Flawless. It’s like his very bones are possessed by the spirit of Sasha Fierce herself and his hips possess the Illuminati’s deepest secrets. Even Jay Z is like, “Damn Bey, did you get a haircut or something? You look different but your body moves the same.” [via Buzzfeed]
Last week, we introduced you to the adorable Heaven, the then two-year-old who slayed the choreography to Beyonce’s “Countdown” alongside her mom Tianne in a video posted to YouTube. Yesterday, Heaven and Tianne appeared on “Ellen” and showed off their sweet moves. Is it just me, or has Heaven gotten even better? Well, she is three now. “I am a dancer!” she says. Yes you are, girl!
Jigga what? The Brooklyn-born rapper-turned-multimedia mogul, looking characteristically cleaned-up in a stark white suit, will line November newsstands on the cover of Vanity Fair. Jay Z has always given good interview, but a VF cover story is another matter entirely … and if the excerpts from the piece are any indication, Young Hov delivers. The conversation runs the gamut from his years spent slinging drugs as a Bed-Stuy teenager (and the surprising way in which that experience serves to benefit him now), wooing Beyoncé, the Blue Ivy surrogacy rumors, and, perhaps most importantly of all, whether Blue prefers his music or Bey’s. Some quotes from the interview, after the jump! Keep reading »
Does Beyoncé need a new backup dancer? Because this little girl and her mom, Tianne King, who live near Atlanta, are available! King is a dance teacher who has taught her moves to her adorable two-year-old daughter. This video of them dancing together to Beyoncé’s “End Of Time” is nothing short of amazing. It’s incredible this little girl can not only remember all those moves but also have the stamina to do them during a nearly-four minute song. [YouTube]
Yesterday, Jessica told you about how Jay Z and Beyonce fired their bodyguard, Norman Oosterbroek, because he has been caught “using the family’s passports in a lewd act” while in the company of a hooker. (Oosterbroek passed away earlier this month after being Tasered by police.) The lewd act in question has not been detailed in the mainstream press, but I had my suspicions. “Did he shove them up his butt?” I asked Jessica. “I don’t know,” she replied. “Maybe the hooker rubbed one of them on her vagina,” I continued to hypothesize aloud. Well, it turns out this incident may have been written about months ago in a blind item for the gossip site Crazy Days And Nights. Back in February, CDAN posted a tip, which described Oosterbroek masturbating not just to Beyonce’s passport photo, but Blue Ivy’s as well: Keep reading »
It’s so hard to find good help these days! Beyoncé and Jay-Z had to fire former bodyguard Norman Oosterbroek last year, after he hired a sex worker while traveling with the family in Las Vegas and filmed himself “using the family’s passports in a lewd act.” Keep reading »
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 »