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 […]
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After announcing her new visual album Black Is King last month, Beyoncé shared its second trailer on Sunday. The short clip features appearances by Bey, Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, Naomi Campbell, Tina Knowles-Lawson, and more. According to a press release, Pharrell Williams, Lupita Nyong’o, and others will also make cameos in the film. Beyoncé wrote, directed, and executive-produced…
Beyoncé recently won a trademark battle over the rights to her 8-year-old daughter's name, following opposition from a Massachusetts business.
Michelle Obama presented the Humanitarian Award to Beyoncé, who used her acceptance speech to encourage everyone to vote.
In a surprise, Disney Plus announced a new visual album from Beyoncé -- "Black Is King," inspired by "The Lion King" -- is coming to the streaming service next month. “Black Is King,” written, directed and executive produced by Beyoncé, will premiere globally on Disney Plus on July 31, 2020. That's just after the one-year […]
The singer is calling for criminal charges to be filed against the three Louisville officers who fatally shot Taylor as she slept in March.
"You have arrived here in the middle of a global crisis, a racial pandemic and ... outrage at the senseless killing of yet another unarmed black human being," said Beyoncé.
YouTube's star-studded pomp and circumstance will be streaming 24 hours later than originally scheduled. The video giant's “Dear Class of 2020” -- a four-plus-hour commencement event bringing together more than 70 celebrities, influencers, music artists including BTS and Beyoncé, and leaders including President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama -- will now kick off on Sunday, […]
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Beyoncé has joined the ranks of celebrities asking for “justice” for George Floyd, the Minneapolis man who died Monday after a police officer pushed his knee into Floyd’s neck, constricting his breathing. Anger over the responses of politicians and authorities to Floyd’s death has sparked protests all across the country over the past week.“We need justice for George Floyd,” Beyoncé said in a video posted to her Instagram Friday night. “We all witnessed his murder in broad daylight. We’re broken and we’re disgusted. We cannot normalize this pain. I’m not only speaking to people of color. If you’re white, black, brown, or anything in between, I’m sure you feel hopeless by the racism going on in America right now. No more senseless killings of human beings. No more seeing people of color as less than human. We can no longer look away.”The Grammy winner added: “George is all of our family, and humanity. He’s our family because he’s a fellow American. There have been too many times that we’ve seen these violent killings, and no consequences. Yes, someone’s been charged, but justice is far from being achieved. Please sign the petition and continue to pray for peace, compassion and healing for our country.”Also Read: George Floyd Protests: National Guard 'Fully' Mobilized in Minnesota“If you want to demand more charges brought on all those involved in the death of George Floyd, click the link in my bio to sign the petition,” the singer captioned her video, with a link that sends you to petitions by Change.org, Color of Change, We Can’t Breathe, and the NAACP.Floyd was arrested by Minneapolis police Monday after an employee at a convenience store called authorities to say he suspected Floyd of passing a counterfeit $20 bill.During Floyd’s arrest, white Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck for more than eight minutes, an act that was caught on video by several bystanders. In the clips, Floyd can be heard asking officers to let him breathe but is not shown to be resisting. Paramedics were called to the scene, where they found Floyd to be unresponsive. He was later pronounced dead.Also Read: George Floyd Protests in Los Angeles Declared an 'Unlawful Assembly' After Clashes Between Protesters and PoliceChauvin has since been fired by the Minneapolis police, arrested and charged with third-degree murder in connection to Floyd’s death. The three other officers who were involved in the arrest have not been charged, though they were also fired.Protests in response to Floyd’s death have broken out this week in Minneapolis, New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta, among other cities across the United States.On Friday, the Los Angeles Police Department declared the city’s protests an “unlawful assembly” after clashes between protestors and police. On Saturday, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz announced that the state’s National Guard has been “fully” mobilized in response to the demonstrations, which he says have turned into “wanton destruction and chaos” and “made a mockery” of Floyd’s death.Watch Beyonce’s video below.View this post on Instagram If you want to demand more charges brought on all those involved in the death of George Floyd, click the link in my bio to sign the petition.A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on May 29, 2020 at 8:13pm PDTRead original story Beyonce Demands ‘Justice’ for George Floyd: ‘We Can No Longer Look Away’ (Video) At TheWrap