Back by popular demand, the ladies over at Philly Dance Fitness are putting on another Bootylicious Beyoncé Twerkshop. I know, that sounds like something that I made up, but it is real and it is happening — on Saturday, November 14th, to be exact. Read more »
He’s got 99 problems, and apparently getting an on-stage seat for his wife’s Made in America concert was one.
It looks like Jay Z took matters into his own hands at this past Saturday’s Made in America bash by joining the massive crowd gathered along the Parkway to see Beyonce perform live. He’s seen here jamming out to the Queen wearing a gray hoodie next to Nick Jonas, of all people.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a huge Made in America rock, you most likely know that Beyonce herself made audiences “bow down” during Saturday night’s Made in America festivities. The Queen herself posted some amazing shots on her Instagram account of her Philly appearance, and, of course, so did her loyal fans. We rounded up ten of our favorite booylicious posts that show Beyonce in action in front of our iconic Art Museum.
@Beyonce #MadeinAmerica . #KimKardashian #Beyonce #NorthWest #BlueIvy #beyonce #beyonceknowles #beyonceknowlescarter #knowles #mrscarter #queenyonce #kingbey #blueivycarter #jayz #jayonce #thecarters #look #love #solangeknowles #tinaknowles #sisters #hot #sexy #diva #rebel #loyal #beautiful #beauty A photo posted by Beyonce Perfection (@thebeyoncesworld) on
- How Beyonce’s cover of Vogue, though stunning, missed the opportunity to give us something insightful and magical by simply relying on the strong, sexy image of Queen Bey we always see. [Washington Post]
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- Check out the $36 espadrilles celebrities are obsessed with right now. [Huffington Post]
Yes, if you click your heels three times and sing, “Flawless,” Beyoncé might play Glinda in the upcoming live television production of the hit musical The Wiz. Read more »
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- New York Fashion Week’s brand new blue-and-orange logo isn’t getting the best reviews. The design, created by the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America), is being compared to the FedEx symbol, the New York Knicks logo and the Syracuse University mascot. Yikes. [Refinery29]