The pop and R & star known as Beyonce has surprised young fans at Target. It was a certain bunch of kids today that got to meet the powerful singer, it wasn’t so much the bargains, it was meeting one of their favorite performers. It occurred in East Harlem in New York City this afternoon.
The 29-year-old Beyonce got all glammed up to help celebrate the store’s one-year anniversary with kids from the local Boys & Girls Club.
In addition to greeting her admirers with a warm hug, B’ joined them, dancing to her latest hit, “Countdown.”
Good Morning America Summer Concert Series
Run The World
Best Thing I Never Had
Good Morning America Summer Concert Series part 2 (4/7) bee pakai baju hitam, bukan live kot
Good Morning America Summer Concert Series (part2)
With Beyonce’s new album, ‘4’ set to debut at #1 in over 14 countries, I think it was only fitting that she gave us a sneak peek into what went into making, what I feel will become a classic Beyonce album to add to her already impressive catalog. Check out the full documentary below, where the international superstar chronicles exactly what went into creating her highly anticipated fourth album.
That was absolutely incredible, the documentary shined a brand new light on how important this album was to her and shows just how much she is in control her career and the legacy she is creating.
Beyoncé rehearses a performance of “Proud to be an American”
In this NBC exclusive, Beyoncé rehearses a performance of “Proud to be an American” for NBC’s Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular. It’s one of two songs she will perform exclusively on the broadcast in front of the Statue of Liberty.
It looks like Beyonce's "4" album is going to hold at No. 1 for a second week on the Billboard 200, as a serious lack of high-powered new releases won't post a threat to the diva's station atop the list.
Beyonce's "4" bowed at No. 1 this past week with 310,000 according to Nielsen SoundScan -- marking the leading lady's fourth solo No. 1 album.
Penjualan album mengikut satu - satu lagu kat South Korea Gaon International Chart
#2 Best Thing I Never Had (Single Version) - 109,132
#5 Best Thing I Never Had (Album Version) - 63,013
Total this week for Best Thing I Never Had: 172,145
#4 Love on Top - 90,000
#25 1+1 - 18,263
#26 End of Time - 18,222
#29 Party - 17,460
#34 I Miss You - 16,032
#35 I Care - 15,816
#37 Rather Die Young - 15,161
#40 Countdown - 14,897
#43 Start Over - 14,192
#44 I Was Here - 14,173
#47 Run the World (Girls) - 13,157
Beyoncé has promoted her latest album 4 by projecting images from the LP across London.
The singer, who topped the charts with the record last week, cast the album's artwork on a number of the city's landmarks, including Madame Tussauds and Battersea Power Station.
The star's fourth studio set entered at number one last Sunday after selling 31,000 copies, and is on course to spend a second week at the chart summit following her well-received performance at this year's Glastonbury festival.
The record's second cut, called 'Best Thing I Never Had', also entered the official singles chart at number three.
YOU HAVE to feel a mite sorry for those poor acts billed to perform at Oxegen at the same time as Beyonce was onstage. When it comes to pulling an audience, she was this year’s Oxegen queenpin.
Everyone, it seems, is here to see her as the biggest crowd of the weekend gather at the main stage.
She and her all-female band don’t put a foot wrong, despite the considerable handicap of sporting vertiginous heels. Her set is primed with hits, full of fantastic, familiar tunes capable of turning a big field in Co Kildare into a bouncy disco.
Indeed, it’s like the tracklisting for a prospective Greatest Hits album: Crazy In Love, Single Ladies, Halo, Irreplaceable, Baby Boy and a string of tunes from the Destiny’s Child back-catalogue.
Beyonce herself is quickly becoming an old pro at this game of playing gigs in a big field. The only time a look of confusion comes over her face is when the field start chanting “Ole Ole Ole” at her.
Then, there’s the matter of the attendance. Promoters MCD claimed an attendance of “over 80,000” on yesterday evening, with a significant influx of Sunday day-trippers to see Beyonce and Coldplay.
From hip-hop to pop, a graceful, and grateful, diva stays on top
Even when she was only a third of the girl group Destiny's Child, many had a feeling she was just that—the one destined for stardom. Sure enough, after hauling in a cache of awards and selling millions of records with the group, she finally went solo, and Beyoncé Knowles—the Houston kid who sang "Imagine" at her first talent show at age 7—became simply, Beyoncé.
As divas go, she's been a doozy: becoming the first black woman to win ASCAP's Pop Songwriter of the Year Award; lighting up the big screen as Foxxy Cleopatra in Goldmember and a Diana Ross like warbler in Dreamgirls; making one of the best videos of all time, the sublime hip-shaker "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)." The cherry on the cake is her marriage to rap mogul Jay-Z, with whom she comprises the music industry's most powerful couple. Beauty, astonishing pipes, all the talent in the world—pretty much a no-brainer for destiny. "I'm so blessed to wake up every morning and do what I love," she said. "I don't take it for granted." Fans shouldn't either.
Crazy In Love
I Miss You
Beyoncé Treats UK Fans To Pizza
Devoted fans queued outside of a London studio earlier today awaiting the start of a taping session for an upcoming Beyoncé special (more on that later). Well aware that the fans were starved to see her, Beyoncé figured they might be hungry for more than just her performance, so she ordered them 200 pizzas and bottles of water while they waited for the doors to open.
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