On Monday, Beyoncé, Jay Z and Rachel Roy were in the same place at the same time for the first time publicly since "Lemonade" and, miraculously, the world did not implode.
Queen Bey was honored with the Fashion Icon award at the 2016 CFDA Awards where Jay Z and the designer Roy were also in attendance.
Roy is rumored to be the "Becky with the good hair" referenced in Beyonce's "Sorry," a song that seemingly alludes to her husband's infidelity. Roy denies the accusations that she is "Becky" -- but, for what it's worth, her hair looked damn good last night.
As far as we know, lemonade was not served at the CFDA Awards. There was no car-smashing or fighting in elevators. (Side note: it's also rumored that the couple's Met Gala elevator incident in 2014 was about Roy.)
Everyone kept their cool, although Roy kept a particularly low profile, according to Us Weekly. A source told the magazine that she was one of the only celebrities who didn't walk the red carpet.
All eyes were on the trio, but it appears the night was free of drama -- even as Beyoncé accepted the her award from Diane Von Furstenberg.
As she sings in "Best Thing I Never Had": "You don't deserve my tears / I guess that's why they ain't there."