Camilla Luddington and fellow "Grey's Anatomy" stars Ellen Pompeo and Debbie Allen got in formation on Friday for an adorable tribute to Beyoncé.

Luddington is pregnant (and her "Grey's" character Jo Wilson may or may not be pregnant as well), and we all know that Queen Bey is pregnant right now, too. So Pompeo (Meredith Grey) pressured the reluctant Luddington to recreate Bey's now iconic pose in a video directed by Allen (Catherine Avery).

The stars all captioned versions of the shoot on Instagram:

Arguing over whether this is really necessary..... @ellenpompeo

A photo posted by Camilla Luddington (@camillaluddington) on

Our tribute to Beyoncé ?? @beyonce @ellenpompeo @hairtheshaway @greysabc #greysanatomy #beyonce

A video posted by Debbie Allen (@therealdebbieallen) on

RG. When @ellenpompeo goes rogue directing... ????????

A video posted by Camilla Luddington (@camillaluddington) on

Someday, that baby is going to be able to look back on this and laugh ... or be so embarrassed about her crazy mom.

We know that's a "her" in there, since the 33-year-old "Grey's" actress also just revealed that she and her boyfriend Matthew Alan are expecting a girl. Here's what she wrote on Instagram just before the Bey photo and video:

"I am so excited to announce today that I am having a... girl! ?? I want her to grow up knowing how strong women are ??. To be a little warrior who is not afraid to use her voice and stand up for what she believes is right. To navigate through life with courage and kindness, and to be one of the girls who says "you CAN sit with us..". Special shoutout to #crystaldynamics for sending me her first #tombraider onesie."

Congrats! "Grey's Anatomy" fans are still trying to sort through what's happening with Jo and Alex, but after the midseason premiere, many fans suspect Jo is carring Alex's baby. We'll see if that's the case as Season 13 continues Thursdays at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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Grey's Anatomy
ABCTV14March 27, 2005
Based on 11 critics

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