A felt hat that Beyoncé wore on the “Formation” tour is being sold at auction. I would like to acquire it, even though I am not worthy.
In honor of the one year anniversary of Lemonade, benevolent, pregnant Beyoncé has bestowed upon the world the gift of the Formation Scholars.
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.”
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.
A silly news anchor who criticized Beyoncé’s Black Panther-inspired Super Bowl half-time show earlier this year now claims Beyoncé’s team reached out to request video rights for use in the upcoming Formation tour.
It has been 830 days since Beyoncé released a new album. More than two years have passed since she shocked the world with a surprise drop right after an episode of Scandal ended, proving that she knows her audience very well.
Beyoncé, the biggest pop star in the world, granted Garage Magazine an interview, in which they seemed to ask her a whole lot about nothing, and she gave them a whole ltot of nothing in return.
MSNBC has confirmed with The New York Times that the network and Melissa Harris-Perry have officially parted ways—and one of the main reasons for the break was over Beyoncé’s #BlackLivesMatter-themed music video for “Formation”—the same video made by a non-white person that white people just don’t seem to understand.
If you tuned into Saturday Night Live’s February 13 show last night, you were probably expecting a Kanye performance or two, and maybe Melissa McCarthy reminding us that her penchant for face contortion is the apex of an actual art form. But the decades-old show might have bested last week’s Bernie Sanders cameo (and…
In a world where the subways are allowed to totally stop without warning or explanation, where you can travel 40 minutes to Ikea for a florshmarm end table only to find out they are out of stock, where sometimes there is wifi and sometimes there isn’t—it’s nice to know that Fox News will always, reliably, be Fox News.
In what would have otherwise been a schmaltzy explosion of pedestrian melodic sentiment and electric Lisa Frank-esque blobs, Our Lady Bey rendered the Super Bowl Halftime Show a religious experience. That is, if you ignored most everything that preceded her arrival.
With Queen B scheduled to perform with Coldplay at tomorrow’s Superbowl, it probably shouldn’t be that surprising that she dropped a video earlier today. But since it’s Beyoncé, it’s as surprising as it is thrilling; and, as Noisey points out, it’s her first new song since 2014.