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Lending her vocal talents to a longtime pal, Beyonce Knowles is featured on a snippet The-Dream’s latest single “Turnt,” which was released on Tuesday (May 14).
This isn’t the first time the 31-year-old songstress has collaborated with the artist, the two paired up together back in 2009 as well when he wrote her hit “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It).”
Also featured on the tune, which will make its official, full debut on May 28, is the rapper 2 Chainz.
Check out a preview of “Turnt” in the player below!
Kicking off concert season with a spectacular performance, Beyoncé began her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour at the LG Arena In Birmingham, England on Friday (April 26).
The “Run the World” singer lit up the stage in a variety of costumes that ranged from gowns and leather to fun prints, but mostly just showed off her gorgeous gams.
We CANNOT get enough of this!
And now, we can to enjoy all of its regal, Elizabethan-era FEROCITY all over again…from a slightly new angle!
We’ve already seen the trailer for Beyoncé’s upcoming Mrs. Carter Show world tour, which promoted the dates for her stop at London’s O2 arena and features …
She seems to have an endless supply of creative energy, and Beyoncé Knowles has just given her loyal fans a little appetizer of one of her new hits.
The “Bootylicious” babe released a six-second clip of “Grown Woman,” ahead of her new album and upcoming world tour.
Additionally, Beyonce stars in a fresh commercial for Pepsi Max called “Mirrors” in which she takes a look at her various alter egos and wardrobe choices over the years.
“I had so much fun collaborating on this campaign with Pepsi. I got to re-live some of my favorite past characters and looks. It was the first time I saw those costumes in years and it was very emotional.”
She added, “I’m proud of those moments and they all connect in some way and have helped me evolve into who I am today.”
Find Out More: www.oceanavenuedelfrin.com Find Me on Facebook www.facebook.com For some, Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show was to be the Big Game’s finest moment. But for all who tuned in to see the singer perform, it’s clear she brought her A game. Beyonce worked through a medley of her hits, including “Love on Top,” “Crazy in Love,” “End of Time,” and “Baby Boy” before she was joined by Destiny’s Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland. The trio started with “Bootylicious” and worked through “Independent Woman” before collaborating on “Single Ladies,” which is a Beyonce song. Rowland and Williams then left the stage, leaving Beyonce to perform “Halo” solo. The show featured plenty of fire, ice and smoke, with Beyonce appearing on a rising platform. She was clad in an all-black ensemble with heels and a leather-like get-up. Early in the set, she threw her jacket into the audience. At some point, she used a screen that recalled her 2011 Billboard Music Awards performance. Before the game started, Jennifer Hudson and a chorus of children from Sandy Hook Elementary School sang “America the Beautiful.” Alicia Keys then performed the national anthem while seated at a piano. Last year, Madonna headlined the show. She was joined by Nicki Minaj, MIA and LMFAO. The show was perhaps most notable for MIA’s decision to give the middle finger to the camera, and the 114 million people who were watching at home. Given its massive viewership (3 million more people watched …
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With a unique combination of live Beyoncé performances, found Beyoncé footage, and talking Beyoncé heads, director Beyoncé takes a serious look at the close subject of being Beyoncé in Life Is But a Dream, a feature-length Beyoncé documentary heading to HBO next month. Here’s the trailer, in which Beyoncé reveals her ambitions, her fears, her baby bump, but nothing about what it was like to work with Steve Martin and Jean Reno on The Pink Panther. Some things must remain private.
The weight of all the single ladies is clearly quite a burden to bear. Find out exactly how much so on February 16th.
Clint Eastwood still hasn’t been able to find a male lead for his A Star Is Born remake, and now both star Beyoncé and any and all references to how he “shoulda put a ring on it” have been lost on the director as well.
Though Beyoncé was long-attached to the project, Variety reports the singer-cum-actress has now dropped out of plans to play the talented young ingenue role–last played by Barbra Streisand in 1976′s A Star Is Born remake–due to scheduling issues. Or rather, a lack of scheduling to have issues with: the forever-delayed project still doesn’t have a shoot date, nor an actor to play the drunken mentor role, and having Eastwood’s face staring out of the Beyoncé calendar as a permanent question mark just became too much to handle.
The director is said to be interested in jazz musician Esperanza Spaulding now taking over the part, but he apparently won’t be offering it to her or anyone else until he finds the male co-star–which, as we’ve been following, hasn’t been going so well, with Tom Cruise, Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith, Christian Bale, Jon Hamm, Robert Downey Jr., Russell Crowe, and even Eminem all once rumored to have been offered or considered for the part, to no avail. Eastwood is definitely scowling about this right now.
During the final show of the “99 Problems” rapper’s opening run, his equally famous wife came onstage to perform her song “Diva” before Jay joined her for “Crazy in Love” and “Young Forever.”
However, the 42-year-old hip-hop star may have been a little star struck himself, as he popped on stage late for his verse in “Crazy in Love.” He was heard exclaiming, “Oh sh– I should probably rap here” before hurrying on stage.
At the end of the set, Jay said of his wife (née Knowles) and mother of daughter Blue Ivy, “Of course I had to let BK touch the stage in BK– well BKC now.”
Watch the video of the performance below.
Debuting a new video performance put together in the name of charity, Beyoncé Knowles unveiled her World Humanitarian Day donated effort “I Was Here” on Saturday (August 18) as promised.
Having been pre-taped last Friday (August 10), the 30-year-old singer looked stunning in a sparkling white gown as she belted out the track in front of a live audience at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in New York City.
Co-directed by Kenzo Digital and Sophie Muller under the production of Scott Robinson, the concert-based clip comes in conjunction with Beyoncé and “I Was Here” songwriter Diane Warren having bestowed their musical work and the proceeds it generates to World Humanitarian Day efforts as a way to honor the victims of the horrific 2003 bombing in Baghdad.
Previously telling the UN assembly that it’s just one small effort to show she cares, Knowles passionately declared, “We all see the headlines and think, ‘What can I really do to help?’ World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity for all of us to work together to make a difference.”