The 'Glee' star and the 'Twilight' heartthrob joined celebrities, including Minka Kelly, Chris Evans, Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, who packed L.A.'s Staples Center on July 1.
Beyonce Knowles rocked the Los Angeles' Staples Center for her "Mrs. Carter World Tour" on Monday night, July 1. Lea Michele, Robert Pattinson, Minka Kelly, Chris Evans and other famous faces were spotted standing among thousands who were convened at the venue.
Michele joined her "Glee" co-stars including Naya Rivera, Heather Morris and Kevin McHale. "What an inspiring night!!! #Beyonce is literally a superhero!!!! Best night ever!!! #mrscarterlosangeles," Michele tweeted after the show.
Rivera and beau Big Sean were seen engaged in some serious PDA. Sean later took to vine to post a video of Knowles' performance and captioned it, "Sky box watching beyonce sing to clique... Cool S**t."
Rivera and Sean weren't the only couple at the show. Kelly and Evans, who recently rekindled their romance, also enjoyed the night. Brittany Snow and boyfriend Tyler Hoechlin were seen alongside Seth Rogen, Jason Alexander and Derek Hough.
Pattinson was another A-lister who attended the star-studded concert. The star sported a backwards baseball cap, jeans, boots, and a vintage MTV varsity jacket.
Sitting in the front row, Kourtney Kardashian and sister Kendall Jenner also enjoyed singing along with Knowles and taking some snaps of her. Kardashian shared the photo of Knowles singing to the crowd on Instagram. "Young B! #bestseats #bestnight," she captioned it.
Jenner took to social media to share her excitement. "Excuse me but Beyonce is perfection," Jenner tweeted after the show.
Actress Jessica Alba also enjoyed the show with a group of friends. Following the concert, she tweeted, "Lovin #mrscarter #queenbee #Beyonce."
Knowles' "Mrs. Carter World Tour" was originally set to wrap up in Brooklyn next August. However, last month she announced that she had added shows in Mexico, Puerto Rico, Brazil and Venezuela before heading back to the U.S. and close the tour in Boston on December 20.