Beyoncé, you better watch out because you’ve got some serious competition from a rising star.

Meet Chico, a 9-year-old yellow-crowned Amazon parrot who resides in the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in Friskney, England. The bird recently went viral after he perfectly sang the star’s 2008 hit song “If I Were a Boy” by Beyoncé.

Chico’s performance was caught on video which was shared on the wildlife’s park Facebook and Instagram pages. The parrot is sitting in his cage while he’s singing the pitch-perfect vocals to the song’s opening lines.


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Visitors at the park, who witnessed Chico’s performance can be heard laughing in the background of the video.

“Chico sings #Beyoncé classic #lincswildlife,” the park captioned the footage of Chico’s singing performance on Instagram.

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The wildlife park also captured Chico continuing to sing loudly Beyonce’s tune in a second video, while the other fellow caged animal friends can be heard croaking and chirping nearby. “More singing from #chicoparrot #thismorning,” the park captioned the video.

Julie Gregory, Chico’s previous owner, said that social media users recommended that the talented parrot should also perform Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face,” Katy Perry’s “Firework,”  and Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy.”


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A spokesperson of the park released a statement to the U.K. Boston Standard, in which it was mentioned that Chico is a wonderful parrot and can get along with both people and birds at the sanctuary.

The spokesperson also mentioned that the parrot has resided at the park for more than 18 months and without a doubt, he’s one of the star attractions. “Only being nine-years-old means he has many years of entertaining in front of him and who knows, Simon Cowell may have started X-Factor for animals by then!”

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