Beyoncé

The "Venice Beach" singer was accused of being racist after a fiery Instagram post aimed at her critics.
In an Instagram post, the singer-songwriter didn't hold back while unveiling plans for a new album. Her words drew a mixed response.
The singer joins a list of celebrities scheduled to participate in the June 6 event.
Fashion designer Tina Knowles Lawson clearly enjoyed her daughter's collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion as much as everyone else.
All proceeds from the remix will go toward COVID-19 relief efforts in their hometown of Houston.
Some of the money will go to the National Alliance on Mental Illness to provide mental wellness services in Houston, New York City, New Orleans and Detroit.
During a surprise appearance on the “One World: Together At Home" TV special, the singer said COVID-19 is "killing Black people at an alarmingly high rate."
The former first ladies joined the international "One World: Together at Home" event.
Gymnast Nia Dennis’ viral routine got plenty of love on Twitter — including praise from Alicia Keys and Gabrielle Union.