The images definitely show the singer in a new light, but let’s not forget: While she might be one third of the royal family, she is human. This is all a part of the process and, despite all this, King Bey still looks amazing.
Plus, we don’t imagine she’ll be salty over these leaked photos. She’s expressed her distaste for Photoshop before—she was “outraged” when H&M attempted to retouch her photos back in May 2013.
UPDATE 2/18/2015: The Beyonce World, the site that posted the photos, has deleted the images following backlash from Bey’s Beehive.
“Due to the disdain of the BeyHive, we have removed the photos. We don’t want to cause any drama, nor do we wish to start fan wars. Some of the things we have seen posted were just horrible, and we don’t want any parts of it. We were just posting the photos to share the fact that our queen is naturally beautiful, at the same time she is just a regular woman.
Rihanna was spotted going home to her place rockin’ a black puffer coat and Alexander Wang platform boots. What do you think?….you feelin’ them?
Lupita Nyong’o posted a picture on Instagram of herself in a 1983 Lucky magazine photo shoot and if her mom, Dorothy, they are basically twins!! S he put this caption:
“Like mother (1983), like daughter (2015) #behindthescenes #OhToBeHalfTheWomanMyMumIs!,”
Radar Online reports,
Bruce Jenner is making a transformation to a woman and wants to show the world on TV. Sources say he has already living as a woman behind the walls of his Malibu home — and he’s ready to make even bigger changes!
An insider told Radar that Bruce is preparing to undergo gender reassignment surgery “in the next several months.”
“The decision wasn’t made overnight, but has been done thoughtfully over the past year,” the insider said. “After having his Adam’s apple removed, and beginning to take hormones, Bruce knew what he wanted to do.”
“He has been in counseling as required by the surgeon, and his doctor believes Bruce is psychologically prepared to become a woman,” the insider said.
Indeed, the source revealed, “Bruce has already been living as a woman behind closed doors at his Malibu house.”
“Bruce is ready to legally change his name too,” the source said. “He’ll change his entire identity, and will be recognized as a woman.”
Gabrielle Union says sat down with Yahoo News and got candid from her pre-nup that she requested to the comparison between Scandal and Being Mary Jane. Check out the excerpts below:
On if it bugs her that her show, Being Mary Jane, is often compared to Scandal:
“What bugs me is that they’re making the comparison because they’re both shows that star black women. It’s such apples and oranges. It’s like comparing True Detective and Law & Order — you would never do that. What it says is we need so much more diversity in TV. We need shows starring women of color or women of a certain age or women who aren’t a size 2. If that happens, the world isn’t going to end”.
On asking, husband, Dwyane Wade to sign a pre-nup:
“For women in Hollywood, when they’re coupling, everything is about the brand. Everything is about latching on to a rising star, so you can kick your heels up. That’s never been my story, ever. I make sure to let people know all of the hard work that’s gone into my career. I want people to know the work that it took to get through UCLA, that I had student loans and worked. I was eating Top Ramen and lived well below my means. Now that it’s time to get married to a man who happens to play basketball and has done well for himself, I want to make it clear that I have in no way hitched my wagon to his star. I have my own wagon and star.”
On Chris Rock’s recent article about how few black women there are in movies and television:
“I think it was part of a larger conversation about a lack of real inclusion in the casting process. They say, “We just went with the best candidate,” but if you’re never considered, you never have a chance. I don’t think people won’t tune in to True Detective if I was Colin Farrell’s wife, or if it was Eva Mendez or Viola Davis. He was pointing out if you look at the biggest films and television shows, there’s not a lot of diversity. The fact that there’s a massive controversy about [the new Star Wars having] a black Stormtrooper is crazy. It’s a made-up world. But in movies, even if you’re in an outer-space community, there’s no diversity. Damn, that says a lot”.
On the state of America after the Ferguson and Eric Garner cases:
“The general lack of compassion for your fellow man is really frustrating. I think what the protesters are saying, or at least some of them, is it’s not just about police brutality. It’s about a widespread systematic crippling of some people in this country by birthright, and no one’s acknowledging it. There may be a power shakeup if you’re really going to do something about it. A lot of people aren’t interested in that. They say, “It’s not that bad. We have Barack Obama. We’re good.” Or, “You’re not getting lynched.” They’re not acknowledging the institutional racism that impacts daily lives.”
On the NFL and domestic violence in the United States:
“The biggest thing is that the NFL is a business. It’s professional sports, and there are 55 guys on a team. If there’s one guy out of 55 who’s done something horrible, you can’t taint the other 54 with the same brush. But in the sense that a guy committing domestic violence received a less harsh penalty than players did for smoking weed, in that regard [NFL commissioner] Roger Goodell has failed miserably in bringing the NFL to a more enlightened time. If he’d talked to his customers, they’d much rather have Cheech and Chong on the field than the villain in a Tyler Perry movie. The NFL is a microcosm of all industries. Domestic violence affects Wall Street, teachers, and policemen. We have a lot of work to do as a league, but we also have a lot of work to do as a society”.
John Legend covers the latest issue of GQ Magazine with his beautiful super model wife Chrissy Teigen.
Amber was spotted on South Beach a** out doing a little jet skiing. And we love to see her have some fun in the water…IJS!
The Commercial reports,
Deborah Bland told the 125 Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. sisters at a re-dedication ceremony and luncheon at the Pine Bluff Country Club that the social climate was dark and turbulent when the organization was founded Jan. 13, 1913.
But out of the darkness and uncertainty of such times, “God has always allowed revolutionaries to emerge — someone with the courage to say it’s time for a change,” Bland said.
Bland is president of the Marianna Area chapter and coordinator of Arkansas Membership Services of Delta Sigma Theta. She said that the 22 founders of Delta Sigma Theta were revolutionaries even though they did not think of themselves in such terms, adding that those who follow in their footsteps and continue to carry on the principles on which the sorority was founded, realize the significance of their bold move.
“In this day of social media and reality TV, there is an ongoing debate about the relevancy of black Greek letter organizations in the 21st century,” Bland said. “As Deltas, we have pledged ourselves not only to remain relevant but to be vigilant and to stay focused on our mission.”
“Like the biblical prophet Nehemiah, we are on the wall and we cannot and will not allow our rich history to be sidetracked by the voice of public opinion and the actions of a few misguided souls who wear our symbols and call themselves sorority sisters, but don’t understand the true meaning of sisterhood,” Bland said.
“While on the wall we must keep our ears low to the ground to hear the heartbeat of a voiceless and often invisible people,” Bland said. “The abandoned, the abused, battered and neglected.”
“We must keep our eyes open for legislation and laws that negatively impact our people,” Bland said. “Laws like ‘Stand your ground’ and voter suppression laws that are camouflaged as laws that make it better for everyone when in reality they target and negatively impact a particular group of people. As Deltas, we must use our voice to fight to have them changed by any means necessary.
Kevin Hart covers the newest edition of The Hollywood Reporter shirtless and with a white afro (with a blowout kit)!
Kevin Hart and co-star Josh Gad on stop by Good Morning American to talk about their new movie The Wedding Ringer, in theaters today!
Miley Cyrus is out of control!!
The provocative pop star continued to support the #FreeTheNipple campaign Tuesday, posting a naked shot in a tub (with her private parts artfully covered in sudsy bubbles) to Instagram – which will likely remove the photo soon.
And this time, Cyrus, 22, took her steamy snapshots beyond social media, sharing polaroids taken by her BFF Cheyne Thomas with V Magazine.
The intimate pictures were taken as she traveled the world for her Bangerz tour (a concert so wild that it was banned in the Dominican Republic).