When will you people learn? Never touch the Beyonce! The Beyonce will just keep on singing! Last night, at a show in Sao Paolo, Brazil, a (shirtless!) fan lost control of their sense of boundaries and pulled Queen Bey off the stage. Security reacted quickly and Beyonce assured the crowd that “everything is okay” and even shook the aggressive fan’s hand, saying, ”Thank you. I love you, too.” [Mashable]
He wants that old thing back but Beyonce will always be the best thing he never had!
A man named Lyndell Locke claims to be Bey’s first boyfriend, and according to a recent interview with The Sun, he says “she’d still be mine if I hadn’t cheated on her.”
Along with telling the paper that they dated for nine years, the Houston chef said the singer refused to have sex until she was married and his decision to sleep with other women is “something that’ll always haunt” him. Read more at Hello Beautiful…
I spent Labor Day weekend sweatily pressed shoulder-to-shoulder with 60,000 other people in Philadelphia at the Made in America Festival. I was there for Beyonce only. Everyone else was there for Deadmau5, Phoenix, and a slew of other bands that I care very little about. I had a goal: to see if Festival Beyonce is the same as Stadium Beyonce, and to figure out what, if any, cracks there are in her seamless exterior. (Also, I saw Haim, and learned to love the center part.) Here are some assorted thoughts and lessons learned from my trip to Made in America. Keep reading »
Beyonce spent the weekend entertaining fans — including our girl Megan — at hubby Jay Z’s Made In America Festival in Philadelphia, then immediately jetted off to Ibiza for a little rest and relaxation. Here she is boarding a yacht with baby Blue Ivy, wearing what I assume is the bottom half of her performing outfit. Girl, get yourself some Havaianas! [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
The universe has smiled upon me and given me not one, but two chances to see Beyonce, Queen of The World, Light of My Life this summer. When I had the opportunity to see her in Brooklyn with Amelia earlier this month, I took it. “That’s cool,” I thought. “A once in a lifetime opportunity to see Bey and find proof of whether or not she’s actually human!” Sometimes life works in mysterious little ways that I will never understand. In a remarkable turn of events, I’m headed to the Made In America festival, curated by none other than Mr. Beyonce himself, Jay Z, with Beyonce Giselle Knowles headlining tonight!
Starting at 2 p.m. today, you can check out the video above to view a livestream from the festival, featuring performances from what is basically my summer jams playlist: Beyonce, Haim, 2 Chainz, Solange, A$AP Rokcy, Kendrick Lamar, Phoenix, Emeli Sandé, and a whole slew of others. If I am not raptured a second time under the spell of Beyonce’s ever-changing hair and flawless everything, I’ll be tweeting over at @TheFrisky and posting pics of whatever strikes my fancy, including but not limited to festival fashion and Blue Ivy. Join me!
Beyonce’s life has been a bit of a Cinderella story, so it’s not surprising that her songs provide the perfect soundtrack to the classic fairy tale. In the amazing video above, from former “American Idol” contestant Todrick Hall, Cinderonce’s “Diva”-esque fairy drag-mother takes her from scrubbing floors to rocking her best “Freakum Dress” at the ball. [YouTube]