"We breathe the same air. We glow, even in the dark. Our curves make waves. Movement evolving forward. I know we will endure." — Beyoncé
Beyoncé's 2016 Christmas card pic.twitter.com/Rjk2SyO9Lw— Beyoncé Australia (@BeyonceAUS) December 22, 2016
UPDATE: Beyonce also sent gifts to the Formation World Tour crew. Read more...
Ted Owen & Co. are proud to be offering a unique collection of 12 original professionally produced Betacam video tapes of Beyoncé Knowles. The collection of tapes document the earliest music video appearance of Girls Tyme showcasing and starring a then 10 year old Beyoncé Knowles.
The collection, dating from 1992, consists of approximately two and half hours of footage depicting Beyoncé playing to camera in several locations, working out dance routines, rehearsing for a live performance in addition to performing at an artists showcase in San Francisco. There is additional unedited footage of Beyoncé at the Record Plant recording studios in Sausalito California, working on dance routines for what was intended to be her first professionally recorded music video.
This recently unearthed and never seen original footage offers the viewer a candid insight into a 10 year old Beyoncé developing her craft that would ultimately make her the world's biggest pop stars. Read more...
Hot on the heels of her zesty Lemonade merch line, Beyonce has now readied a fresh Ivy Park activewear collection in time for the holiday season.
The “Resort” performance range has been designed for slaying in chilly climates and utilizes a range of tactile fabrics. Key pieces include an oversized cropped puffa jacket with bonded quilt seams, large branded zip pull, leggings, bodysuits, and streetwear-influenced hoodie and jogger sets. Biker-inspired color blocking and an oversized broken logo print feature heavily throughout, while garms from the AW16 have also been updated in a heavy, brushed wool-mix jersey.
Those looking to cop can do so online and offline at high street retailers such as Selfridges, Topshop, and JD Sports.
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...
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