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Beyoncé Giselle Knowles (born September 4, 1981) is a ten-time Grammy Award-winning American R&B singer, songwriter, record producer, Golden Globe Award-nominated actress, dancer, and fashion designer and model for House of Deréon. Knowles rose to fame as the creative force and lead singer of R&B girl group Destiny's Child, the best-selling female group of all time, with over fifty million records sold.After a series of commercially successful releases with the group, Knowles released her debut solo album Dangerously in Love in 2003. The album became one of the biggest commercial successes of the year, topping the album charts in the U.S. and the UK. It also spawned the number-one singles "Crazy in Love" and "Baby Boy" and earned Beyoncé a record-tying five Grammy Awards in a single night in 2004. ..MORE HOT NEWS ARE ALL IN THE BLOG!
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Beyonce puts a sweet country twist to her mega-hit “Irreplaceable” with a surprise performance with Sugarland country crusaders Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush at the 2007 American Music Awards in L.A. Sunday night.
Watch the video of Beyonce and Sugarland performing below. This unexpected pairing is burning up YouTube!
In related news, Beyonce was recognized with the International Artist Award of Excellence–a huge achievement because she’s the first female artist ever to win the award. Previous recipients of the award include Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart, Led Zeppelin, the Bee Gees and Aerosmith. Congrats, Bee!
Beyonce Talks on New Album
August 23, 2007
In a recent interview Beyonce Knowles sat down and talked about how she plans to go back in the studio in December to work on a new album. She also takes the time to talk about movies, the foundation she set up to help the less fortunate and why she can't just pop into the grocey store anymore.
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Wardrobe malfunction and stage act error aside, Beyonce Knowles has confirmed herself a work of next album. The singer told USAToday.com that she will be back in the studio in December to work on the follow up of 'B'Day' (2006).
In the interview, she hopes that the album will be ready for a release in summer 2008. The information is limited to that since spotlights are directed to her stage acts lately.
She was appearing at the launch of her clothing line Dereon in Toronto, Canada, when her breasts were exposed, unknown whether intentional or not. Last month, while performing her song 'Ring the Alarm' in Orlando, she tripped a dozen steps and fell face first.
Beyonce also talks about a new movie project that she hopes will be another musical, but darker than her role in 'Dreamgirls'. "That's my niche," she said. "I'm able to connect the drama with the music."
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Beyonce Makes a Boob of Herself
But Titty Skin Fails to Tiltillate
Attention wannabe perverts.
Beyonce's blurred boobies have caused a YouTube sensation over the last week, with close to 300,000 people filling in their birthdates so as to view the vague pixelised flash she made at a recent concert in Toronto.
The clip shows a wicked gust of wind whipping her dress up, right in the middle of a shimmy sequence. Two seconds later, Ms Knowles recovers her decency and pushes the misbehaving fabric back into place.
Sadly for groupies and peekers, there are more exciting moments to be had in the seconds between realising that YouTube requires an age check to view the clip, and the subsequent realization that the required process is disappointingly much less fun and rigorous than the old Leisure Suit Larry days, where you got to answer questions about drugs and 70s TV shows in order to "prove" your right to view adult themes.
More token than tittylicious, Beyonce has even managed to deny that the event ever happened (and to her credit, it would take a crazy gal to plan shaking like that bra-less!)
But if you must join the 300,000 other viewers, check it out at YouTube. And if you really want to feel naughty, make sure you log in in front of your grandma.
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BEYONCE KNOWLES is the latest western artist to be warned to tone down her stage show when she performs in Malaysia later this year (07). Students in the predominantly Muslim country threatened to boycott a recent concert Gwen Stefani performed in the south east Asian nation, because of her raunchy reputation. Now Knowles' concert organisers have told her to cover up onstage when she performs there in November - just days after she accidentally flashed her chest at a gig in Toronto, Canada. Razlan Ahmad Razali, the chairman of Pineapple Concerts, says, "We've informed Beyonce's management about this issue of clothes, but it takes some of the fun out of it. "Beyonce won't be able to do the kind of show here that she does elsewhere. "She's a fashion icon, and we know that she often wears miniskirts and clothes that expose her navel during her performances. It's a pity to restrict her, because her costumes are all tasteful and glamorous."
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The 2007 MTV Video Music Awards are heading to Las Vegas in September, and now we know just who we'll be wagering on.
Justin Timberlake and Beyoncé lead the pack of nominees for the 24th annual VMAs, each with a whopping seven nods, followed closely by Kanye West and Rihanna with five and newcomer Amy Winehouse with three.
JT's "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" and B's "Irreplaceable" will face off in the Video of the Year category, alongside West's "Stronger," Rihanna's "Umbrella," Winehouse's "Rehab" and — in perhaps the biggest shock of the entire nominations field — French electro duo Justice's "D.A.N.C.E."
The awards will be coming to you live from the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on September 9 at 9 p.m. ET, with MTV News' preshow beginning at 8 p.m.
(Watch to find out who you should place your bets on — Justin? Beyoncé? Kanye? — in Vegas.)
Timberlake, West, Rihanna and Winehouse will also perform at the event, along with a full house of kings and queens that includes Timbaland, Fall Out Boy, Chris Brown, Lily Allen and the Foo Fighters performing with special guests live from the Palms Fantasy Suites. Timbaland will also be serving as the evening's musical maestro, with superstar DJ Mark Ronson on the decks — and Timbaland and Timberlake will be hosting their own own Fantasy Suite party.
Justin will be a pretty busy guy on VMA night, because in addition to being nominated for Video of the Year and performing, he also picked up noms in a trifecta of brand-new categories: Male Artist of the Year, Most Earthshattering Collaboration (for his team-up with Timbaland on "SexyBack") and Quadruple Threat of the Year, an award given to boundary-busters who excel in multiple fields (such as music, fashion, philanthropy, business, acting and dance). His videos for "What Goes Around ... Comes Around" and "My Love" were also nominated in three professional categories, the former scoring noms for Best Director and Best Editing, the latter for Best Choreography.
Beyoncé also benefited from the addition of new categories, landing nominations for Female Artist of the Year, Earthshattering Collaboration (her hip-shaking turn with Shakira in the "Beautiful Liar" clip) and Quadruple Threat. Like Timberlake, she also dominated the professional categories, as her "Beautiful Liar" video is nominated for Best Director, Editing and Choreography.
West has to be happy with his four noms, which include Male Artist of the Year and Quadruple Threat — although if he loses to Justice in the Video of the Year category, like he did at the 2006 MTV Europe Music Awards (see "Kanye Admits To Having Had A Sippy' [Or Two] Before EMA Rant"), he just might spontaneously combust. Rihanna also got four nods, including Female Artist of the Year, and her "Umbrella" is nominated in another brand-new category: Monster Single of the Year.
Winehouse's three nominations make her the most prominent newcomer to the 2007 VMA party, but she's by no means the only fresh face looking to take home some hardware. The Gym Class Heroes are coming to Vegas with a pair of noms under their hoodies — for Best Group (yet another new category) and Best New Artist, where they'll go head-to-head with Winehouse, Carrie Underwood, Lily Allen and Kanye's favorite bunch of whistling Swedes, Peter Bjorn and John.
The winner of Best New Artist will be determined by the fans, who can vote for their favorites by visiting www.VMA.MTV.com
Other big-name nominees include Akon (for Male Artist and Earthshattering Collaboration), Fall Out Boy (Best Group and Monster Single of the Year), T.I., Robin Thicke and Fergie. A full list of noms can be seen below.
Video of the Year
» Amy Winehouse: "Rehab"
» Beyoncé: "Irreplaceable"
» Justice: "D.A.N.C.E."
» Justin Timberlake: "What Goes Around ... Comes Around"
» Kanye West: "Stronger"
» Rihanna (featuring Jay-Z): "Umbrella"
Male Artist of the Year
» Akon: "Don'
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