On Thursday evening, Beyoncé posted to Instagram a remix of J Balvin and Willy William’s hit single “Mi Gente,” her first new material since giving birth to twins in June. The singer pledged all profits garnered from sales of the new track to hurricane and earthquake relief efforts in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and the…
For some reason everyone’s celebrating the 16th anniversary of the movie Josie and the Pussycats; the cast united for a reunion earlier this week in Los Angeles, and its soundtrack is being reissued. With all this revisitation comes some surprising new information about who originally auditioned for the 2001 cult…
If your idea of good Sunday escapism is living vicariously through the extravagant wealth of others, then please, turn your attention to these photos of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s newly purchased $26 million home in East Hampton.
Back in February the family of New Orleans artist Anthony Barre, known for his performances and videos as “Messy Mya,” filed a lawsuit for $20 million against Beyoncé for using audio clips of Barre’s videos in her song “Formation.”
Beyoncé’s Lemonade was finally released on vinyl this month, but a perfect mixup at the record factory (right?) means that several songs on the first side of the album aren’t Beyoncé at all, but a Canadian punk band called Zex. This is great.
Rihanna’s third annual Diamond Ball hit New York last night, and aside from benefiting a good cause—her charitable Clara Lionel Foundation—it also played host to American royalty. Which is to say: Beyoncé, Cardi B, and Rihanna herself.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Joseph Kahn, who directed Taylor Swift’s vindictive music video for “Look What You Made Me Do,” continued to defend the star and even seemingly went after Beyoncé for, allegedly, copying Swift:
French filmmaker Michel Gondry, the weirdo behind movies like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Be Kind Rewind, recently mentioned that he had worked on a project with Beyoncé.
Celebrities have been making large donations from their personal funds to aid survivors of Hurricane Harvey in Houston. Now they’re planning to donate their time in a classic multi-network telethon.
Yesterday the world spun, the sun shone, and Beyoncé celebrated her 36th birthday. As a way to say thanks to Beyoncé for being Beyoncé on her born day, Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Obama, and others paid tribute by dressing up like Beyoncé.
Happy Bey Day, everybody!
Country music singer Maren Morris visited DJ Bobby Bones on The Bobby Bones show for #JoyWeek, which commits a week of programming to positivity, whatever that sounds like to you.
Celebrities are stepping up to support Houston, pledging donations as well as promising to work on recovery efforts through their own charities.
Meeting Beyoncé at the Grammys and then casually working on a secret project with her is just a totally normal occurrence in the life of Laverne Cox.
In an interview with Rap Radar, Jay-Z addressed the elevator fight heard ‘round the world for the first time since it occurred—which was way back in 2014. And before you start salivating over the potential for tea, allow me to tell you he didn’t spill a damn thing. Or, at least not anything I was thirsty for.
For those who want Beyoncé in every possible medium, her new coffee table book, How To Make Lemonade, became available for pre-order on Friday. The bad news is that you’ll first need to read an instructional pamphlet on How To Make A Bunch Of Disposable Income, because it’s...$300.
News broke yesterday that Beyoncé went rollerskating. From this event, an unholy homemade music video burst forth onto Instagram:
According to the internet, Audrey Iteriteka, aka the “Beyoncé of Burundi,” is an 18-year-old high school student who can sing Beyoncé like you would not believe. And Snoop Dogg just gave her an emoji rose. Here’s another one! 🌹