Beyoncé is suing a clothing company called Feyoncé, Inc. over copyright infringement. The singer says the defendants have ignored her requests to halt sales of their products, and that Feyoncé, Inc. is causing Beyoncé, Inc. “irreparable harm.”
After two months, my copy of Rebecca Traister’s new book is already dog-eared, wine-stained, and train-battered. All the Single Ladies is essential, careful, bold, and rigorous; it’s a warning and a celebration, and I loved it. Traister and I talked on the phone last week.
As a dude, I'm biased, but I love the bouquet toss at weddings. Not only because I'm usually so drunk I can't feel my teeth, but also because it's the only game you can win (existentially speaking, anyhow). For many women, however, the bouquet toss is a matter of being coerced, once again, into playing a game which…
As celebrity goes, you can't get much bigger than Beyoncé or the Obamas. So it stands to reason that when the Obamas attend a Beyoncé concert, minds are blown.
She's back! Nina Millin is back with more of her karaoke disaster-turned-YouTube hit, The Beyoncélogues.
On Tuesday, you can see Beyoncé’s iconic performance ensembles up close and personal — if you can spring for a ticket to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. The museum announced a new display of the singer’s outfits from her 2013 SuperBowl performance as well as videos like “Crazy In Love” and “Single Ladies."
Single women in New York City are getting their Peggy Olsen on and buying apartments of their own instead of waiting for that tired "marriage and picket fence fantasy" to come true.
Today on Fox's Outnumbered, the panelists discussing how Hillary is using the SCOTUS Hobby Lobby decision to finagle her way into the White House identified a new demographic: the Beyoncé Voters. After brushing off the SCOTUS decision because contraception is not in the constitution (hm), Host Jessie Waters's dropped
Are you a good karaoke singer? Are you good at singing Beyoncé karaoke songs specifically? Does your voice translate well over the phone? Well, it’s your lucky day! A kind Beyhive member is giving away their treasured, signed 2012 Beyonce concert poster for free. What’s the catch you ask?
Sometimes shows should be cancelled because they’re bad and VH1’s previously-defunct Single Ladies is just that. Unfortunately, when crappy shows have a built-in audience of more than 2.6 million viewers, some lazy network will dredge them up if only to sell more suspect Dove products against LisaRaye’s attempts at…
You want to believe that if you’re a good girl, the world will deliver unto you the Perfect Guy. That Fate or God is the ultimate matchmaker, pulling the strings of your life to make shit happen. “We’re soul mates!” is the rallying cry of emotional pygmies.
What is it about the unmarrieds these days, and particularly unwed women pining for wedding-like fêtes of their own?
There is only one — yes, one currently-running hour-long scripted network TV show starring a black woman: Scandal. But VH1's Single Ladies has a predominantly black female cast, and with an average of 3.1 million total viewers, VH1 is looking to hang on to that audience: The network has just announced it's…
There's been a lot of ink spilt over the issue of female singleness recently — but who are we really talking about when we talk about single ladies? And who's getting left out of the equation?
The first episode of Single Ladies did not impress me. it seemed like all the characters did was drink champagne and change clothes. I watched the second episode not expecting things to get better. Then the third. Then the fourth. Then I suggested my mom watch, and then I realized: I was hooked. The show had grown…
The new VH1 "romantic comedy series" Single Ladies premiered last night, immediately following Basketball Wives. The juxtaposition of these two shows says a lot about what VH1 is trying to do, and whom the network is trying to reach. Black women, come get your entertainment! But while Basketball Wives is a reality…
With so many season finales airing this week, you might think that Americans turn off their TV sets after Memorial Day weekend and only turn it back on again in September. But this is America! All we care about is TV (and food)! Here are some of the new shows—and returning favorites—that will make lying in…
Not exactly, anyway. From the looks of the new trailer, while love, sex and relationships are definitely the focus, no one will be staring wistfully out of a window while musing at a laptop. Instead, someone snipes: "Bitches got drama!"