The model and actress changed her entire approach to attending the Met Gala after the chance encounter with Queen Bey.
Adele maintains Beyoncé's "Lemonade" should have won Album of the Year — so she put a lemon in her statue.
The 28-time Grammy winner talks about navigating the entertainment industry and how as a young Black woman, she knew she "couldn't mess up" or it would all go away.
Jay-Z is opening up about family life with Beyoncé — and not pushing their own dreams and aspirations on their three kids.
Blue Ivy took home the award in the best music video category for Beyoncé's "Brown Skin Girl" video
Beyoncé offered a public show of support for Meghan Markle on March 9 following Oprah Winfrey's much-discussed sit-down with the duchess and her husband, Prince Harry.
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."
Beyonce closed out 2020 with a special video that highlighted her memorable moments of the year, including some adorable clips with her three kids. See the footage below!
Blue Ivy wasn’t initially on the list of artists recognized for “Brown Skin Girl,” which was nominated for best music video
Blue Ivy Carter, the oldest child of Beyonce and Jay-Z, is lending her voice to Matthew A. Cherry’s “Hair Love” audiobook.Cherry tweeted the Audible link on Monday along with a brief clip.“Dreamscape presents ‘Hair Love,’ by Matthew A. Cherry,” says a child’s voice. “Narrated by Blue Ivy Carter.”Also Read: Netflix Sets New Animated Series From 'Hair Love' Director Everett Downing and Patrick HarpinOn Twitter, the reaction to little Carter’s narration announcement was substantial. The child’s named trended almost immediately as celebrities and other users congratulated Cherry and heralded her being chosen.Gabrielle Union tweeted, “This is the gift that just keeps on giving!! Being able to hear Blue Ivy give voice to this masterful story is so awesome. They try to bury us, not knowing we are seeds of strength and beauty. LOVE!”Television host Gia Peppers was excited, writing, “HOLD UP. You got BLUE IVY CARTER TO NARRATE YOUR AUDIO BOOK?!? MATTHEW. A. CHERRY. YOU BOOKED THEEEE BLUE IVY?!?” She added a few crying emojis for emphasis.Also Read: HBO Max Orders 'Young Love' Animated Series Based on 'Hair Love' Short Film by Matthew A CherryThe account for women’s lifestyle publication xoNecole declared the little girl “booked and busy.”Elsewhere, users pointed out that Carter was ideal for the position because they’d seen rude comments about her hair online and in the media for years.Others noted that Carter’s parents have given her credit on a number of their own projects, so “narrator” is really just the latest addition to her blossoming resume. One user questioned whether working with the 8-year-old is an even “bigger flex” than working with her superstar mother.In July, HBO Max ordered 12 episodes of a new animated series called “Young Love,” based “Hair Love,” which won an Academy Award.The series, which will follow the same characters introduced in the short film, will be executive produced by Blue Key Entertainment’s Monica A. Young, who produced “Hair Love,” along with Lion Forge Animation’s David Steward II and Carl Reed.https://t.co/MSZxGSkZJn pic.twitter.com/wQ8gWl30Oy— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) November 9, 2020Read original story Blue Ivy Carter, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s Daughter, to Narrate ‘Hair Love’ Audiobook At TheWrap
In a secretly recorded conversation, the first lady also spoke about Vogue's decision to choose a Black photographer to shoot the cover for the magazine's September 2018 issue.
The 24-year-old lit up the screen for just three seconds. However, she made a lasting impression that illustrates how colorism impacts dark-skinned women all over the world.
The Bellas from "Pitch Perfect" -- Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Brittany Snow and Anna Camp among them -- reunite to sing "Love on Top" for charity.
Beyonce's visual album "Black Is King," now streaming on Disney Plus, is truly a visual feast, filled with fashion moments to celebrate as it celebrates Blackness, motherhood and womanhood. It's a celebration of Black ancestry and Black diaspora. The film opens with a whisper into a baby boy's ear and his journey downstream, which mirrors […]
Jessie Reyez, Tinashe, and Bebe Rexha are among the artists who've previously spoken out about the producer's behavior.
Adele loves Beyonce just as much as we do! The English singer praised Bey on Instagram with a sweet post about her new visual album.
Beyoncé continued her push toward equality with the release of her raw and honest visual album "Black is King" (out on Disney+ Friday).
“The Fight” may have been released on Friday, but producer Kerry Washington understands if people are watching Beyoncé’s “Black Is King” first. “I know what I’ll be watching Friday. I’ll be firmly in the beehive, but [‘The Fight’ is] there,” Washington said Thursday during a taping of an upcoming episode of the Variety and iHeart […]