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Serena Williams co-starred with Beyoncé in "Lemonade."

Now, she rocks it solo in a"Lemon."

Serena: I Absolutely Want More Grand Slams

The new mom dances to the N.E.R.D. track "Lemon" in new Vogue video, released in support of Serena and daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian gracing the cover of this month's Vogue Magazine

The video was shot at the Palm Beach International Airport co-starring some real-life air traffic controllers—and huge Serena fans—with choreography created by Serena.

The 23-time Grand Slam champion is a major player when it comes to choreography.

Remember Serena and crew gave us their version of Bey-Day with an energetic version of "7/11".

Since it's March 15th, 205 release, that video has racked up more than 4 million YouTube views.

Perhaps Serena has a future as a recording artist/choreographer when her playing days are done.

Hall of Famer Billie Jean King, who worked with the Williams sisters during her days as U.S. Fed Cup and Olympic captain, believes Serena has a higher calling after tennis.

King told Vogue she envisions Williams becoming a political power player after tennis.

"I’ve been telling people that I think Serena, with her prowess and her platform, can do more than I ever dreamed of—not just for women or for people of color but for all people," King told Vogue. "I’ve been trying to figure out who I’m going to pass the torch to. Serena’s speaking like a leader and talking about making a difference in the world. Personally I’d like to see her get into politics. Why not run for president? But first I’d like to see her break every record—to be the big kahuna."

Is King, who was awarded the 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom award from then President Barrack Obama, hinting at a future Oprah-Serena ticket?

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