As Trayvon Martin protests erupted across the nation, Beyoncé paid tribute to the teen over the weekend, asking concertgoers to share in a moment of silence at her "Mrs. Carter" show in Nashville."I'd like to have a moment of silence for Trayvon," Bey told the crowd before singing Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” and transitioning into her hit “Halo.”
Mathew Knowles was married last Sunday, but daughters Beyoncé and Solange were not in attendance, TMZ has learned.
Superstar Beyoncé opened the first annual BET Experience music festival in L.A. and debuted the U.S. leg of her “Mrs. Carter Show” tour.
The BET Experience also featured Mike Epps and Erykah Badu on Friday, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole and will end with the BET Awards and a show by R. Kelly on Sunday.
Superstar Beyoncé shared some adorable pics on Tumblr of her 18-month-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
Don’t mess with the Bootylicious one! A concertgoer slapped Beyoncé on her bottom while she was performing in Copenhagen this weekend... and was scolded by the superstar.
Beyoncé pregnancy rumors went into overdrive this week when the singer was forced to cancel a show due to “exhaustion.” Now, E! News claims the baby buzz is true, saying multiple sources have confirmed that Bey has a bun in the oven.remained mum on the pending stork delivery.
As part of the "Chime for Change" campaign, presented by Gucci, the concert will be broadcast to millions across the globe and in the US on June 2.
The campaign advocates for improved education, health and justice for women and girls worldwide. Watch a PSA with celebs Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry and Julia Roberts!
James Franco, Blake Lively and Jada Pinkett Smith were also announced as presenters of this four-hour, star-studded show.
Beyoncé, who is the concert’s artistic director and a Chime for Change co-founder, said, “I am really happy that so many amazing artists have come together to support 'Chime for Change' on 1 June. Our goal is to have a great time together while we unite and strengthen the voices of girls and women around the world.”
For info on tickets for the concert at London's Twickenham Stadium, go to ChimeforChange.org!