Beyonce's latest self-titled, rule-breaking album is so personal it led us right into her bedroom.
Songs like "Drunk in Love," "Rocket" and "Partition" are frank in their celebration of a healthy sex life, and the accompanying music videos are just as risqué.
For those used to Queen Bey wearing a "Halo," her embrace of raunchier themes was probably a shock. But to the singer, reveling in her womanhood was a necessary - and liberating - change of pace.
Blue Ivy must be proud.
The famous toddler's parents, Jay Z and Beyoncé, are 2013's highest-earning celebrity couple, according to Forbes magazine.
Nothing can stop Beyoncé in the middle of a show - not even being nearly pulled off-stage by a fan.
During a recent performance in Sao Paulo, Brazil, an overzealous fan tried to physically remove the star from her perch atop the stage as she sang "Irreplaceable."
A rep for Beyonce has set the record straight regarding reports she performed this past weekend for a relative of Kazakhstan’s president.
According to The New York Times rapper Kanye West gave a performance as part of the wedding celebration of the grandson of President Nursultan Nazarbayev. British publication "The Independent" reported that "Human Rights Watch has singled out Kazakhstan for its 'serious and deteriorating human rights situation.'" West has not spoken publicly about the alleged performance.
Perhaps a certain "fan" changed Beyoncé's mind about long hair.
The 31-year-old singer, whose long flowing locks were accidentally caught in a stage fan during a concert in July, has debuted a chic, short new hairstyle.
This is what the kids mean when they call someone a "Stan."
That terminology for a super fan surely can be used in regards to the gentleman in a viral video which shows him pretty much freaking out when Beyonce touches him during her concert.
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