UCLA gymnast Nia Dennis stunned the crowd -- then the nation -- with her "Black Excellence" floor routine, which included a stepping tribute to her dad and shoutout to Los Angeles.

Her performance was so powerful -- judges gave her a score of 9.95 out of 10 -- that notables, including former first lady Michelle Obama and Olympian Simone Biles, are still marveling at it.

Dennis, a senior, led the Bruins to victory in their season-opener against Arizona State -- 196.150 to 195.950 -- and a video of her flawless moves went viral.

Obama, Biles and a host of other celebs love how Dennis expressed her pride of being African American. Her routine music included clips from Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce, Missy Elliot, Soulja Boy, Tupac Shakur and Megan Thee Stallion, CNN reported.

"This routine definitely reflects everything that I am today as a woman and of course I had to incorporate a lot of parts of my culture," the 21-year-old Ohio native told the Los Angeles Daily News.

Obama tweeted out the video with the caption: “Now that’s what I call fierce! You’re a star, @DennisNia.”

Dennis replied to her tweet, showing deep appreciated for the high compliment.

Others who congratulated Dennis were Kerry Washington, Janet Jackson, Common, Biles, the BET Network and more.

The original video released by UCLA Gymnastics has had over 9 million views since Saturday's meet.

Last year, Dennis went viral with a Beyonce-inspired floor routine, which drew the attention of Alicia Keys and now-Vice President Kamala Harris.

Nia Dennis has received praise for her "Black Excellence" floor routine on Saturday, Jan. 24.
Nia Dennis performs the floor exercise during UCLA Gymnastics Meet the Bruins intrasquad event on Dec. 14, 2019 in Los Angeles. Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images