Yesterday, Jay-Z and Kanye West opened a pop-up store on Mulberry Street to celebrate/promote the release of their joint album Watch The Throne. There were CDs to buy, music videos to endlessly re-watch, Maybach's to admire, and a no photo/no video policy that seems to have been ignored by some. Jay-Z (and Swizz Beatz) showed up around 8 p.m., and then around 9 p.m., Beyonce appeared, and a private party busted out inside.




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Check out ‘4′ entertainer Beyonce at the home of X Factor Australia judge Guy Sebastian. Snapped some time ago, the Golden Globe nominee is reported to have joined the accomplished mentor in choosing the acts to make up his category in the upcoming live finals.
Beyonce attends the exclusive listening event for the highly-anticipated release by Jay-Z and Kanye West,"Watch The Throne" (Available August 8th) at the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History on August 1, 2011 in New York City.

Beyonce arrives at the Moet Rose Lounge during the launch celebration for Kelly Rowland's new album 'Here I Am' at the Top of The Standard Hotel on July 26, 2011 in New York City.

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Beyonce Knowles helps celebrate the one-year anniversary of Target East Harlem on June 30, 2011 in New York City.



Beyoncé may have taken a year off to relax and find inspiration, but she's back now and about to take over the small screen. That's right, Beyoncé's coming to your TV with a slew of appearances, none of which you'll want to miss. From live concerts to award show appearances to an intimate interview with a certain Englishman, Beyoncé's delivering.

June 26 on BBC
LIVE from Glastonbury Festival

June 26 on BET
2011 BET Awards

June 27 on CNN
Piers Morgan Interview

June 28 on M6
X Factor France Finale

July 1 on ABC
Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

July 4 on ABC
Good Morning America Summer Concert Series (Part 2!)

July 4 on NBC
Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular
Beyonce is reportedly planning to step in and act as Kelly Rowlands’ very own Sinitta type assistant at the upcoming X Factor judges houses rounds. The pop diva of course used to perform alongside new judge Kelly, in Destiny’s Child, one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time and Heat magazine claims that the pair will reunite later this summer when Rowland has to choose her final singers for the ITV show. Each year the X Factor judges choose assistants to help them with the whittling down process, though the helpers have got more and more high profile as time went on. While the panel used to be content to have former 80′s popstars (Sinitta) or old Boyzone members at their side, last year Cheryl Cole persuaded Black Eyed Peas singer will.i.am to help out, while X Factor Australia judge Natalie Imbruglia worked alongside Dannii Minogue. So who will the other judges pick for their assistants? We think Gary Barlow will bring along one of his old Take That pals, Tulisa Contostavlos will most likely ask fellow N-Dubzer Dappy to work with her and Louis Walsh may opt for Sharon Osbourne, as he did in 2010
Beyonce poses during the 2011 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 22, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Beyoncé served as guest mentor on the American Idol semi-final. The singer, who debuted the music video for her new song 'Run The World (Girls)' during the two-hour performance show, offered her advice to Lauren Alaina, Scotty McCreery and Haley Reinhart as they rehearsed. The Top 3 had to perform three songs this week: one chosen by judges Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler, one selected by in-house mentor Jimmy Iovine, and one they picked themselves. Beyoncé spent time with each finalist individually as they prepared their own song choice for the penultimate performance show. First up was McCreery, who had selected 'Amazed' by Lonestar, a band which Beyoncé said she also likes. "Scotty, that's my boy," she added. "He is so incredible. He has such charm and he's so innocent and such a cutie pie!" The diva said that she was interested to see McCreery reaching into the higher area of his vocal range, but wondered if he really had to considering how "wonderful" he is at the low notes. However, she told him that he "sounded effortless" whatever he sang. Next was teenager Alaina, who was offered words of advice from Beyoncé on how to battle nerves on stage. "I've created a character for myself when I perform because I get nervous," said the star. "Right before I go on stage I tell myself that I deserve it, I'm strong, I'm fearless, and I'm a diva, and I'd encourage you to do the same because it works for me." Alaina had chosen 'Wild One' by Faith Hill for her first performance, which Beyoncé said was a "great" selection. "I've seen her in the past and enjoy her mostly when it's something fun because I feel like it loosens her up." The final contestant to have one-on-one time with Beyoncé was Reinhart, who picked Led Zeppelin's 'What Is and What Should Never Be'. "It was a very interesting song choice and it just shows her gut, strength and fearlessness," said Beyoncé. "She is a risk taker because she didn't pick a pop song or something everybody knows. She has a conviction and makes you believe in what she believes in, which is a huge part of being a superstar." Beyoncé also revealed that she viewed the finalist as a "rockstar", saying that "she has a presence even when she's not singing" and praising her "warm tone" and the "natural raspiness" in her voice. American Idol continues tonight at 8/7 on Fox.
As if 16 Grammy’s were not enough, Beyoncé will now add the 2011 Billboard Millennium Award to her trophy case. The pop culture icon will be presented with the award at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 22. The awards are being hosted live by Ken Jeong and will feature other performing artists such as The Black Eyed Peas, Keith Urban, Nicki Minaj, Cee Lo Green, Rhianna, Lady Antebellum, Pitbull and Taio Cruz. Beyoncé helped establish one of the most successful girl groups in history as a front woman of Destiny’s Child. She has gone on to earn titles as a multi-platinum performer and ASCAP’s Pop Songwriter of the Year. She has released three solo albums and is working on her fourth, with the single “Run the World (Girls)” having already hit airwaves. In 2009, Beyoncé was named the Woman of the Year by Billboard and Top Female Artist of the Decade. The awards show airs Sunday, May 22, 2011 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Beyonce surprises students at PS/MS 161 in Harlem as part of First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" initiative to fight childhood obesity. The students were dancing to "Move Your Body," which the singer recorded for the initiative. Middle School students from around the country were participating in the four-minute flash dance routine simultaneously 1:42 pm EST on May 3, 2011 in New York City.



Beyonce attends the "Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty" Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2011 in New York City. [+ 60]

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