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Beyonce Leaves India (December 10)

December 10, 2018

Beyonce was spotted at the Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur, India earlier today.

Isha Ambani & Anand Piramal's Pre-Wedding Party

December 9, 2018

Beyonce performed at Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal's pre-wedding party in India today.




Beyonce Arrives in India (December 9)

December 9, 2018

Beyonce arrived at the Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur, India today to perform at a pre-wedding celebration for Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal.



Ysabel restaurant in West Hollywood (November 4)

December 9, 2018

Beyonce was spotted last month leaving Diddy's birthday party at the Ysabel restaurant in West Hollywood.

The Carters Nominated for Three Grammys

December 7, 2018

Nominations for the 2019 Grammy Awards were announced on Friday morning. The Carters have been nominated in three categories. This year the ceremony is slated for February 10.

Best R&B Performance
LONG AS I LIVE - Toni Braxton
SUMMER - The Carters
Y O Y - Lalah Hathaway
BEST PART - H.E.R. Featuring Daniel Caesar
FIRST BEGAN - PJ Morton

Best Urban Contemporary Album
EVERYTHING IS LOVE - The Carters
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT - Chloe x Halle
CHRIS DAVE AND THE DRUMHEDZ - Chris Dave And The Drumhedz
WAR & LEISURE - Miguel
VENTRILOQUISM - Meshell Ndegeocello

Best Music Video
APES*** - The Carters
THIS IS AMERICA - Childish Gambino
I’M NOT RACIST - Joyner Lucas
PYNK - Janelle Monáe
MUMBO JUMBO - Tierra Whack

Mandela 100: The City

December 5, 2018

Beyonce shared new photos from South Africa.




UPDATE: She posted even more photos.

Beyonce Leaves South Africa (December 3)

December 4, 2018

Beyonce was spotted at an airport in South Africa yesterday.

Jay Brown's Birthday Party

December 4, 2018

Beyonce attended a private party for Jay Brown's birthday while in South Africa.

On the Run II Tour Nominated at the 2019 Pollstar Awards

December 3, 2018

Pollstar has announced the nominees for the 30th annual Pollstar Awards honoring the top achievers in the live entertainment industry. The ceremony will conclude the 30th annual Pollstar Live! Conference, which runs Feb. 11-13 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The awards, presented by Live Nation, recognize the most successful artists, executives, venues, events and companies in the thriving global live entertainment business.

Beyonce and Jay-Z's On the Run II Tour has been nominated in two categories:

Major Tour of the Year
Ed Sheeran | ÷ Tour
Taylor Swift | Taylor Swift reputation Stadium Tour
Bruno Mars | 24K Magic World Tour
Beyoncé & Jay-Z | On The Run II Tour
Drake | Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour
U2 | eXPERIENCE + iNNOCENCE Tour

Best Hip-Hop/R&B
Drake | Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour
Beyoncé & Jay-Z | On The Run II Tour
Post Malone | Beerbongs & Bentleys Tour
Travis Scott | Astroworld: Wish You Were Here Tour
Top Dawg Entertainment (Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock & More) | The Championship Tour
Childish Gambino | This Is America Tour

Johannesburg restaurant (December 1)

December 3, 2018

Beyonce was spotted at a restaurant in Johannesburg over the weekend.



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Biography

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles was groomed for stardom from an early age. Born on September 4th, 1981, she began singing, dancing and performing in talent shows in her native Houston at seven, and by high school she and cousin Kelly Rowland and school chums LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett were singing together, in a group that was later managed by Beyoncé's father and Rowland's guardian, Matthew Knowles. The act was first called Girl's Tyme (the name under which the group performed on Star Search in 1992), but by the time they signed to Columbia in 1997, they were Destiny's Child.

In 1998, the group issued its debut, Destiny's Child, which featured the hit "No, No, No" (Number Three, 1998). But it was 1999's The Writing's on the Wall that broke the bank, with "Bug a Boo" (Number 33, 1999), "Jumpin' Jumpin'" (Number Three, 1999), "Bills, Bills, Bills" (Number One, 1999), and perhaps most definitively with "Say My Name" (Number One, 2000). The definitive kiss-off song won two Grammys and featured a standout performance by Beyoncé, whose skittering, rhythmic, and hip-hop-derived approach to melody would help shift the entire landscape of R&B singing.

With the membership of the group rapidly shifting around her — Luckett and Roberson sued after being replaced by Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin, and Franklin left within a year—it became increasingly clear that Destiny's Child was intended as Beyoncé's showcase. Late in 2000 came "Independent Women Pt. 1" (Number One), from the Charlie's Angels soundtrack, a song that set the tone for 2001's Survivor (Number One), on which Beyoncé fully took center stage, most notably on the Grammy-winning title hit and "Bootylicious" (Number One). In 2001, Beyoncé starred in the MTV "hip-hopera" Carmen in the title role.

After appearing in Austin Powers in Goldmember, Knowles released her solo debut on its soundtrack, titled "Work It Out." She also worked with her new beau Jay-Z on his "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" (Number Four). Beyoncé's own Dangerously in Love was released in June 2003 and entered the charts at Number One, buoyed by its incredibly infectious lead single, "Crazy in Love," which stayed at Number One for two months. "Baby Boy," featuring Sean Paul, which also hit the top of the charts; "Me, Myself and I" and "Naughty Girl" helped the album move more than 4 million copies. In November 2004, Destiny Fulfilled (Number Two) sounded a valedictory note for Beyoncé's group with "Lose My Breath" and "Soldier"; the next Destiny's Child CD was a best-of titled #1s.

In 2006, Beyoncé starred alongside Steve Martin in The Pink Panther, but it was her role in the film adaptation of the Broadway smash Dreamgirls that defined her on-screen career (Beyoncé received two Golden Globe nominations, and the film won two Oscars). Inspired by her Dreamgirls character (the Diana Ross-esque Deena Jones), she followed the film's completion by writing and, in a compressed three-week burst, recording B'Day, a deeper and often more inspired follow-up to Dangerously in Love. Among its hits were "Deja Vu" (Number Four), "Ring the Alarm" (Number 11), and "Irreplaceable," which perched at Number One for 10 straight weeks. A "deluxe" version of B'Day came out in April 2007 with included a duet with Shakira called "Beautiful Liar." Beyoncé spent much of 2007 on the road supporting the album on the Beyoncé Experience tour.

Offstage, Beyoncé has also spent time promoting her fashion line House of Dereon (its moniker is taken from her grandmother's surname). On April 4th, 2008, Jay-Z and Beyoncé were married in Manhattan.

Beyoncé released her third solo studio album, I Am... Sasha Fierce in November, 2008. It debuted at Number One, selling 482,000 copies in its first week, and, on the strength of four Top Ten singles, continued to sell big for over a year, reaching sales of 6 million worldwide in late 2009. The first single, "If I Were a Boy," made little impact in the U.S., but the second, "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)" went to Number One. Soon after the release of Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé played Etta James in Cadillac Records, opposite Adrian Brody, Mos Def, and Jeffrey Wright. Beyoncé stuck with the role in real life, performing James' "At Last" at Barack Obama's Inaugural Ball.

Throughout 2009, Beyoncé toured the world on the I Am... tour, grossing over $100 million. In April, she starred opposite Ali Larter and Idris Elba in the thriller film, Obsessed. The exquisitely choreographed video for "Single Ladies" went on to win 2009 Video of the Year at the BET Awards and the MTV Video Music Awards (although Kanye West notoriously interrupted Taylor Swift's speech in protest when Beyoncé lost in the Best Female Video category).

The year 2010 started with historic wins at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. Coming into the awards ceremony as the most nominated artist of the year with ten nominations, most from her worldwide #1 album, I Am... Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé took home six Grammy's, setting a record for the female artist with the most wins in one single year. However, Beyoncé took most of 2010 off. She traveled around the world and listened to different influences that inspired her album, 4, released on June 28, 2011. Two days before the album’s release Beyoncé made her historic debut on The Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury, performing for a crowd of 200,000. In August, Beyoncé performed the album 4 to an intimate audience over four nights at New York’s famed Roseland Ballroom. The “Live At Roseland” DVD, also directed by Beyoncé, was released on November 21, 2011.

Also that year, Beyoncé announced that she and Jay-Z were expecting their first child, a girl who was later born Blue Ivy Carter on January 7, 2012. Their daughter's cries were featured on Jay-Z's single, "Glory," making her - at two days old - the youngest person to appear on a Billboard song.