Latest news

Beyoncé
Online

Welcome to Beyoncé Online - your #1 source for everything Beyoncé Knowles. You'll find here a lot of interesting information, one of the biggest photo galleries with over 150.000 pictures, downloads and more! Be sure to check out the latest news about Mrs. Carter and leave your comments. We hope you'll enjoy your stay and come back soon! Have fun!

Beyonce's 'Black Is King' among juried Emmy Award winners

Klaudia//August 28, 2021
While the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards are still a few weeks away, the trophies have already begun rolling out for some of the past year’s biggest shows.

Beyoncé’s Black is King, The Masked Singer, The Simpsons and Love, Death and Robots are among early winners for this year’s Emmy Awards, as the Television Academy announced juried category honourees in the fields of animation, costume, interactive programming and motion design.

Juried categories are decided by a panel of professionals in the appropriate peer groups with the possibility of one, more than one or no entry being awarded an Emmy. There are no nominees but a one-step evaluation and voting procedure with open discussions of each piece of work.

Outstanding individual achievement in animation was awarded to Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal, The Simpsons and four recognitions for Netflix’s Love, Death + Robots. Costumes for a variety, nonfiction or reality program went to Black is King, The Masked Singer, and Sherman’s Showcase Black History Month Spectacular.

The juried awards will be presented at the 2021 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, which will take place in Los Angeles on September 11 and 12. An edited presentation of the ceremonies will be broadcast on FXX on September 18.

The Primetime Emmy Awards will follow on September 19, hosted by Cedric the Entertainer with a limited in-person audience in downtown Los Angeles.

How Beyoncé Roped Glynn Turman Into Her Ivy Park Campaign

Klaudia//August 28, 2021
Glynn Turman spoke to Vanity Fair about how Beyoncé convinced him to participate in the Ivy Park spot.

Vanity Fair: When did you first hear that the new Ivy Park collection was going to be rodeo-themed?

Glynn Turman: Beyoncé, Jay, my wife, and a whole group of us just so happened to be having dinner in Jamaica while on vacation. Beyoncé mentioned that she had some finishing touches she wanted to put on a shoot that she was doing to roll out a new line. It was a rodeo line, and she knew that I’m a cowboy, because actually my grandson rode in her Lemonade . There’s a scene with a horseman. That was my grandson, and we shot that at my ranch. I said, “B, you said you’re not finished, you got some other stuff to do? What are you talking about? You know I got you!” And she said, “Glynn, you know I didn’t want to impose.”

She seems very polite.

Yes, very polite. I said, “Would you stop it! Come on, we’re family.” She thought about it, and a week later she came up with this brilliant idea. Of course, all I thought I was going to do was just saddle the horses for them, and just dust things off and set them on their way. But during the course of it, Tina was like “Glynn, would you try this on, let’s see if this fits you? So I said, “Wait a minute! What’s going on here.” They were just so cool about it.

Tiffany & Co. Introduces The "ABOUT LOVE" Campaign Starring Beyoncé And Jay-Z

Klaudia//August 23, 2021
"Love is the diamond that the jewelry and art decorate." --The Carters

While no one could ever upstage Beyoncé and Jay-Z, together for the first time in an ad campaign for Tiffany & Co., it’s fair to say there is a third star in the spots: a never-before-seen painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat in the jeweler’s signature robin egg blue.


Tiffany recently acquired the spectacular artwork, which had been in the possession of a private collector since the early 1980s, adding another surprise and layer of storytelling to a vast, yet nuanced advertising effort, which is to break in print next month.

Now controlled by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Tiffany is putting major firepower behind the yearlong campaign featuring the Carters, which includes a short film that depicts Beyoncé singing “Moon River” to her husband. It’s destined for major exposure in the coming months, including a takeover of all the digital billboards in New York’s Times Square.

Unveiling the first campaign image exclusively to WWD, Alexandre Arnault, Tiffany’s executive vice president of products and communications, also told the back story of the project in his first sit-down interview since joining the historic New York jeweler last January.

Beyonce Nominated at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards

Klaudia//August 18, 2021
The nominations for the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards have been revealed, with three nods for Beyonce. Voting is open from now through Friday, Sept. 3. The ceremony is set to air live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 8 p.m.

Best R&B
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN, WizKid – “BROWN SKIN GIRL” – Parkwood Entertainment / Columbia Records
Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic – “Leave The Door Open” – Aftermath Entertainment / Atlantic Records
Chris Brown and Young Thug – “Go Crazy” – Chris Brown Entertainment/RCA Records
Giveon – “HEARTBREAK ANNIVERSARY” – Epic Records / Not So Fast
H.E.R. ft. Chris Brown – “Come Through” – MBK Entertainment / RCA Records
SZA – “Good Days” – Top Dawg Entertainment / RCA Records

Best Cinematography
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, SAINt JHN, WizKid – “BROWN SKIN GIRL” – Parkwood Entertainment / Columbia Records – Cinematography by: Benoit Soler, Malik H. Sayeed, MOHAMMAED ATTA AHMED, Santiago Gonzalez, Ryan Helfant
Billie Eilish – “Therefore I Am” – Darkroom / Interscope Records – Cinematography by: Rob Witt
Foo Fighters – “Shame Shame” – Roswell Records / RCA Records – Cinematography by: Santiago Gonzalez
Justin Bieber ft. Chance The Rapper – “Holy” – RBMG/Def Jam – Cinematography by: Elias Talbot
Lady Gaga – “911” – Interscope Records – Cinematography by: Jeff Cronenweth
Lorde – “Solar Power” – LAVA/Republic Records – Cinematography by: Andrew Stroud

Beyoncé's Ivy Park to Highlight Black Cowboys in Next Drop

Klaudia//August 6, 2021
Everybody needs a pair of denim chaps, just ask Beyoncé.

The next drop of the singer’s popular Adidas x Ivy Park collection will celebrate the often overlooked history of Black cowboys and cowgirls and their continued influence and impact on American rodeo.

Called Ivy Park Rodeo, the collection is extensive — 58 women’s and unisex apparel pieces, five shoes and 13 accessories — all designed as reimagined and modernized takes on classic Western wear, and features Houston rappers Tobe Nwigwe and Monaleo, Beyoncé’s mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, and actor and real-life cowboy Glynn Turman in the glossy campaign.

The Ivy Park Rodeo collection is heavily rooted in denim and will offer up dark washes with distinct monograms and purple glow cow prints accented with utilitarian-inspired zips and snap fasteners. There will be a denim body suit, a wide-leg snap pant, tracksuit, bucket hat and, yes, chaps.

Fabrics will include 100 percent 16.5-ounce blue twill denim, 99 percent cotton/1 percent elastane 10.8-ounce denim and 100 percent cotton 13 –ounce cow-print cotton twill denim.

Adidas And Ivy Park Tease Denim Capsule With Campaign Ft. Glynn Turman

Klaudia//August 3, 2021
Fresh off of a swimsuit collection, Adidas and Ivy Park have revealed a new capsule themed on denim. The effort was introduced with a campaign featuring Emmy-Award wining actor Glynn Turman, who is also an accomplished horseman who has successfully competed in multiple rodeos.

While there aren’t a lot of details on what’s in the upcoming drop, the visual shows Turman and a female model wearing a denim jacket and jeans detailed with Adidas’ trademark three white stripes on he arm and leg plus a logo-covered denim shirt. Preview images also show a denim bucket cap, among others.

Check out the campaign below.


adidas x IVY PARK Debut the Super Super Sleek Silhouette

Klaudia//July 31, 2021
Beyoncé‘s IVY PARK has once again teamed up with adidas on a new sneaker. Following last year’s Supersleek 72, the duo has decided to supersize the silhouette.

Officially dubbed the Super Super Sleek, the footwear style arrives in white and beige iterations. Both pairs feature a base crafted from leather and twill material, while the tongues come in a larger dimension. Elsewhere, the sole unit boasts an exaggerated, chunky design made of translucent rubber. Rounding out the pairs is the IVY PARK key tag, which can be attached to any part of the shoe.

Take a closer look at IVY PARK x adidas’s Super Super Sleek below. The collaborative silhouette will release on August 20 for $140 USD via the adidas website.


Beyonce Wins at the 2021 BET Awards

Klaudia//June 28, 2021
The 21st annual BET awards returned Sunday night, hosted from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, where a live audience attended for the first time since the pandemic began. Beyonce was nominated in two categories and took home one award for her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion.

Viewer's Choice Award
Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion – Wap
Chris Brown & Young Thug – Go Crazy
DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch – Rockstar
DJ Khaled ft. Drake – Popstar
Drake ft. Lil Durk – Laugh Now Cry Later
Lil Baby – The Bigger Picture
Megan Thee Stallion ft. Beyoncé – Savage (Remix) (WINNER)
Silk Sonic – Leave The Door Open

Beyonce Wins at the 2021 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards

Klaudia//June 27, 2021
The 2021 ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards brought together the urban music community on ASCAP’s socials for a virtual celebration on June 22. Beyonce won with one song:

Winning R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Song
"Playing Games"
Writers: Aubrey “Boobie” Robinson, Beyoncé, CAM GRIFFIN*, Kelly Rowland, LaShawn “Big Shiz” Daniels, LaTavia Roberson, LeToya Luckett, Roark Bailey, Summer Walker
Publishers: Beyoncé Publishing, CAMERON GRIFFIN, Kelendria Music Publishing, LVRN PUBLISHING, Sony Music Publishing, SUNDAEMORNINGLLC, Warner Chappell Music

Beyoncé's Ivy Park Plunges Into Swimwear

Klaudia//June 27, 2021
The Beyhive now has something to wear to the beach.

The uber-popular Ivy Park collection, created by Beyoncé in 2016 and a partnership with Adidas since 2020, is dropping a Flex Park swimwear capsule next month that is designed to celebrate “the empowered spirit of confident self-expression and individuality — positively and boldly.”

And even though Beyoncé hasn’t donned a bikini to market this particular collection, the brand has lined up other high-powered faces to front the campaign: beauty entrepreneur and fashion influencer Kristen Noel Crawley along with actor Quincy Brown and body-positive influencer Tabria Majors. Beyoncé did tease the collection with a short video on the Ivy Park Instagram account Thursday, which began with waves crashing and the tag line, “How Do You Flex?” The previous day, Ivy Park’s Instagram posted a photo of a set of weights under fluorescent lighting in an ’80s-inspired room with wood-paneled walls and tan carpeting that featured the same tag line, “How Do You Flex?”

Flex Park, which marks the first foray into swimwear for the Adidas x Ivy Park collaboration, will boast a bright neon color palette — solar orange and screaming orange — with contrasting white stripes and accents, including the Ivy Park monogram. Key items include one- and two-piece bathing suits and beach-ready cover-ups for women as well as a men’s matching shirt and shirt set, a slide, a unisex bucket hat and tote bag. Other accessories include a towel and water bottle.

Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame Inducts Beyoncé and More

Klaudia//June 18, 2021
The Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame—a new endeavor started by the Georgia Entertainment Caucus and the Black American Music Association—inducted its first honorees with plaques displayed outside Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Beyoncé, OutKast, Missy Elliott, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Sean Combs, Usher, Shirley Caesar, and Kirk Franklin are members of the inaugural class.

A few artists were on hand at yesterday’s ceremony at the stadium. Beyoncé’s induction was accepted by Michael Mauldin, former president of Columbia Records.


Pollstar Awards Laud Beyonce as Touring Artist of the Decade

Klaudia//June 17, 2021
With almost no tours having been undertaken in the past year, the Pollstar Awards pivoted in two different directions for the 31st annual edition of the show held Wednesday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel ballroom. One shift in focus was to deliver awards to the top touring artists of the last decade, instead of the year, in different genres. Another was to give out possibly one-time-only awards that were specific to 2020-21, but focus on artists and execs who were innovators, either in finding different ways to perform live or who made a difference philanthropically.

Beyonce won as the top touring artist of the decade. Rob Light, CAA’s head of music, accepted on her behalf and read a statement from the singer in which she wrote, “2020 has taught all of us that the touring community needs to be cherished and is the backbone of our industry.” Beyond thanking a list of cohorts that included Jay-Z, “my ride-or-die,” she gave a shout-out to her ticket-buying fans: “You sing all the choruses, you go hard on the choreo, and I see you every night.”