It looks like Beyonce is rolling out “All Night” as the fourth US single from Lemonade. The cover art surfaced online today (here) and the Diplo-produced ballad is being added to rhythmic radio on December 6 according to All Access.

Somewhat amusingly, “All Night” is already a top 40 hit. The song debuted at number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100 after the release of Lemonade and has charted in Canada, France, UK and Australia among other countries. It could soar even higher if it gets a little love from pop radio — something “Formation,” “Sorry” and “Hold Up” failed to achieve.
The 2016 American Music Awards were held Sunday night at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater. Beyonce was nominated in four categories and won Tour of the Year for The Formation World Tour, beating out Madonna and Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band. Unfortunately, the singer didn't attend the ceremony.
It’s time to choose the best of the best in entertainment.

Whether you’re a movie buff, social media star in the making, or a music fanatic, whoever wins the People’s Choice Awards is up to the fans.

Voting is now officially open, so go to People’s Choice Awards’ Facebook page and to make your voice heard. Then, watch live on Jan. 18 on CBS to find out the winners.

Beyonce is nominated in three categories:

Favorite Female Artist
Ariana Grande
Britney Spears

Perhaps you already know the premise of Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, an Iraq War movie based on the novel of the same name, which dramatizes the titular veteran’s experience with PTSD during a Cowboys game. Perhaps you’ve read about the controversy over Ang Lee’s decision to shoot the film with a remarkably high 120 fps frame rate, which has the effect of making all the actors look like plastic dolls. This is not a post about either of those things. This is a post about how Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk features a fake Beyoncé — and also a fake Kelly and Michelle. But more importantly: Fake. Beyoncé.

Fake Beyoncé plays a small, but crucial role within Billy Lynn’s narrative: Destiny’s Child is headlining the halftime show where Billy (Joe Alwyn) and the rest of his squadron are being honored. In the film’s central set piece, the soldiers march with the trio to the stage, and then assemble behind them for a performance of “Soldier.” This triggers a bunch of PTSD flashbacks for Billy and the rest of the gang. As fake Bey, Kelly, and Michelle perform, we cut back to a battle the soldiers fought Iraq. It’s all an indictment of American mid-2000s excess — do you get it? (If you don’t get it, there’s an earlier scene where Billy has a sex fantasy while Kellie Pickler sings the national anthem.) Read more...
In August 2016, one of the worst U.S. natural disasters hit the storied city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and surrounding areas – historic flooding that left more than 60,000 homes destroyed and $8.7 billion in damages.

The flooding was also responsible for over a dozen deaths in the Baton Rouge area.

But while more than $55 million in federal aid was approved for reconstruction, families and businesses in the area are still struggling to recover from the rising waters.

On November 20, The Knowles family, along with Kelly Rowland and BeyGOOD, are looking to change that.

In a joint effort with ESSENCE, Tina Knowles-Lawson, Solange Knowles and Kelly Rowland – with support from Beyoncé and BeyGOOD, the singer's charitable organization founded in 2013 – will host Love On Louisiana: An Essence Hometown Heroes Tribute, a fundraising awards dinner to celebrate the resilience of Baton Rouge and to raise money for recovery efforts.

“We have continued to witness firsthand the strength of our long-term partners in Louisiana in the aftermath of natural disasters, and it is with great pride that we are partnering with Ms. Tina, Beyoncé, Solange, Kelly and BeyGOOD to harness the resources of our collective networks and join the community in rebuilding,” said Essence President Michelle Ebanks. Read more...
This year CAMERIMAGE Festival, The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography which takes place in Bydgoszcz, Poland, will present two remarkable films connected with the music video creativity.

The first is Beyoncé’s “LEMONADE”, the visual accompaniment to her 12-track sixth studio album and a portrayal of every woman’s journey of self-knowledge and healing.

The screening will tak place on November 13 at 12:15 p.m. an will be followed by a Q&A meeting with DPs Chayse Irvin and Malik Sayeed. will be in attendance so you can expect a coverage of the event!

Additionally, Beyonce's "Formation" is nominated for Best Music Video and Best Cinematography in a Music Video. The winners will be announced during the Festival's Closing Ceremony on Saturday, November 21.
Beyonce has made a total of 13 submission for the 2017 Grammy Awards! The final nominees will be announced on December 6.

Album of the Year
Best Urban Contemporary Album
Best Music Film

Record of the Year
Song of the Year
Best R&B Song
Best R&B Performance
Best Music Video

Hold Up
Best Pop Solo Performance
Beyoncé will join Jay Z on Friday in Ohio at a get-out-the-vote concert for Hillary Clinton, a source who overheard the news told CBS News.

Clinton will be joined by the music superstars at a rally at Cleveland State University heading into the final weekend before Election Day. The Clinton campaign is making an aggressive push to urge Ohioans to vote early.

Jay Z’s appearance had already been announced.

But the addition of his wife Beyoncé, one of the biggest entertainers in the world, adds even more star power to the Cleveland event.

The concert is aimed at millennials and African-American voters in the Democratic stronghold of Cuyahoga County, where Clinton needs big margins on election night to defeat Donald Trump, who is leading the polls in Ohio.

The music megastars are among several acts -- including Katy Perry, The National and John Legend -- helping Clinton make a final appeal to young voters.

The Clinton campaign declined to comment on the appearance.
The Country Music Association has responded to allegations that they deleted footage and mentions of Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks‘ 2016 CMA Awards performance.

An outcry from fans began Thursday afternoon (Nov. 3), after some began to notice and share on social media that social media mentions and CMA website video of the two acts’ performance of Beyonce’s “Daddy Lessons” at Wednesday night’s (Nov. 2) 50th anniversary CMA Awards ceremony had been deleted. TMZ alleged that the deletions were due to racist and rude comments being posted, but the CMA says that the footage was removed at Beyonce’s request.

“Beyonce’s team hadn’t approved that, so we pulled it down,” CMA CEO Sarah Trahern tells the New York Times of a now-deleted promotional clip that teased Beyonce’s performance, adding that the clip was removed before the performance itself. “Fans can get kind of passionate and read other things into it.”

Additionally, Trahern explains, Beyonce provided her own photographer for the evening and only approved one official live video of the song, which is available on and has been shared on the CMA’s social media channels.

“CMA has not erased any mentions of Beyonce’s performance on the CMA Awards. In advance of the broadcast, CMA removed a five-second promotional clip from and CMA’s Facebook page. The promo was unapproved, and CMA removed it prior to the broadcast,” the CMA says in a statement to People, echoing Trahern’s comments. “Beyonce’s performance with Dixie Chicks was a highlight of the evening, and we are continuing to share the amazing full-length performance clip via our official social channels.” Read more...
There are numerous music legends slated to perform at the 2016 CMA Awards, and now it appears to be official — Queen Bey will be hitting the stage.

Multiple sources confirm to PEOPLE that Beyoncé is currently in Nashville, which just happens to be where the CMAs will be airing from live tonight on ABC, and CMT reports that the star is set to perform at the show.

The Lemonade creator is not known as a country singer, but she wouldn’t be the first recording artists to cross genre lines at the CMAs. Justin Timberlake hit the stage with country star Chris Stapleton at the 2015 awards to perform their tracks “Tennessee Whiskey” and “Drink You Away.”

But what will Beyoncé perform?

A duet with one of the previously announced performers — of which there are many — is not out of the question. Or Queen Bey could do a solo performance of one of her originals. (Lemonade‘s country-twinged “Daddy Lessons”?) Or even a cover of a country classic.

If her recent Video Music Award performance is any indication, whatever Beyoncé would perform would be guaranteed to be what everyone is talking about tomorrow.

The 2016 CMAs airs live tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
It seems that Laverne Cox won herself more than a few admirers after channelling Beyonce on Lip Sync Battle – including the lady herself.

In fact, Beyonce was so impressed by the Orange Is The New Black’s star’s tribute to her on the Spike show that she even sent her flowers to show her appreciation.

Which a clearly thrilled Laverne didn’t hesitate to show off on social media.

She wrote on Instagram: "When you are at work on #Doubt your new cbs legal drama premiering in 2017 and get flowers and a hand written card from the Queen Bey herself @beyonce. Thank you Beyonce for such a thoughtful gesture. You didn't have to but it means so much that you did. I am so happy you enjoyed the #LipSyncBattle tribute to Destiny's Child. You know I live for everything you do. EVERYTHING!! Thank you, thank you thank you!!!!❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ Thank you @dreamadew for thinking to take photos to document my utter shock and disbelief moments after opening the card. Thank you @farmercarla and @theladydeja for holding me up so I didn't fall to the floor as I lost control of my body. Thank you water proof mascara for keeping this makeup in tact cause I have to head back to set soon. Thank you @spikelsb for making this happen Wow, what a day! God is GOOD!!"

Laverne showed off her inner Queen Bey on last week’s instalment of the show in the US, going head to head with her Orange Is The New Black co-star Samira Wiley as she performed Destiny’s Child classic Lose My Breath. Read more...
Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, and Coldplay lead the finalists for the 2016 Billboard Touring Awards, presented by Ticketmaster, which will be announced today.

Now in its 13th year, the Billboard Touring Awards honor the artists, executives, companies and venues behind the most successful tours and events of the year. The awards are based primarily on box office data reported to Billboard Boxscore between Oct. 1, 2015, and Sept. 30, 2016.

The Formation World Tour is nominated in three categories:

Top Draw
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band

Top Tour
Beyoncé, The Formation Tour
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, The River Tour
Coldplay, A Head Full of Dreams Tour
Beyonce recently received nominations at three different UK-based award shows!

At the 2016 Urban Music Awards, she's up for one award. Voting is open now at The ceremony will be broadcast live on VooVix on November 26 from 6.30pm GMT.

Best International Act sponsored by VooVix
French Montana
Solange Knowles
Chance the Rapper
Party next Door
Tory Lanez
DJ Khaled
Kanye West

The singer has a chance to win International Icon of The Year at the 2017 BEAM Awards, which be will be held in London during Spring 2017. Read more...
The Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) will be offering “The Lemonade Project,” a 12-month series of conversations centered around Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade, beginning Oct. 28 with a screening kickoff and continuing each month through September 2017.

The series will explore the themes of race, gender and class addressed by the album The Lemonade Project with MODA holding conversations in which participants will be invited to consider reactions to readings, films and music as well as to share personal experiences.

The Lemonade Project is free to attend because designing for social justice, both personal and communal, is for everyone, but participants must register in advance. The sessions will be held at Museum of Design Atlanta, 1315 Peachtree St. NE.

Session 1 Oct. 28, 7-9 p.m., is entitled “Get in Formation: The Lemonade Project Screening Kickoff. That is followed by Session 2 Nov. 16, 7-8:30 p.m. “Birthing Ourselves: Idea/Identity/Formation/Memory/History. The title for Session 3, Dec. 14, 7-8:30 p.m., is “You Get a Right to be Mad: Self-Care and Womanhood.” Read more...
Beyonce has been nominated in one category for the 2016 Q Awards. Vote now!

Q Best Video
The 1975 – A Change Of Heart
Beyoncé – Formation
Coldplay – Up & Up
PJ Harvey – The Community Of Hope
Wolf Alice – Lisbon

This year's ceremony takes place at Camden's Roundhouse in London on 2 November.
Beyonce has been nominated in seven categories for the upcoming Soul Train Music Awards and has a chance to win eight awards!

Video of the Year
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Beyoncé – “Sorry”

Drake – “Hotline Bling”
Kanye West – “Fade”
Rihanna feat. Drake – “Work”

Album/Mixtape of the Year
Beyoncé – LEMONADE
Bryson Tiller – T R A P S O U L
DJ Khaled – Major Key
Drake – Views
Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo
Rihanna – Anti
Nominees for the 2016 American Music Awards were announced today on "Good Morning America" and Beyonce is up for 4 awards! Voting is open now at

Artist of the Year
Justin Bieber
Selena Gomez
Ariana Grande
Twenty One Pilots
Carrie Underwood
The Weeknd

Tour of the Year
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
Two new "Slay Or You Get E(lemon)ated" T-shirts are available for pre-order on!

The winners for the MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2016 were announced today. Out of two categories Beyonce was nominated in, she won Best Album of the Year for "Lemonade". Congratulations!
At first, Richard Gordon didn't believe it.

Free tickets to Thursday's Beyoncé concert for some of the hardworking students at Robeson High, where he is principal?

"It sounded too good to be true. It wasn't. It's amazing," said Gordon, whose West Philadelphia public school enrolls 300 students.

In fact, the entertainment company Live Nation gave the Philadelphia School District enough tickets to allow 68 high schools to send a number of deserving teens.

How many tickets?

"A lot," spokesman Kevin Geary said.

Principals were given the tickets to distribute as they saw fit to seniors - Gordon chose honor students and English-language learners who had made great strides.

The giveaway has been in the works for months, but "it's not something that they wanted to publicize," Geary said. Read more...

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