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Beyonce & SZA Lead R&B Nominations For 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Klaudia//January 27, 2024
SZA and Beyoncé lead the nominations in the R&B category for the upcoming iHeartRadio Music Awards.

On Thursday, January 18, iHeart Media revealed the nominees for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards ahead of the show in April. SZA leads with eight nominations including Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Music Video. The Renaissance crooner is up for R&B Artist of the Year, R&B Song of the Year and a new category Favorite On Screen for her movie Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé. Other nominees in the R&B category include Coco Jones, Fridayy, Victoria Monét, Usher and more.

iHeartRadio will be giving fans the opportunity to decide winners in several new and established fan-voted categories, including Best Lyrics, Best Music Video, Best Fan Army, Social Star Award, Favorite Tour Photographer, TikTok Bop of the Year, Favorite On Screen, Favorite Tour Style and Favorite Debut Album. Social voting began on January 18th and will close on March 25th at 11:59pm PT for all categories. Fans can vote by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.

Fans across the country will be able to watch the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards live as the show will be airing live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday, April 1st from 8pm-10pm ET live/PT tape-delayed on FOX. The event will also be broadcast on iHeartRadio stations nationwide and on the free iHeartRadio app.

See all Beyonce's nominations for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards below.

Beyonce to be honored at the 2024 GLAAD Media Awards

Klaudia//January 27, 2024
On the heels of picking up a Governors Award at this month’s Emmys telecast, GLAAD has unveiled the nominees for the 35th annual GLAAD Media Awards.

It’s a huge list that singles out 310 nominees across 33 categories including some standouts of awards season like films All of Us Strangers and The Color Purple and buzzy TV shows Fellow Travelers starring Matt Bomer and Jonathan Bailey and The Last of Us toplined by Pedro Pascal. Beyoncé’s name is also in the mix, thanks to special recognition for her concert documentary, Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce from AMC Theatres. It’s not a new experience for the superstar as she was moved to tears in 2019 while accepting GLAAD’s Vanguard Award alongside Jay-Z.

The awards are designed to honor “media for fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.” Noms for the 35th installment are selected from the window between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2023. The GLAAD Media Awards will be held this year in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton on March 14, and in New York City, at the Hilton Midtown, on May 11.

Beyonce Nominated at the 2024 People's Choice Awards

Klaudia//January 13, 2024
Beyonce has been nominated in three categories at the 2024 People’s Choice Awards. The ceremony will air live on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on NBC, Peacock and E! from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif.

Voting for the 2024 People’s Choice Awards runs Thursday (Jan. 11) through Jan. 19 at 11:59 p.m. ET. Fans can vote online at VotePCA.com. Votes cast on Turbo Tuesday, Jan. 16, will count twice, equaling a maximum of two votes per day, per category.

Female artist of the year
Beyoncé
Doja Cat
Karol G
Lainey Wilson
Miley Cyrus
Nicki Minaj
Olivia Rodrigo
Taylor Swift

Beyoncé Reportedly Set To Perform A Tina Turner Tribute At The Grammys

Klaudia//January 13, 2024
According to a tweet from the Today Show, Beyoncé is reportedly set to perform a Tina Turner tribute at the 2024 Grammys! In 2023, we lost the legend Tina Turner, her work has inspired countless artists including Beyoncé! During her Renaissance World Tour, Beyoncé paid tribute to Tina Turner by performing her song 'River Deep- Mountain High'. This year’s awards are scheduled for Sunday, February 4 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California. Trevor Noah is set to host the show again, and more icons will receive Lifetime Achievement Awards, including The Clark Sisters, N.W.A, and Donna Summer.

Beyoncé's Latest Manicure Was Chosen By Blue Ivy Herself

Klaudia//December 25, 2023
When deciding what our next manicure will look like, we often turn to Beyoncé for inspiration: Should we go for a simple mauve, or perhaps a Renaissance-esque silver chrome? But have you ever wondered where the queen herself gets ideas?

On Wednesday, December 20, the Grammy winner delighted the world when she stepped out in New York with a minimalist, Santa Claus-inspired manicure. And according to Beyoncé's manicurist Miho Okawara, the Grammy winner's nail art was entirely inspired by her also-iconic daughter, Blue Ivy.

"When I was doing her daughter Blue's nail Bey saw what she , and she liked it!" the artist tells Marie Claire. "Bey copied one of Blue's on her nail."

And no, Beyoncé didn't influence her firstborn. "That design was all requested by Blue," added Okawara. "She is the one who chose."

In case you missed it, the finished product of Beyoncé's manicure was a festive, minimalist dream. While most of her fingers were outfitted in a regular red French tip, she chose to add a couple puffs of white polish to her thumbs, making them look like Santa Claus's signature hat.

The singer obviously loved the design a lot, dedicating not one, but two Instagram posts to the look. In a snapshot shared Friday, December 22, she flashed a peace sign while sitting on a plane, giving the red tips, which were created with Nail Labo shade TS01 "Britney Tokyo", their time to shine. While the hats weren't visible in the image, we know they're there. He sees you when you're sleeping, remember?

And while I haven't seen Blue's nails for myself either, I can only imagine they're perfect. The girl (and her mother) can do no wrong.

Dr. Christmas Reveals How He Decorated Beyoncé and JAY-Z's House

Klaudia//December 24, 2023
Dr. Christmas just shared how he styled Beyoncé and Jay-Z's home for the holiday season.

Dr. Christmas, whose real name is Bob Pranga, shared with PEOPLE what it's been like to help celebrities deck the halls for the past 40 years. The 61-year-old designer shared how “fascinating” it was to decorate the “Crazy in Love” collaborators’ home with their desired “Christmas in Africa” theme.

“I got a call from her assistant that they decided they wanted to spend Christmas in Malibu... three days before Christmas," Pranga shared with PEOPLE.

"It was a fascinating thing to me because I went out there and it was like a movie set," said Pranga. "All these people were hired to make this house perfect before they got there for Christmas Eve."

He shared how he and his team were on a tight time constraint with just the simple direction of making their home a “Christmas in Africa" theme with "beautiful colors and prints.” He revealed that the team had “less than 24 hours to prepare her home.”

“Beyoncé is just a lovely lady. She's very chill,” explained Pranga. “People are always looking for those wonderful or horrible stories of celebrities.”

“But I get to see these people as people at home,” he simply concluded.

BeyHive Crashes Beyoncé Website Over… 'Renaissance' Film International Release Dates

Klaudia//December 19, 2023
The BeyHive were convinced that the visual drought of Beyoncé’s Renaissance era was finally coming to an end. On Monday evening, update accounts shared screenshots showing that the musician’s official website had been down for a number of hours, prompting fans to believe that a special announcement was coming. But it was only a false alarm. They had, in fact, crashed the website — only for the grand reveal to be the next set of countries in which the Renaissance tour film will be released.

“Okay, okay. Y’all didn’t have to break my website,” Beyoncé said in a trailer announcing the 15 additional countries where the film will be screened. “But I told y’all, the renaissance is not over.”

This weekend, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé will be released in theaters throughout Brazil, Spain, Italy, Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Indonesia, Hungary, Andorra, Romania, Bulgaria, Mongolia, and Taiwan.

Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated at the 2024 Black Reel Awards

Klaudia//December 17, 2023
The nominations for the 24th Annual Black Reel Awards are in. Beyoncé grabbed her seventh nomination for Outstanding Original Song for “My House” from her nominated documentary Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé. Beyoncé’s film became the first documentary to be nominated for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Costume Design and Beyoncé became the first person to be nominated in documentary, musical and professional categories in the same year. Check out all the nominations for the film below.

Outstanding Documentary
American Symphony (Netflix) | Matthew Heineman, director
Kokomo City (Magnolia Pictures) | D. Smith, director
Little Richard: I Am Everything (Magnolia Pictures) | Lisa Cortés, director
Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé (AMC) | Beyoncé, director
Stamped From the Beginning (Netflix) | Roger Ross Williams, director

Outstanding Original Song
“Am I Dreaming” (From Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse) | Metro Boomin, A$AP Rocky & Roisee performers; Leland Tyler Wayne, Roisee, Rakim Mayers, Mike Dean, Peter Lee Johnson and Landon “Script” Wayne, writers
“It Never Went Away” (From American Symphony) | Jon Batiste, writer & performer
“Keep It Moving” (From The Color Purple) | Halle Bailey & Phylicia Pearl Mpasi, performers; Halle Bailey, Denisia Andrews, Brittany Coney & Morten Ristorp, writers
“My House” (Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé) | Beyoncé, performer; Beyoncé Knowles & Terius “The-Dream” Adamu Ya Gesteelde-Diamant, writers
“Road to Freedom” (Rustin) | Lenny Kravitz, writer & performer

Tina Knowles Says Beyoncé Was In The Studio For 24 Hours A Day Last Month

Klaudia//December 5, 2023
Beyoncé’s mother Tina Knowles has reflected on her daughter’s tireless work ethic with the arrival of her Renaissance film to rave reviews.

Knowles took to Instagram on Saturday (December 2) to salute Bey’s movie and post about the 100 percent approval rating she received from Rotten Tomatoes‘ reviews.

In her caption, Tina revealed that the music deity was in the studio 24 hours per day in the last month leading up to the film’s release, perfecting every element of the blockbuster while sometimes sleeping there.

“Last one about the Rotten Tomatoes! Just saw this !! When you see how hard someone works and all the sacrifices they make because for the last month my child was in a studio almost 24 hours a day I was with her most of that time sleeping in the studio,” she wrote. “She only went to take her kids to school to shower and come back.”

The elder Knowles continued: “There are only a few people that understand how hard she works ! how she works on every single thing that goes out in a movie or a video or a tour . #that is why I ride so hard for her !!! She deserves every alccolade that she gets.”

Beyoncé's 'Renaissance' is No. 1 at the box office with $21 million debut

Klaudia//December 5, 2023
Beyoncé ruled the box office this weekend.

Her concert picture, “ Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” opened in first place with $21 million in North American ticket sales, according to estimates from AMC Theatres Sunday.

The post-Thanksgiving, early December box office is notoriously slow, but “Renaissance” defied the odds. Not accounting for inflation, it’s the first time a film has opened over $20 million on this weekend in 20 years (since “The Last Samurai”).

Beyoncé wrote, directed and produced “Renaissance,” which is focused on the tour for her Grammy-winning album. It debuted in 2,539 theaters in the U.S. and Canada, as well as 94 international territories, where it earned $6.4 million from 2,621 theaters.

“On behalf of AMC Theatres Distribution and the entire theatrical industry, we thank Beyoncé for bringing this incredible film directly to her fans,” said Elizabeth Frank, AMC Theatres executive vice president of worldwide programming, in a statement. “To see it resonate with fans and with film critics on a weekend that many in the industry typically neglect is a testament to her immense talent, not just as a performer, but as a producer and director.”

Despite several other new releases including “Godzilla Minus One,” the Hindi-language “Animal,” Angel Studios’ sci-fi thriller “The Shift,” and Lionsgate’s John Woo-directed revenge pic “Silent Night,” it was a slow weekend overall. Films in the top 10 are expected to gross only $85 million in total.

Black Parade Route Brazilian Grant Application Now Available

Klaudia//December 2, 2023
In 2020, BeyGOOD Founder Beyonce introduced the Black Parade Route to the world to celebrate and support Small Businesses that had faced economic hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. These efforts assisted more than 900 small businesses globally.

This year, scores of Entrepreneurs along Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour received entrepreneurial grants as part of Phase 2 of the Black Parade Route - where businesses were also aligned with essential tools to support entrepreneurial growth and business sustainability.

AND . . . as the RENAISSANCE continues, now as a film by Beyoncé. we are excited to announce the GOOD also continues and now to BRAZIL!!!!

We are honored to extend our support to local entrepreneurs.

Applications are NOW open for MICRO-ENTREPRENEURS and MICROENTERPRISES to apply for R$25K grants. Must be able to substantiate financial hardship and the business must be in or around São Paulo.

São Paulo is said to be emerging as a leading business hub and considered the best city in Brazil to start or expand a business. We expect that the Black Parade Route to ignite growth and new opportunities in this thriving Brazilian business center.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY NOW. Submissions close at midnight Eastern Time on Wednesday, December 6th. Applications are accessible in English and Portuguese.

Tina Knowles Claps Back at 'Ignorant, Racist' Comments About Beyoncé's Film Premiere Look

Klaudia//December 2, 2023
Tina Knowles has strong words for social media users who criticized Beyoncé’s complexion and styling at the premiere of her Renaissance World Tour concert film.

On Tuesday, Knowles, 69, shared a lengthy Instagram post calling out those who accused her daughter, 42, of “lightening her skin.” The caption was coupled with a video of Beyoncé throughout the years. However, the cover shot was at the center of the debate.

“Came across this today and decided to post it after seeing all of the stupid ignorant self, hating racist statements about her, lightening her skin, and wearing platinum hair wanting to be white,” Knowles began in the upload, which was set to Beyoncé’s song “Brown Skin Girl.”

The main image on the post was a picture of the Grammy winner at the Los Angeles premiere of her Renaissance World Tour concert film at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater on Saturday night.

Standing in front of a silver backdrop for pictures at the event, Beyoncé wore a custom silver chainmail gown by Versace. She accessorized the look with matching silver opera gloves and silver heeled sandals.

The "Break My Soul" singer also rocked platinum, long blonde hair styled in a sleek middle part.

Knowles’ message continued, condemning those who entertained a "stupid narrative with hate and jealousy.”

Flannels launches new 'Renaissance' pop-up for release of Beyoncé's concert film

Klaudia//December 2, 2023
Flannels has once again partnered with Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment for a special pop-up with official apparel and exclusive installations to celebrate the release of the singer’s new ‘Renaissance’ film.

It follows a debut earlier this year which saw the retailer’s Oxford Street flagship, Flannels X, transform into a viral shopping and discovery experience in line with the five-night London residency of Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance World Tour’ in May 2023.

The retailer now returns with an amplified iteration of the shopping concept that drove around-the-block queues the first time around, with the highly-anticipated release of ‘Renaissance: A film by Beyoncé’ once again about to drive a concert-inspired fashion craze among fans.

The new ‘Renaissance’ pop-up lands in Flannels stores in London, Liverpool and Sheffield today, 1 December – when the film goes on general release – before arriving in Belfast on 14 December.

The concept is inspired by Beyoncé’s ‘Renaissance’ fashion extravaganza, and is a nod to the “disco cowgirls and alien superstars” who united in their droves across 39 cities and 56 shows to take part in “the year’s biggest party”.

Now, in line with its own festive creative concept ‘We Are The Party’, the selected four Flannels flagship stores will become a one-stop destination for fans to immerse themselves once again in the Renaissance spirit.

"Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé" Premiere in Los Angeles

Klaudia//November 26, 2023
Beyoncé brought Renaissance to the big screen on Saturday night, premiering her new concert film at a star-studded event in Beverly Hills.

The premiere, which took place at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Samuel Goldwyn Theater and included a dress code of “cozy opulence”, featured a chrome carpet followed by a screening of the movie. Guests were invited to take photos on the glitzy step-and-repeat — which featured Renaissance film artwork — and participate in several other photos ops, including posing with Beyoncé’s signature silver horse.

Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett, along with Janelle Monáe, Issa Rae, Lizzo, Halle and Chloe Bailey, Lupita Nyong’o, Tyler Perry, Niecy Nash-Betts, Gabrielle Union, Ava DuVernay, Lena Waithe, Kris Jenner, Robin Thede, Jeremy Pope, Laverne Cox, Marsai Martin, Coco Jones, Beyoncé dancers Les Twins and her parents, Tina and Mathew Knowles, were among the stars who walked the carpet. Following arrivals, attendees were brought inside the theater, where phones were locked up.

Beyoncé herself did not formally walk the carpet, but snuck in and out of the screening with her family once the lights went out. Inside the event, the starry group of guests mingled before the movie started, but once it began, stayed in their seats and left the dancing for the screen. Attendees were also given Renaissance-branded popcorn tins and soda cups, as well as a sample of the star’s new perfume.

Beyoncé and Other Iconic Women Take Their Place at the Smithsonian

Klaudia//November 21, 2023
She is already known to her millions of fans as “Queen Bey.” So, it’s fitting that, in her likeness that now hangs at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter wears a golden crown that seems to emanate from her forehead.

The glossy 3.5-foot-high portrait from a 2018 Vogue cover story—the singer’s fourth—is historic: It was the first cover shoot in the magazine’s 126-year history to be done by a Black photographer. The artist, Tyler Mitchell, was just 23 when he shot the image titled See Your Halo.

It will likely be one of the most popular, and certainly one of the most recognizable, images in a recently opened showcase of newly acquired works at the National Portrait Gallery, alongside the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who can be seen in a stately 2020 cast made from the 2013 original by Meredith Bergmann, sculptor of the Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument in New York’s Central Park.

When the Portrait Gallery opened more than a half-century ago, just 17 percent of its collection represented women—either as subjects or creators. That number has roughly doubled since then, museum officials say. The new exhibition, “Recent Acquisitions,” does its best to elevate those numbers by concentrating on women subjects and artists.

The 21 recently acquired works in a variety of media, alongside two commissions, showcase what Rhea L. Combs, the museum’s director of curatorial affairs, calls the “diverse contributions by women represented in our collection as artists or as sitters from across disciplines and time periods, as well as the museum’s commitment to telling those wide-ranging stories.”

Beyoncé's Concert Film Could Top A Tom Cruise Box Office Record

Klaudia//November 21, 2023
Beyoncé's much-anticipated concert film, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, was always going to be huge, from the moment it was first announced this fall. Now, early projections show just how big it may be when it finally hits theaters early next month, enough to help it make history.

Projections for its starting sum have it opening with $20 million as it hits theaters on December 1, according to Deadline.

The movie demonstrated its potential success at the box office when tickets were first put on sale weeks ago. First-day pre-sales for Beyoncé's latest music-related film since Black Is King reached between $6 million to $7 million back in October. That early indicator hinted at the movie's widespread appeal and showed that the stage had been set—pun intended—for a triumphant debut.

To contextualize the expected opening weekend figure for the forthcoming Beyoncé’s new picture, the record for the biggest opening weekend for a film in early December still belongs to Tom Cruise’s The Last Samurai. That movie launched with $24.2 million in 2003, and nothing has been able to beat it since.

If Beyoncé had opened her latest full-length feature this past weekend, it would have ranked as the second-highest-grossing movie in America. The singer’s concert film would have come in behind The Marvels, which arrived with $46 million—a disappointing low for a Marvel picture. In second comes Five Nights at Freddy's at $9 million.

James Fauntleroy Talks Working With Beyoncé

Klaudia//November 18, 2023
In a wide-ranging conversation with Billboard, James Fauntleroy discusses working with Beyoncé:

Now, I would be remiss if I didn’t ask this since you do sing “Sleigh like Beyoncé” in the song, so have you worked with Queen Bey recently?

The last thing we did was that song with Nas and Jay-Z . I sang the hook. That was the first song I ever put out that I didn’t write, actually. They sent that to me done already and just asked me to put my voice on it and Beyoncé at the end which sounds epic.

As I was saying earlier about service, it’s really to make whoever is playing Beyoncé, the listener who is Beyoncé in that moment, have the opportunity to feel that. I’m always gon f–k with Beyoncé on whatever s–t she’s doing, but the idea came into my mind because of what she represents.

Since that Nas song, I’ve worked on some s–t for her, I’ll say. But nobody knows what’s coming out except for her, so I really have no idea.