Singing superstar Beyoncé had to cancel her “Mrs. Carter World Tour” concert in Belgium on Tuesday because of dehydration and exhaustion. Bey’s rep told AP she has been advised by her doctors to rest, but she plans to reschedule the show.
Beyoncé pregnancy rumors are running wild after she appeared to be covering up a baby bump at the Met Gala in NYC last week and recently on her world tour.
Superstar Beyoncé kicked off her “Mrs. Carter Show” world tour on Monday in Belgrade, Serbia, and showed off some of her glamorous wardrobe.
For more information on Beyoncé’s tour, visit her official website!
In the ad called “Mirrors,” Bey encounters previous versions of herself, including “Bootylicious” Beyoncé, “Crazy in Love” Beyoncé and “Single Ladies” Beyoncé. A dance-off ensues, while the singer takes a sip of Pepsi to help her through the routine.
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Congratulations also go to the multi-hyphenate entertainer on Thursday, as she celebrates five years of marriage to husband Jay-Z.
The Supreme Court review of California's Prop 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act has a number of A-list celebrities lending their support to the marriage equality issue.
Superstar Beyoncé is Shape magazine’s April cover girl, with a candid interview about losing the weight after giving birth to baby girl Blue Ivy, and working her curves for the camera.
To read the complete interview with Beyoncé, pick up a copy of the April issue of Shape, on newsstands now.
Beyoncé’s fans love her new single that she shared on her website, “Bow Down/I Been On,” but singer Keyshia Cole isn’t impressed.
Cole took to her Twitter account on Monday to express particular offense at one of the song’s lyrics, in which Bey sings, "This is my sh*t, bow down, b*tches."
Cole continued, "First 'Women need to Stick together' now b*tches better Bow," she continued. "Smh. But it's all G! Chicks stay shooting the sh*t…"
Some Hollywood A-listers and political figures -- including Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Kim Kardashian and First Lady Michelle Obama -- are victims of a hacker who has posted their detailed financial information online on a mysterious website.TMZ reports that the website, which is not being named, posted Social Security numbers, mortgage amounts, credit card info, car loans, banking and other information. Other celebs and politicians affected included Ashton Kutcher, Sarah Palin, Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Mel Gibson and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.