Buffy the Beyonce Biter? Sarah Michelle Gellar has jokingly claimed responsibility for one of the biggest mysteries of our time – who bit Beyonce?
After Tiffany Haddish revealed that she saw an actress bite Beyonce on the face the first night they met, the search has been on for who the mystery woman was. On Tuesday, Gellar, 40, took to Instagram to take the blame for the biting.
"All right, I admit it. It was me. #TheBiter," she captioned two shots from her Buffy the Vampire Slayer days, sporting vampire fangs.
Though Buff is obviously in charge of staking the vamps (for any confusion, see the show's title), in a season one episode, "Nightmares," she turns into a vampire herself as she lives out one of her biggest fears.
Gellar isn't the first celeb to get in on the fun of Bey's mystery biter. American Crime Story creator Ryan Murphy took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the new season of his hit show – American Crime Story: Who Bit Beyonce?
Several stars have publicly denied biting Beyonce, including Sara Foster and Sanaa Lathan. Chrissy Teigen confirmed there was a bite, but has kept tight-lipped about who sunk their teeth into Queen Bey.
"The problem is, I love everybody involved, so, I'm like, zip," she explained.
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