Unless you’ve successfully avoided going online for the past two weeks, you know Coachella was dubbed Beychella, after Beyoncé proved herself to be much bigger than the annual Indio, California festival, and more than delivered on her Saturday night headlining slot. You also probably know that Destiny’s Child reunited…
I don’t mean to stir the pot (slash shake the Beyhive), buuuuuuut I noticed something that I think might be fun to point out to a larger group of people than just my friends: On Billboard’s chart ranking the most popular songs of all time (Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Songs), Kelly Rowland appears but her decidedly…
In case you were hoping to one day witness a power wedding between Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy and Kelly Rowland’s son Titan, I’m here to tell you you need to fold that dream up, put it in your pocket and just go ahead and throw the pants away because it ain’t happening. Probably.
Their outfits are pretty good though.
Like TLC before her, Kelly Rowland is planning to create a new girl group in the shadow of her Destiny’s Child fame with a new documentary series on BET called Chasing Destiny.
Beyoncé’s ever-persistent dad and ex-manager Mathew Knowles is holding a workshop for aspiring entertainers who want to learn everything he knows about the making of a superstar. Mathew does know a thing or three (I’m talking about Destiny’s Child) about this particular pursuit.
Beyoncé’s once estranged dad Mathew Knowles is hard at work on several Destiny’s Child-related projects, which no one is talking about except Mathew Knowles.
On the first day of “Politicizing Beyoncé,” a Spring semester course at Rutgers, 32 young women and men sat in their desks, texting behind a Coach bag or catching up on Vlad TV’s rap posts on a laptop. It was February. I was dressed in jeans, Converse, and a giant sweatshirt, going for undergraduate realness, and here…
Angelina Jolie took two of her children, Zahara and Shiloh, to the Teen Choice Awards last night. It was her first public appearance since she announced that she had elected to have preventative ovarian surgery.
Yo, Imma get off Beyonce's jock in a minute, but here's a video of Queen Bey you probably haven't ever seen. Thanks to the internet and Laura Beck (RIP*) over at Cosmo, though, you've got a rare glimpse of what a teen Bey looked like being FEATURED in the 90s.
Mathew Knowles, father of Beyoncé, was reportedly shopping around a Destiny's Child biopic to Sony last year, according to the latest hacked emails. Just like Mathew, that movie would've disappointed us all.
Whitney Houston had a little something to do with Beyoncé's solo career. During an interview promoting her new Oxygen reality show, Fix My Choir, Michelle Williams recalled the time that Destiny's Child first met Whitney and heard her singing the group's classic anthem, "Say My Name."
Attention, America: Aretha Franklin has a new album coming out. It is called Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics (of course) and it will include covers of both Adele and Destiny's Child. And hard on the heels of Bette Midler's album of girl-group covers, no less!
Sony Music's publicity team didn't expect much of Destiny’s Child when they were signed as teenagers. But one woman, Yvette Noel-Schure, their longtime publicist, looked at Beyoncé, Kelly, LaTavia and LaToya and saw the flicker of world domination.
Destiny’s Child is back! Just kidding, but Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland did appear in Michelle Williams’ new video for her gospel song “Say Yes.” You’re welcome.
Trans activist Janet Mock is releasing her book, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More, on February 4 and it is unfortunately not about how to achieve her fantastic hair. Oh, because those curls are glorious.
This Vine that has been making the rounds! It's a snippet from a vintage interview with the then-new group known as Destiny's Child, and when Kelly Rowland calls herself the "second lead vocalist of the group," Beyoncé's reaction is priceless.
So emotional! So moving! Whoever knew that Katy Perry's "California Gurls" was such poetry? Luckily, like a diamond in the rough, the true meaning of KP's ode to the ladies of the Golden State was spotted by comedian/songsmith/Jezebel favorite Eliot Glazer and now we all benefit.
Once Upton a time (last year), a Victoria's Secret model booker said the brand would never deign to hire Kate Upton because her look was "too obvious." For a store that sells boyshorts for 14-year-olds with "I Get Around" written in glitter on the ass, mind you. "We would never use Kate... She’s like a footballer’s…
Kate Middleton is a fan of Keeping Up With The Kardshians now, because Kate Middleton is just like you, if you are an actual princess/duchess with the hair of a Disney princess who poops bars of L'Occitane soap fully wrapped in their artisinal paper.