Beyonce accepts the award for Best R&B Performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards, setting the record for Grammys won by a female artist. Courtesy: CBS/Recording Academy
Trevor Noah congratulates Beyonce for tying the all-time record for most Grammy wins ever by a female artist. Courtesy: CBS/Recording Academy
The singer posted a special tribute to the Duchess of Sussex on her website to mark Women's History Month.
On the same day news broke that Moet Hennessy will acquire a 50 percent stake in Jay-Z's Champagne brand, Tina Knowles-Lawson posted a tribute to him for being a "bad ass brother."
Singer Adele has shared a stunning picture as she praises celebrity pal Beyonce’s visual album Black Is King
Nicole Curran, the woman who leaned in front of Beyoncé to talk to Jay-Z, has been blitzed with hate on social media ever since.
Dramatic pregnancy announcement aside, Beyoncé and Jay-Z are pretty protective of their 13-month-old twins, Sir and Rumi Carter. So protective, in fact, that they even hired baby models to pose as their children in concert visuals for their “On The Run II” tour.
Have you ever seen regular old museum attendees go apeshit? No? Well, thanks to the Louvre, now you can! The Paris museum — home to famous works like Leonardo da Vinci's <em>Mona Lisa</em>, and more recently, the music video for Beyoncé and Jay-Z's song, "Apeshit," off the album <em>EVERYTHING IS LOVE</em> — now offers a guided tour that will retrace the steps the power couple took when creating their visual masterpiece. SEE ALSO: Unchill Stan Twitter turned Beyoncé and Jay-Z's 'Mona Lisa' moment into a meme The tour will examine the 17 pieces of art that were featured in the Carters' "Apeshit" video, directed by Ricky Saiz. In addition to the Mona Lisa, it will take a look at famous works like <em>The Winged Victory of Samothrace</em>, <em>The Raft of the Medusa</em>, <em>The Coronation of Napoleon</em>, the ceiling of the Galerie d’Apollon, and more. According to the website, the thematic trail tour, which lasts 90 minutes, is only offered on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. But the museum also offers a detailed guide to the works, so you can learn more from the comfort of your own home. While it may seem like the Louvre continues to pull out all the stops for Bey and Jay — I mean, they let them shut down the museum and recorded a freaking music video for goodness' sake — it should be noted that this isn't the first time the Louvre has created a celebrity-related tour. In May 2016, after will.i.am released a 12-minute documentary, titled <em>will.i.am at the Louvre</em>, and a music video for his song "Mona Lisa Smile," the museum responded with another guided tour that highlighted collections from the Department of Decorative Arts. Here's to present and past art continuing to collide. WATCH: Beyoncé made history at Coachella and even Adele, who was watching at home, couldn't sit still
Beyonce, Kim Kardashian West and Eva Longoria were among the who’s who of showbusiness to attend one of the big weddings of the year as Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian tied the knot. The tennis star and the Reddit co-founder got hitched in New Orleans on Thursday at a star-studded ceremony. Sources told PEOPLE that the happy couple tied the knot at the Contemporary Arts Center in the Louisiana city.
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Jay-Z has appeared to admit to cheating on Beyonce in his latest album, 4:44. Lyrics on the rapper’s first record in four years seemingly confirm the rumours which emerged following the release of his wife’s critically-acclaimed visual album Lemonade last year. On the title track of the new album, Jay-Z repeatedly apologises for past indiscretions, while on another, Kill Jay Z, he addresses the 2014 Met Gala where Beyonce’s younger sister Solange launched herself at him in a lift. On 4:44 he sings: “If my children knew, I don’t even know what I would do. ...
Cambridge University has landed itself in hot water for employing the services of Beyoncé impersonator, Leanne Harper, who sang at their annual May ball. The singer, who is white, performs under the moniker ‘Beyoncee’ and took to the stage at Robinson College’s annual May Ball event last month, but some students and alumni were left stunned when they realised she was slathered in fake tan and wasn’t actually from black origin at all, according to Cambridge News.