It seems as if Beyonce can do no wrong -- after all, she just blew up the Internet and shattered records with the release of her self-titled, visual album, 'Beyonce.' But Queen Bey's latest effort is also kicking up some controversy, with one song referencing Tina Turner's abuse and another sampling audio from the Challenger explosion.
As if she didn't take our breaths away enough already by dropping an entire album in the middle of the night with no advance notice and while we were sleeping. Beyonce further knocked the wind out of us today (Dec. 13) with a sexy, smoldering image.
Here's some Beyonce math for you: 14 new songs + 17 new videos = millions of tweets! The release of her new album was a huuuuuge surprise today (Dec. 13), but the Internet's epic reaction to it? No surprise at all!
Well, you can stop wondering when Beyonce's new album will be available, because she released it late Thursday night! The release shocked fans and the music world at the same time, leaving everyone wondering how she kept it all under wraps.
On Monday night I had the pleasure of traveling to Dallas to experience my first Beyonce concert. The opening act, Luke James, gave an energetic performance that perfectly prepped the audience for Mrs. Carter's arrival.
Beyonce is almost as famous for her classy and gracious nature as she is for her powerhouse pipes and killer dance moves, so we're taking this news with a grain of salt -- or sand, as it were. Could Beyonce really be banned from the pyramids in Egypt ... due to rudeness?
OneRepublic frontman penned a little old song called 'Halo' for Beyonce, which became one of her signature songs and earned a Grammy. And now he thinks they've actually topped that with a new track -- that's a combination of 'Halo' and 'Single Ladies.' To quote the Queen herself, "I don't think they can handle this."
There's a reason Beyonce is the Queen Bey: She's not only the most talented singer, dancer and performer in the game, but she's also the classiest and one of the most compassionate superstars on the planet. She proved it once more this week in Perth, Australia, where she sang with a legally blind concert goer named Sophie Kotkis and pretty much made her life.
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