Zoe Saldana has moved passed the point of placating naysayers who criticized her appearance in Nina Simone’s biopic, a film that was not met favorably by critics. Now she wants to hit pause and remind us that she is black, and no one can tell her she’s not, no matter how long their think piece is.
DJ Khaled, King of Posi Vibes and Also Snapchat, was so moved by his time opening for Beyoncé during the North American portion of her “Formation” tour that he wrote her a beautiful, emoji-filled thank you note. It was, of course, posted to Instagram.
Before the concert began, as the stage was being set, I stood up from my floor seat to take the second Snapchat of life. Someone to my left yelled, “No pictures!”
Bey took advantage of the temperate weather in New York today in an impeccable, easy look that proved that one does not have to sacrifice style to be comfortable, and that the dreaded athleisure is not the only avenue to cozy dressing.
I knew this was coming. I had read about it before I got there: Beyoncé and a vertical line of barefoot dancers glide across a conveyor-belt runway and position themselves in a basin of water on a secondary stage—this time at Citi Field on Wednesday, the second night of Beyoncé’s Formation Tour in New York—and proceed…
The woman rumored to have inspired “Becky With the Good Hair” from Lemonade, Rachel Roy, reportedly “grabbed her place card” and ran the hell out of the CFDA Awards earlier this week after discovering Beyoncé Knowles was on her way in.
The red carpet on fashion’s biggest night out is always packed to the gills, and last night’s CFDA awards were no exception—ev-er-y-one was there, from Beyoncé to my dreaded Elgort to Elon Musk’s glamorous mom.
The New Yorker’s theater critic, Hilton Als, published a review of Beyoncé’s Formation album and tour this week titled “Beywatch.” “The truth is I wasn’t much interested in her,” he writes late in the piece, “until her sister, Solange Knowles, was caught on camera beating Jay Z’s ass in a hotel elevator in 2014.”
Jay Z has yet to respond to Beyoncé’s real-fictional cheating accusations on Lemonade, but he did say the word in a song.
Last week, an Instagram post emerged highlighting the similarities between a dance routine from Beyoncé’s Formation Tour and the work of artist Alexander Ekman. Those familiar with Beyoncé will remember that this is far from the first time the Lemonade singer has been accused of heavily borrowing, if we’re being…
A new investigative piece by British tabloid The Sun reveals that the workers manufacturing Beyonce’s new athletic line Ivy Park work up to 60 hours a week and earn $6.17 per day.
Beyoncé’s liberating anthem “Formation” makes you want to scream atop your lungs in public places: “When he fuck me good, I take his ass to Red Lobster!!!” Just like this one man did. But then you might get arrested.
Alicia Keys did a duet with Beyoncé for Element of Freedom in 2009. Stills of a big budget video shot in Brazil appeared online, but the video never did.
There are so many endearing details in this video it was hard to focus on one thing.
Remember when all we as a nation cared about was figuring out the identity of “Becky With the Good Hair,” and thousands of Beyhive members confused designer (and suspected “Becky”) Rachel Roy with celebrity cook (and non-“Becky”) Rachael Ray? You know, the good old days before Blac Chyna announced her pregnancy and…
Less than 24 hours after Beyoncé premiered her visual album Lemonade on HBO, a conversation that initially centered on the project’s artistic depth quickly turned into a swarm of gossip. On the night of its release, fashion designer Rachel Roy made the mistake of recycling a line in the track “Sorry” (where Beyoncé…
Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s self-congratulatory newsletter and lifestyle brand for rich healthies, will release its first sex issue on May 9. So, sorry brand new white bed spread, because you’re about to have about a gallon of pomegranate juice sanctimoniously sprayed all over you, I bet.
Those of you celebrating Mother’s Day this weekend are probably spending today finalizing plans for a delightful Sunday brunch, crossing your fingers in the hopes that your card arrives on time, or setting a reminder on your phone so that you don’t forget to call.
It’s been done—the dad spotted casually reading at Raleigh’s Beyoncé concert has been identified and interviewed. We know his name, we know the book he brought, we know what kind of music he likes more than Beyoncé’s.