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Beyonce Among 2020 Golden Globe Best Song Nominees

December 9, 2019

Beyoncé Knowles-Carter is ending the decade on a high note as best original song nominee for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards. She is nominated for the song "Spirit," from The Lion King, alongside Timothy McKenzie and Ilya Salmanzadeh. The Lion King is also nominated for best animated motion picture.

The 77th Golden Globe Awards will be held on Jan. 5, 2020, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.

Best Original Song, Motion Picture
“Beautiful Ghosts,” “Cats”
“I’m Gonna Love Me Again,” “Rocketman”
“Into the Unknown,” “Frozen 2”
“Spirit,” “The Lion King”
“Stand Up,” “Harriet”

Best Motion Picture, Animated
“Frozen 2”
“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”
“The Lion King”
“Missing Link”
“Toy Story 4”

"Spirit" Nominated at the 2020 Critics' Choice Awards

December 9, 2019

The Lion King has been nominated in two categories for the 2020 Critics' Choice Awards, including Best Song for Beyonce's "Spirit". The winners will be revealed at the gala, which will be broadcast live on The CW Television Network on Sunday, January 12 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm ET (delayed PT).

Best Song
“Glasgow (No Place Like Home)” – Wild Rose
“(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again” – Rocketman
“I’m Standing With You” – Breakthrough
“Into the Unknown” – Frozen II
“Speechless” – Aladdin
“Spirit” – The Lion King
“Stand Up” – Harriet

Best Visual Effects
Ad Astra
The Aeronauts
Avengers: Endgame
Ford v Ferrari
The Irishman
The Lion King

"Homecoming" Wins at 2019 IDA Documentary Awards

December 9, 2019

The International Documentary Association's 2019 awards took place Saturday night at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. Netflix's Beyoncé concert film Homecoming won in the Best Music Documentary category. Congrats!

Best Music Documentary
Amazing Grace
Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (winner)
The Apollo
The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash
Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men

Beyonce Is Not Doing a Las Vegas Residency

December 9, 2019

Beyonce is not doing a Las Vegas residency, her rep has confirmed to Variety.

It’s “absolutely not true,” the rep stated.

Rumors that Queen Bey would be hitting the strip began circulating Saturday after website LoveBScott posted a story citing “sources” that said she would announce the residency in the first half of 2020. The report said the residency would have made Beyonce the highest-paid entertainer in the city.

The “Lemonade” mastermind has performed in Vegas before, releasing the “I Am… Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas” album, which was recorded over a few dates during her “I Am…” world tour, in 2009.

The news had, predictably, gotten Beyonce fans riled up, with some claiming that there was no way the star would agree to a residency rather than releasing a new album and touring in support. Others felt that the mother of three might like the steadiness of a residency as opposed to a world tour.

Beyoncé Covers January 2020 Issue of Elle

December 9, 2019

In a global ELLE exclusive, Beyoncé answers questions directly from her fans. Read her thoughts on motherhood, finding time for date nights and how she learned to feel “more womanly and secure”.

As she unveils her new adidas partnership for IVY PARK, Beyoncé offers a rare opportunity for fans: full access.

Descending from the sky into a nondescript corner of L.A.’s Crenshaw neighbourhood, parachute in tow, Beyoncé is something of an otherworldly presence. She strides into the local hair salon, bodega, laundromat and wig shop wearing pieces from her IVY PARK x adidas collection—living proof that you, too, can be a stylish superhero in your own life, no matter where you live and who you are. She designs IVY PARK with everyone in mind, emphasizing a “fly” look for all—whether they’re dropping off the kids, going to the gym or out on a dinner date. For ELLE’s shoot, the superstar gamely poses for a series of cinematic vignettes she dreamed up with her Lemonade collaborator, Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas.

IVY PARK x adidas Promo Shoot

December 9, 2019

A new promotional photoshoot for IVY PARK x adidas was just released. The collection goes on sale January 18, 2020.

Beyonce Wins at 2019 National Film & TV Awards

December 6, 2019

The 2nd annual National Film & TV Awards took place on Tuesday in Los Angeles. This year’s instalment saw Beyonce’s turn as Nala in ‘The Lion King’ honored with the award for Best Performance in an Animated Movie. Congrats!

"Destiny's Child: The Untold Story" Out Now

December 2, 2019

In October, Mathew Knowles announced the release of a compilation album featuring unreleased music of Destiny's Child’s first incarnate, Girl's Tyme. The 15-track set was released today and accompanied by the book, ‘Destiny’s Child: The Untold Story.’ Listen to the album below and order the book here!

"Queen & Slim" Premiere

December 1, 2019

Beyonce shared photos from the "Queen & Slim" movie premiere, which took place on November 14 in Hollywood. It was directed by Melina Matsoukas. Bey wrote: "So proud of my friends Melina and Lena. Queen & Slim in theaters now."

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November 29, 2019

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May 9, 2013

Beyonce : I am just a girl – interview

A vocalist, songwriter, fashion designer, model, actress and a tabloid icon, Beyonce is one of the busiest and most financially successful artists in the world, found near the top of every list accounting for power and influence among celebrities and artists, hence having an audience with her is a challenging endeavour, so I was delighted to have a 20 minute interview.

The rendezvous was set for 4.30pm at the Corinthia Hotel, in London, one of Beyonce’s stops on her Mrs. Carter show world tour. On my way to the conference room from the hotel’s lobby, I encounter security guards at every door. At one room, I see a crew busily unpacking photography equipment from a mountain of boxes and hauling it into the conference room, where they have literally built a photo studio, as if we were going to do a fashion shoot. You see, Beyonce doesn’t allow anyone to take her photo other than her own photographers.

Entering the room, I am greeted by her representatives with a ticket for her concert tonight, an elegant handbag that contained Beyonce’s brand perfume and served a Pepsi drink -Beyonce has $50 million dollar promotion deal with Pepsi. I am also reminded that once I entered the room, I woudn’t be able to leave it. I acquiesce contently- a decision that I soon regret.

I endure waiting over 90 frustrating minutes for Beyonce. The chilled Pepsi fails to quench my discomfiture, so her people, who keep promising that she is on her way, try vainly to numb my displeasure with more potent drinks, including high quality wine. Finally, someone says that she has just got out of her chair, and is heading to the lift, which sound promising.

Moments later, I hear a rumbling noise approaching the room, followed by the opening of the door, which, like a dam releasing its water, unleashes a stream of humanity into the room. Wearing a green top, blue Jeans and curly blondish hair, Beyonce emerges from the protective army of make-up artists, assistants and security guards and heads to the studio lights, followed by three cameras, still and video, who shoot every move.

Unlike the tough image that she projects on stage or music videos, the Texas-born singer looks and sounds like a sweet girl, with a perpetual smile on her face, that instantly heals the anguish of the earlier waiting. After she greets me warmly, she concurs that she is just a girl. “This life, when I’m performing on stage is a few hours of my day,” she says. “The rest of the day I’m changing diapers; I’m with my family and I’m treated the same way. I’m with my mother she’s like, ‘Girl, you are not a Queen.’ So it’s good to have the balance,” she laughs.

The 31-year-old star changes diapers of her 18-month-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, whom she had with husband of five years, records mogul, Jay-Z. Motherhood, she says, has changed everything for her. “I feel like I’m a lot more brave and more secure with my purpose,” she enthuses. ”After giving birth, there’s a moment of rediscovering who you are and making sure you still have your goals, and you still take care of yourself as a woman. That was something that I struggled with: Making sure that I still was this strong woman and having my business and also make time for my child and balancing the two.” But she has no doubts about her new top priority in life. “To protect my child,” she stresses, landing her hand on the table.

Indeed, the superstar takes protection seriously, confining herself in a secure bubble. While here in London, she avoided the bustling city and stayed at a countryside hotel with her husband and daughter, commuting in her private helicopter. She says, however, that she misses what we take for granted. “The little things like being able to go shopping for diapers.” But her fear of a security camera snapping a picture of her that she doesn’t approve of inhibits her from doing so.

But that doesn’t stop her from connecting with people spiritually. “Sometimes we are so busy in our lives that we don’t pay attention to the connections, but they are there all the time and I feel a lot more connected to that after understanding how powerful we all are ,specially as a woman after giving birth.”

Beyonce felt these connections deeply while working on the new animated movie, Epic, in which she voices the forest queen Tara, who leads her subjects, the leafmen, in their struggle against the Boggans, who are bent on destroying their forest. “I always wanted to be the voice of a queen,” smiles Beyonce, who could relate to how queen Tara dealt with people. ”I feel like sometimes when you are a celebrity, people expect you to not use supermarket eye drops or they think everything is different, but at the end of the day I am a human being.”

Voicing Queen Tara was the first job Beyonce did after giving birth. “I felt so much emotion and hormones that I literally cried tears when I did the scene where the young girl that admires Queen Tara told her mum that she wanted to be a queen like her, and her mum said: I don’t know if you’ll ever be a queen.”

The scene took Beyonce’s memories back to when she was 10 years old. Seeing Whitney Houston performing the National Anthem 22 years ago at the 1991 Super Bowl, she told her mother “One day I’m gonna do that.” and her mother said, “Yeah, baby, OK whatever.” Earlier this year, not only did Beyonce render the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, but also at the inauguration of the President of the United States, Barack Obama. “You just never know what’s gonna happen in your life, and everything in life is connected. I see you and me and kinda of passing the torch,” she emotes.

But Beyonce is not ready to pass the torch yet. The 18-time Grammy award winner, who has sold 75 million albums, starred in movies such as Dreamgirls (2006) and Cadillac Records (2008), and won more awards for fashion design, still has dreams to live and goals to achieve.

“I want to make more movies,” she enthuses. “I want to continue to challenge myself. I think I can take bigger artistic risks because I feel like commercial success is something I’ve been very fortunate with. So now I have the freedom to do things that are darker, things that are not as commercially successful but something that’s going to feed my soul as an artist – the hero in me.”

In less than 3 hours, Beyonce will be performing at the O2 arena, in front of thousands of fans, yet she looks relaxed without a hint of nervousness. But apparently, the superstar has developed a 3-hour routine of preparing.

“I say a prayer and do a stretch with all of my band mates,” she smiles. “I actually just got a chair that gives a really great massage for one hour while they do my hair and make-up. And I have a playlist that I listen to everyday.”

Right on time, Beyonce rises from her seat and playfully waves goodbye. “See you at the concert tonight,” she chimes, as she is escorted by her entourage out of the room.

Some have already called Beyonce the Queen of Pop, but many say that she has yet to dethrone Madonna in order to claim this title. With the pace she is rising and her relentless determination to conquer whatever she touches, she will properly attain whatever title she desires.