Beyoncé, lovingly called Queen Bey by her legions of fans, just turned 35 years old on Sept. 4.

She celebrated with a Soul Train-themed birthday bash in New York City, which she shared with her best friends and husband Jay-Z, according to Us Weekly.

Even though Beyoncé’s fans couldn’t physically be with her to celebrate her birthday, that did not stop them from showering the “Lemonade” singer with loving well-wishes on social media.

Grateful for their greetings, Beyoncé posted a video on her Instagram account (@beyonce) of a hilarious photo compilation of her shaking to the beat of Young M.A’s song “OOOUUU.” Queen Bey could be seen wearing a gorgeous white dress with green leaf prints as she sports black glasses in the clip. Her hair is tied up to a ponytail and she accessorized the outfit with a pink sling bag and matching pink and green strappy heels.

“I just want to say thank you to everyone for all the beautiful and thoughtful birthday wishes. I am so fortunate to have the love and support of my family, my friends, and my hive,” she captioned the video.

“We've grown up together and you guys continue to inspire and motivate me everyday. I'm so grateful for every challenge, every smile, every tear, every discovery, every sacrifice, every triumph, every stretch mark, every kiss, every scar. I strive to make you proud. I love YOOOUUUU!!! _B,” she continued.

Earlier, Beyoncé was forced to postpone her concert at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, that was scheduled on Wednesday after her doctor imposed a strict vocal rest for the singer, according to ABC News. The tickets for the original show will still be honored during the rescheduled performance, but they have also provided a refund for those who wish to give up the tickets. The singer’s Formation World Tour will resume this coming Saturday in St. Louis. Beyoncé Beyoncé just celebrated her 35th birthday. Here, the singer attended Serena Williams' second round victory over Vania King from Serena's player box at Arthur Ashe Stadium on day 4 of the 2016 US Open at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center on Sept. 1, 2016 in the Queens borough of New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Jean Catuffe