Kylie Jenner held her annual Friendsgiving celebration over the weekend. As you would expect, the guestlist for the intimate dinner was super exclusive, but this year one name in particular caused heads to turn: Beyoncé.

From Jenner's Instagram stories, it looks like about 14 people were in attendance. Each person on the table had their own place setting, but the name tags are where things became a guessing-game. For example, the card for "Daddy Long Legs" was actually for Kendall Jenner. "1942" was for Kylie's friend Anastasia Karanikolao (a reference to the tequila brand, Don Julio), while "600 Mill" was reserved for Kylie herself — a nod to the sale of Kylie Cosmetics, which Coty, Inc bought for $600 million earlier this month.

Eagle-eyed fans, however, spotted a card with Beyoncé's name, and speculation grew from there. At first, some thought it was for the actual singer, but given the place cards' playful nature, it's now safe to assume that Beyoncé wasn't on the guestlist.

In terms of feasting, Jenner's Friendsgiving menu included Thanksgiving classics such as mac and cheese, green bean casserole, candied yams, turkey and stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, and corn muffins, as well as cheese and grapes plates. Take a look at Kylie Jenner's Friendsgiving meal and her hilarious place cards below.

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