Malala Yousafzai is currently in her first year at Oxford University. One of her best friends wrote about how they relax together listening to Beyoncé and eating takeout. Varaidzo Khativu said the two went on a friend-date on Valentine's Day. Malala Yousafzai may be a Nobel Prize-winner who survived an assassination attempt by the Taliban — but she still likes to relax with takeout food and listen to Beyoncé. In between intense academic discussions at the University of Oxford, where she studies the prestigious Politics, Philosophy, and Economics course, she is also a Rihanna fan, and likes Caribbean food. The insight into Malala's Oxford down-time came from Varaidzo Khativu, one of her closest
College freshman Brianna Bundick-Kelly flawlessly hit the moves from Beyonce's performance.
Amy Schumer's performance in 'I Feel Pretty' was inspired by Beyonce. Speaking about the challenge of playing two roles in one, Amy explained: "I just try to get myself in the right mental state and then just live it out. "So I listened to a lot of Beyonce for one, then a lot of Nick Drake for the other. The new comedy movie stars model Emily Ratajkowski and Michelle Williams, who plays a cosmetics company boss with a comically high-pitched voice.
If one were attempting to define black genius in its modern form, the week of April 16 provides no shortage of starting points. We could begin with Beyoncé Knowles-Carter—the singer, mother, and pop maximalist who understands that music can, and should, be a kind of cinema—and her historically transcendent Coachella performance. Or we could just as easily begin with Kendrick Lamar; the Compton, California artist became the first rapper to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music, for his searing album DAMN. Or perhaps it's best we start with Kanye West, who reemerged this week on Twitter with a meditative shortform treatise on human existence and the nobility of creative production. Rendered through
Honestly, just watching Beyoncé's powerful Coachella performance on Saturday night made us feel accomplished. But one fan took her appreciation to the next level by taking the time to learn the choreography, and — holy sh*t — she deserves an actual award. Twitter user Briyonce shared a video of her spot-on, side-by-side imitation of Beyoncé, saying, "If you thought I was about to sit here, learn choreo & dance like I'm one of Beyoncé's backup dancer . . . YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT!" The girl's epic video is going viral, and she said it took her 40 minutes to get the dance down. That's all?! Clearly Briyonce is incredibly talented. This isn't the first time she's replicated Beyoncé dance moves,
It's 2018, and if celebrities want to share photos of themselves Photoshopped onto other celebrities, you'd better believe they're going to do it. SEE ALSO: Adorable mom live texts Beyoncé's entire Coachella performance Justin Bieber is a recent case in point. On Wednesday night, he casually shared a screengrab of another Instagram post that showed his face Photoshopped onto an image of Beyoncé. He captioned it "Y'all need to meet my sister Rachel Bieber". Y’all need to meet my sister Rachel Bieber A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Apr 18, 2018 at 7:21pm PDT Here's the original photo of Beyoncé. This photo was taken at a launch party for Beyoncé's self-titled 2013 album.Image: Jamie McCarthy/Getty ImagesThe world is an odd place. WATCH: Justin Bieber is not having any of your screaming
Justin Bieber just introduced the world to his sister 'Rachel Bieber,' but she looks scarily similar to Beyonce! See the epic pic here! Get ready, there's a new Bieber in town! Justin Bieber took to Instagram on April 18 to share a photo of his never before seen sibling, and of course, fans are shook. The pic captioned, “Y'all need to meet my sister Rachel Bieber,” is of a curvy blonde woman with JB's face. And come to find out, that body belongs to none other than Beyoncé. So funny, right? Going along with the joke, Justin's friend Patrick Schwarzenegger commented, “Bruh set me up! Finally be brothers,” and we can't think of a more epic response. It's clear Beyoncé's Coachella performance was
Viola Davis took to Instagram and gushed about Beyoncé in a Women Crush Wednesday posting. The 52-year-old actress shared a photo of the singing superstar from her weekend performance at the Coachella Music Festival. 'Undeniable talent. Hardworking and yet a rare authenticity, calm that defies this level of stardom. She knows who she is,' Viola wrote in the caption for her more than two million followers. 'There is no apology and no compromise. @Beyonce the performer, the mother, the wife, the daughter, the sister and a beautiful image of womanhood. #WCW,' she added including the hashtag for the weekly female admiration postings on social media. Viola's post showed Beyoncé in full regal mode
Beyoncé proved naysayers wrong over the weekend during her performance at Coachella. Not only did she steal the weekend but she made history as the first Black woman to ever headline the California festival. On top of that, she further solidified herself as one of the greatest performers of our generation. She delivered a performance that simultaneously compensated for last year's cancellation and exceeded everyone's expectations. She quickly ended up receiving comparisons Michael Jackson after her performance. While many were only convinced of that after her set, Ty Dolla $ign came to this realization after watching her on the "Formation" tour. Ty Dolla $ign recently spoke to Complex after his