The bees in hive are buzzin about this 90-second clip of the alleged “Grown Woman” video by the Queen B herself, Beyonce. The unedited clip made its way online with Bey shaking her tail feather with long black hair, while dancing in some fierce Tom Ford boots. There are also cameos by Kelly Rowland and Tina Knowles (looking like a queen). Check out the video clip below!! Read More »
Blue Ivy Carter is the perfect meaning of a “love child”. Not only did her dad Jay Z cut the record “Glory,” dedicated to her as soon as she was born, but now her mom, Beyonce, has released one too titled “God Made You Beautiful”. Beyonce released the full version of her tribute to her baby girl last night. “God Made You Beautiful,” hit the internet just days before Life Is But A Dream comes out on DVD on November 25. Listen to the sweet song below. Read More »
Jay Z’s “Made In America” documentary is heading to a theater near you. According to Allhiphop.com, Phase Four Films has obtained distribution rights for the Ron Howard-directed film and will release it in theaters in 2014. The film debuted at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival and was recently shown on Showtime.
“Made In America” revolves around Jay Z as he lays out his vision for the 2012 Budweiser Made in America Festival in Philadelphia. The concert featured everyone from Drake and Run-DMC, to Pearl Jam, Passion Pit and The Hives. Check out some footage from the documentary below. Read More »
According to Page Six, Beyonce expected to be awarded the part evntually given to Anika Noni Rose in “A Princess and the Frog”. The pop diva didn’t want to audition, but expected to be simply granted the part, so needless to say, an offer was not made.
Jen Rudin, whose book “Confessions of a Casting Director” comes out in December, says she was happy to accommodate even the strangest celebrity request when she worked at Walt Disney.
“Beyoncé expected an offer, but wouldn’t audition and so she didn’t get one,” she tells us. “Tyra Banks, Jennifer Hudson wanted it. Alicia Keys auditioned three times . . . They had to sing, so we made it clear they needed sheet music. Tyra came in with a CD, but it didn’t matter because she was so pretty and nice. It went to Anika Noni Rose, who was the most qualified.”
Even at seven years young, Beyonce was a singer with a strong voice. Some old footage of the diva performing, “Home”, has been released. She’s performing at the Sammy Awards, in Houston, giving her own rendition of the song from the 1975 Broadway musical, The Wiz. Looks like Mama Tina Knowles was designing costumes even back then for her babies. Check out the video below. Read More »
The Major League Baseball Players Association is looking into whether Jay Z broke the rules by giving New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano a lavish birthday present. You won’t believe what it was!!! Get the deets below! Read More »
Beyonce is proving she knows how to put on a show, after bringing her “Mrs. Carter Show” to one lucky fan who wasn’t even in the stadium. During a recent concert in Adelaide, Australia, the star spotted one concert-goer who happened to be FaceTiming on his iPhone with a friend as she walked by. Fan footage from the concert is now surfacing online. Without skipping a beat, Beyonce bends down to grab the phone and tell the person on the other end, “Nice to meet you!” She hands the phone back to the ecstatic fan joking, “This is a first!” before continuing her performance of “Irreplaceable.”
Watch Beyonce facetime the fan in the video below! Read More »
Tamar Braxton channels Snow White for Halloween 2013.
Check out some of our favorite celebrities enjoying Halloween 2013 below. Read More »
Jay Z says his daughter Blue Ivy is his number one fan. In an interview with “Vanity Fair,” the hip-hop veteran actually denies Beyoncé’s claim that the 18-month-old prefers his music over hers. He explains that Blue loves her mother’s songs and watches her concerts every night on the computer. Apparently, Blue had never heard Jay’s music until his recent album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” arrived. Jay says he never plays his own tunes around the house, but he did have a family listening session for his latest album.
“I don’t know if Blue ever heard any of my music prior to this album — she’s only 18 months old and I don’t play my music around the house,” Jay Z tells Vanity Fair in its November issue.
He says Blue “loves all the songs” and will ask to hear what she calls a “Daddy song.” Jay remarks that having his daughter’s approval gives him the “greatest joy.”
Jay Z will be featured on the cover of the November issue of “Vanity Fair.”
This is HUGE for the big homie! We can’t wait to see the cover in print!
Congrats to Jay!
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