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Beyoncé shatters most-liked Instagram photo record

Klaudia//February 2, 2017
Beyoncé‘s surprise pregnancy news has set a new Instagram record.

The singer, who announced she was expecting twins with husband Jay Z on Wednesday, received 6.4 million likes and over 339,000 comments on her baby bump photo, less than eight hours after it was posted.

Within the first hour, it had over 2.4 million likes and 166,000 comments.

Queen Bey’s baby post surpasses previous record holder Selena Gomez‘s photo — of herself drinking Coca-Cola with the lyrics “You’re the Spark” from her hit song “Me & The Rhythm” on the bottle — which collected 6.3 million likes since last June.

Similarly on Twitter, the BeyHive were in a frenzy.

Within 45 minutes of Beyoncé making her pregnancy announcement, there were over half a million tweets about the baby news.

By 1:54 p.m. E.T., or within 15 minutes of the announcement, there were over 17,000 tweets sent per minute about Beyonce’s post, according to the social media platform.

In addition, “twins” was the top trend on Twitter, with “Beyonce,” “Blue” and “Beyhive” also trending.

Beyonce talks to NY Times about her mother

Klaudia//January 21, 2017
For sisters in the public eye, Beyoncé and Solange Knowles have managed to resist the siren call to overshare the minutiae of their personal lives. But there is one topic they are happy to gush about: their mother, Tina Knowles Lawson.

In the January issue of Interview magazine, Solange is interviewed by Beyoncé and waxes lyrical about how their mother “always taught us to be in control of our voice and our bodies and our work.” Last June, when accepting the fashion icon award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Beyoncé dedicated it to her “fabulous and beautiful” mother.

And in November, when Solange appeared on “Saturday Night Live,” a backstage video posted on Instagram, showing the singer carried by Mom and Big Sis, caused the internet to let out a collective “aww.”

Ms. Lawson, 63, now finds herself in a newfound role as an artistic bridge between two of 2016’s most critically lauded albums: “Lemonade,” Beyoncé’s fiery visual album that is up for nine nods at the Grammy Awards next month, and “A Seat at the Table,” Solange’s spare and poetic R&B record, which topped Pitchfork’s best-album list last year. In October, her daughters made history when they became the first sisters to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in the same year.

Beyonce Sent a Gift to Olivia Wilde's Son

Klaudia//January 14, 2017
Beyonce made one two-year-old boy's dreams come true.

Olivia Wild and Jason Sudeikis' son, Otis, is already a big Queen Bey fan, and upon hearing about her little admirer, the 35-year-old singer sent him a gift.

While on Watch What Happens Live on Thursday, Sudeikis shared that while Otis has yet to meet Beyonce, she did send him "a signed photo for his second birthday," which the 41-year-old actor admitted was "pretty adorable."

"His 2nd birthday was a Beyonce-themed party," Sudeikis told host Andy Cohen. "It was great."

Back in March, Wilde also talked about her son's fondness for Bey on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "His love for Beyonce has really hit a fever pitch, and I approve of course, but it's intense," she quipped. "He is absolutely in love with her."

Beyoncé Interviews Solange for Interview Magazine

Klaudia//January 10, 2017
It's difficult to keep in mind the effort, the control required to make music that feels as graceful and cool as Solange's A Seat at the Table—especially when it's playing anywhere within earshot. All and everyone it touches just seems to groove in its glow. But does that deceptive ease, that seamlessness, on a jam like "Weary," for example, ring somewhat differently when we know it is a Knowles joint? For so long, and perhaps right up until the release of A Seat last September, and because the media can only think in archetypes or binaries, apparently, Solange was often cast in contrast to her big sister, Beyoncé-Solange as the groovy Dionysian hipster to Bey's Apollonian majesty. And, to be fair, while Beyoncé was making perfectly manicured pop marvels, Solange was more apt to drop a funky progressive EP, as she did with the freaky-good True, from 2012. She was, by definition, making popular music—and was then, as she remains, among the more thoughtful and direct songwriters out there—but she certainly sought out the woollier hinterlands of the genre, working with Grizzly Bear's Chris Taylor, Mark Ronson, and even Andy Samberg's comedy trio the Lonely Island.

There are some great cameos on A Seat, too (Lil Wayne for the win), but it's the restraint that creates drama throughout the record. Excepting the interludes of mini-monologues from Solange's parents and from Master P (!), the tracks on A Seat, each written and co-produced by Solange, are as tight and polished as cue balls. It seems notable that, in a year full of unparalleled turmoil and tragedy, when sexuality, race, gender, and identity politics were the slowly moving, if molten hot, tectonic plates of American culture, the tenor of A Seat at the Table is one of extraordinary, almost chilly poise. There is a severity in Solange's seeming serenity, as she sings on "F.U.B.U.," for instance, about commercial and cultural appropriation of black culture; there is a rigor to her composure. But that anaerobic tension makes for all the more seductive a re-listen and re-listen and re-listen.

Beyoncé, Kelly & Michelle Do the Mannequin Challenge

Klaudia//November 7, 2016
If you don’t know what the Mannequin Challenge is, let Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams teach you all about it. On Monday, Kelly shared Destiny’s Child’s take on what the cool kids have been doing on the Internet as of late. The premise is simple: stop whatever it is you’re doing and freeze while someone goes around filming you and your friends. Have some music playing in the background. The popular choice seems to be Rae Sremmurd’s “Black Beatles” but Beyoncé and company opted for Lauryn Hill’s “Every Ghetto, Every City.” Anything works, really!