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Beyoncé To Perform At Michael Jackson Tribute Show Via Satellite

Klaudia//August 24, 2011
Beyoncé has confirmed that she will be performing via satellite at the Michael Jackson tribute concert in October. The concert will see the "Best Thing I Never Had" singer take on a Jackson 5 track, with her contribution explained on the Michael Forever Facebook tribute page: "A unique, never-before-seen performance by Beyoncé of one of her favourite Jackson 5 songs will be shown at the concert. A lifelong Michael fan, Beyoncé really wanted to be involved in this tribute concert. Due to scheduling issues she can't be there in person, but this performance is not to be missed." The star-studded concert, which will be held at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on October 8, will also feature performances by Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera, Smokey Robinson, Craig David, JLS, Alien Ant Farm and Leona Lewis. The concert is being organized by Jackson's mother Katherine and supported by Jackson's siblings Tito, Marlon, Jackie and La Toya Jackson.

Beyoncé Wraps Up "4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé"

Klaudia//August 20, 2011
Beyoncé finished the last of her "4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé" last night at New York's famed Roseland Ballroom. The fans, the famous and the press all drew the same conclusion: Beyoncé Dazzled! Three nights of rain could not dampen the enthusiasm of the fans who formed a predictable line around the entire block of the historic venue for each show from the wee hours of the morning. Among the stars who came out to the sold out shows were Jay-Z, Sir Paul McCartney, Russell Simmons, Diddy, Lady Gaga, Maxwell, Jennifer Hudson, Mary Mary, The Dream, Ne-Yo and songwriter Diane Warren. During the last night's show, Beyonce announced that it was being filmed for a DVD!

Lady Gaga Attends Beyoncé’s New York Show

Klaudia//August 19, 2011
Lady Gaga and Beyoncé’s friendship is no secret. The “YoĂĽ and I” singer cheered on her “Honey B” during the third of her four sold-out shows at Roseland Ballroom in New York City last night. Gaga dressed in all black for the occasion, holding court in the balcony with Jay-Z, Maxwell, and Jennifer Hudson. Check out the photos from last night's show below.

4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé - Show 2

Klaudia//August 17, 2011
Beyoncé wrapped up night two last night of her sold out "4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé" residency at Roseland Ballroom in New York. She performed songs from her album "4" in the 3,500 standing room only famed venue. The stars all came out to watch her perform with Diddy, The Dream, Jay-Z, Russell Simmons, Adrienne Bailon, Ne-Yo, and Erica Campbell (Mary Mary) all in attendance for last night's show.

Beyonce: 'Intimate Night' at the Roseland Ballroom!

Klaudia//August 15, 2011
Beyonce performs at the first show of her special “4 Intimate Nights With Beyonce” concert held at the Roseland Ballroom on Sunday (August 14) in New York City. The 29-year-old entertainer performed the history of her entire career - from losing Star Search to getting dropped by a record label, to the beginning of Destiny’s Child. Beyonce then sang the entire collection of her latest album, 4. “Thank you so much for tonight. It’s taken a lot of hard work to get me where I am,” Bey expressed before the show came to an end. “This has been a very special night for me. I searched the world and I found myself. All of you guys have been my inspiration.”


Harper's Bazaar article

Klaudia//August 12, 2011
Even before Beyonce Knowles enters the imperial suite at the Ritz in Paris for her final shot, there are epic overtones to the scene: the mishmash of Louis XIV opulence and Napoleonic swagger adorned with sphinxes, griffons and winged chimeras under a ceiling six metres high. But when she finally makes her entrance, over six feet tall in Louboutins and Gucci, far from being dwarfed by such a grandeur, Beyoncé looks terrifying. She sashays towards the balcony, pausing at a mirror to stare unflinchingly at what she sees; she steps out onto the balcony, revealing herself to the awe-struck people in the Place Venedome below. One arm punches the sky in a Delacroix's liberty leading the people mode (one of the dance moves from her single 'Run The World (Girls)', from four her fourth album), as if inciting all her female fans to world domination. A signal met with both impassioned wails - 'Bey-on-say on vous adore!' 'Bey-on-say: s'il vous plait!' - and courteous applause. For a moment she holds her iconic statue pose, then tumbles giggling back into the room, tugging at her heels. 'Oh my gosh' she exclaims as she pulls them off. 'They're so polite in Paris'. The 'iconic' circles the global phenomenon that is Beyonce Knowles: the most successful US artist of the Noughties (since going solo in 2003) and one of the best selling female artists of all time. Singer, songwriter, producer, actress philanthropist, multi-tasking being; she is less performer that quasi-religious force, named by Forbes this year as one of the worlds 10 most powerful women; and she only just now turning 30. 'This is such a pivotal moment in my life,' she tells me excitedly when we adjourn to another elaborate room of the Ritz, this one is a replica of Marie Antoinette's bedroom in Versailles. 'I'm transitioning as a woman, and I'm finally able to express myself as I am'.

Beyoncé To Perform '4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé'

Klaudia//August 6, 2011
Beyoncé will take the stage at New York's famed Roseland Ballroom for four nights of special performances this month. The set on each night of the 4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé concerts will be the entire collection of her critically acclaimed album, 4. For these four special nights, August 14, 16, 18 and 19, Beyoncé will perform her new songs to a standing room only audience. Described by music critics as her most accomplished work yet, genre busting, bold and vibrant, 4 is a platform for the star to stretch her musical tastes and showcase her pitch-perfect voice. "What matters to Beyoncé is actually the music," states NPR. And The New York Times calls her "relentlessly perfect." General ticket sales begin at 1PM EST on August 10 at Ticketmaster. Tickets for the the first concert date, August 14, will be available at starting at 1PM EST. Tickets for the August 16 concert date will be available for purchase starting at 2PM EST; August 18 concert tickets will be available at 3PM EST. Tickets for the final concert on August 19 will be available at 4PM EST. Citi®, the official credit card of 4 Intimate Nights With Beyoncé, will offer its members presale tickets beginning at Noon EST on Wednesday, August 10 through the Citi Private Pass® Program.

Beyoncé to Perform on ‘The View’ and ‘Jimmy Fallon’ This Week

Klaudia//July 26, 2011
Beyoncé is ramping up her promo in the U.S. The music superstar has been booked to perform on two talk shows this week. B will chat with the ladies of “The View” on Thursday and perform “Best Thing I Never Had” and “1+1” off her chart-topping album 4, which is currently No. 5 in the country. Later that same evening, she will stop by NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to once again sing “Best Thing I Never Had,” but this time she will be backed by house band The Roots.

Beyonce loses voice on TV special

Klaudia//July 16, 2011
R&B superstar Beyonce was forced to cut short a special TV concert taping on Thursday after she began losing her voice. The singer began filming A Night With Beyonce at a London studio on Wednesday, belting out hits such as Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It), Crazy In Love, Irreplaceable and Halo, as well as songs from her latest album 4. She shot the second half of the hour-long show for U.K. network ITV on Thursday, performing new tracks including 1+1, Party and Run The World (Girls). But she had to call time on the set after struggling to maintain her powerful voice towards the end of the gig, blaming her lack of rest, and apologised to fans in the audience for making Countdown her last song of the night. Sources tell WENN she then enlisted the help of her devotees to sing the chorus, before exiting the stage to rousing applause and cheers. Earlier in the day, Beyonce treated her waiting fans to free pizza to show her appreciation for their support. Attendees began lining up outside the studio doors hours before showtime to ensure they got prime seats for the intimate show. A Night With Beyonce is due to air in the U.K. later this year.

Beyoncé asked Annie Lennox to duet at Glastonbury

Klaudia//July 6, 2011
Beyoncé invited Annie Lennox to duet with her at Glastonbury, it has emerged. The former Destiny's Child singer, who sang her solo and group hits and covers at the music festival last weekend, was turned down by musician Lennox because she had a back injury and could not perform on stage. 'Walking on Broken Glass' singer Lennox told Capital FM reporter Kevin Hughes about the invitation. Beyoncé covered Kings of Leon, Prince and Alanis Morissette during a Pyramid Stage performance at Glastonbury. After the set, she said: "This night was a dream. I felt like a rock star, and the crowd, they looked like rock stars, and I'm just so honoured, really. This is... the highlight of my career." In December last year, Lennox named Beyoncé as one of her favourite singers, together with Shakira, Whitney Houston and Aretha Franklin.