Destiny’s Child is reuniting for a surprise performance at an awards show.
We’re told Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland will make an appearance at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards in Las Vegas at the Orleans Arena on Saturday, where Michelle Williams is up for several awards.
The girl-power trio is set to open the awards ceremony with a performance, said a source, and that has sparked whispers from insiders about a reunion tour.
But a rep for Beyoncé said there “is no truth to the rumor of a Destiny’s Child reunion tour”.
The girl group last performed together for Beyoncé’s 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.
The show, co-hosted by Rickey Smiley, airs Easter Sunday on TV One.
Beyonce is collaboration with longtime fashion designer Giuseppe Zanotti! Many times, Bey has been spotted wearing things from Zanotti’s collections, my favorite being the boots she wore at the 2010 Grammys during her performance.
An artist that goes by the name of Beyoncé, also has her first shoe in collaboration with Zanotti coming out, scheduled for release within one or two weeks. “I’m doing a shoe with Beyoncé right now,” Giuseppe tells me while showing me an image of a sketch, from his phone. I’m not able to see what the final product will turn out like exactly, but going by the sketch, Beyoncé has a thing for ultra thick platform stilettos. “Beyoncé has very clear ideas – she knows exactly what she wants. The thing which she then also has over other celebrities, is that she has an amazing voice. She’s incredibly talented and she’s an amazing dancer – she’s complete. Few are like Beyoncé,” the designer says about the multiple Grammy award-winning artist he has known ever since her Destiny’s Child days. “I’m working on finalizing the shoe with her stylist right now. And Beyoncé will then say what she likes and what she doesn’t like. It will be one shoe only,” Zanotti concludes with regards to the shoe that will certainly get the BeyHive craving.
Spring 2015 — After the worldwide success of her best-selling fragrance Heat, which debuted in 2010, Beyonce introduces her newest fragrance Heat Wild Orchid.
A SPELLBOUND SCENT
Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid is an enticing, mouth-watering fragrance that emits a fierce, feminine energy. Created in collaboration with Firmenich Perfumer Honorine Blanc, it both invites and intoxicates those who encounter it. At the heart of it all is the Butterfly Orchid, believed to have magical aphrodisiac qualities, which gives the scent its exotic signature. It is enveloped by an addictive melange of fruits, florals and woods to create a captivating and memorable scent.
The fragrance opens with a tantalizing trio of Pomegranate, Coconut Water and Boysenberry giving the scent a sparkling allure. In the heart, a distinctive floral duo of Honeysuckle and Blooming Magnolia frame the Butterfly Orchid to create a brilliant and bold bouquet. The base showcases simmering, sexy notes of Blonde Woods, Skin Musks and Gilded Amber adding to its sensuality.
Top Notes: Pomegranate, Coconut Water, Boysenberry
Middle Notes: Butterfly Orchid, Honeysuckle, Blooming Magnolia
Bottom Notes: Blonde Woods, Skin Musks, Gilded Amber
The signature vintage glass flacon for the Beyonce Heat collection, mimicking the sensual curves of a woman’s body, features the color of the year… the vibrant Radiant Orchid. The top of the bottle is wrapped in a gold band inscribed with Beyonce’s name at its graceful neck. The secondary packaging celebrates the beauty and sensuality of the Butterfly Orchid intertwined with black organza and finished with a sophisticated embossed gold logo and emblematic B for Beyonce.
Beyonce has once again collaborated with legendary photographer Michael Thompson to create a stunning print campaign that communicates the captivating message of Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid. Beyonce strikes a seductive pose in a sexy, beaded dress surrounded by Wild Orchids and flowing organza fabric.
Eau de Parfum
100ml/3.4 oz. $59
50ml/1.7 oz. $49
30ml/1.0 oz. $39
15ml/0.5 oz $20
Beyonce Heat Wild Orchid will be available starting Spring 2015. It is the fifth fragrance in the award-winning Beyonce Heat fragrance franchise.
The pair dined on vegan fare at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood but we have a feeling Jay was paying more attention to his wife than to the food …
The pop goddess wore her hair in loose curls and wore a denim pencil skirt with a chambray button down — completely unbuttoned — carrying a black leather bucket bag. Guess Bey was feeling frisky today!
Knowles recently announced she’d launch a vegan food delivery service so maybe she was doing some research for her new business, loading up on some of the best healthy meatless food in LA.
Hey, Queen Bey is living proof that you’re not starving yourself by eating vegan — you can still keep your voluptuous curves! Lawd have mercy!
Check out the photos in the gallery by clicking on the thumbnails below.
World Stop….Carry On! At least that’s how it felt when Beyonce stepped onto the scene at the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party. Once it was announced that Solange would DJ at the Governor’s Oscar Party, we just knew Beyonce and Jay would be making their rounds. And they did. Draped in all white, Beyonce partied hard with her sister beside her at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party. She even stopped to take photos with old co-stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Adrien Brody, Academy Award Winner Lupita Nyong’o, and danced the night away with her sister Solange! Check out the photos in the gallery.
I don’t pop molly. I rock Tom Ford! Beyonce and Jay hit the scene of A-Listers last night of course. The Carters attended the Tom Ford Autumn Fashion Show. Dressed in all black, Beyonce wore a dress from the Tom Ford Spring 2014 Collection matched with a Tom Ford Square Snake Heads Clutch in black. (credit yoncefashionpl)
While we’ve got your attention, allow us to give you a little knowledge. Being that it is Black History Month, we decided to give you a little insight on an artist that Beyonce herself has also, recently posted about. Hank Willis Thomas.
Conceptual artist Hank Willis Thomas uses photography to explore issues of identity, history, race, and class. Inspired by the works of Carrie Mae Weems, Lorna Simpson, and his mother, photographer Deborah Willis, he employs language and familiar imagery to address issues that are often overlooked in our pop culture-obsessed, consumerist culture. Appropriated print advertisements from 1968—a landmark year in the Civil Rights Movement—are stripped of their context to open up questions of cultural stereotypes and the way the media perpetuates them, while in the series “Branded” he inverts the work, adding contemporary ad copy to provocative images. “In recent years I have approached my art practice assuming the role of a visual culture archaeologist,” Thomas has said. “I am interested in the ways that popular imagery informs how people perceive themselves and others around the world.”
To see more of this artists’ work, and learn more about who the artist is, check out his section at Artsy.net. #BeyInspired
In 2013, Beyonce shot commercial and ads for L’Oreal’s Feria & Infallible campaigns. We have added some exclusive outtakes from the shoots’ set. Make sure you check them out in the gallery.
In case you forgot…
Completely Unbothered! At least that’s how it seems, being that The Carters were spotted out and about in New York City, in the middle of a winter storm. The couple met up with legendary Murder Inc head honcho, Irv Gotti. If you recall, Irv had kind of let the cat out of the bag in Nov. 2013, when he started tweeting #DrunkLove, referring to the couple’s smash single, prior to it being released. I wonder if this will fuel the fire of an upcoming duet album that Detail was talking about last week? Only time will tell! Until then, check out the photos in our gallery.
Beyonce took the stage tonight at the Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life – An All-Star GRAMMY Salute, to perform for the legend that is known as Stevie Wonder. In a clip posted on instagram, she is seen singing, “Higher Ground“. The show airs Monday, Feb 16, 2015 on CBS at 9PM EST. Until then check out the photos in the gallery.
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