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Double Take? Fans Are Confusing Kim Kardashian for Queen Bey in New Skims Ads: ‘Is This a Beyonce Collab?’

Uh oh! Social media is up in arms after Kim Kardashian shared a series of images in which critics say she copied one of Beyoncé’s signature looks. Over the past week, the 41-year-old Skims founder has been sharing campaign images to the brand’s Instagram page to promote its new All-in-One shapewear collection. There’s no doubt that it’s getting a ton of attention — but seemingly, a lot of it is for the reality star’s hairstyle and fashion accessory.
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Queen Bey Has Finally Dropped Her King Richard Song, ‘Be Alive’

Look alive, Beyhive: Beyoncé has finally released her first single since 2020. “Be Alive” is an original composition for the King Richard biopic starring Will Smith as the father of tennis phenoms Serena and Venus Williams. “It feels so good to be alive / Got all my sisters by my side,” Bey sings over pounding percussion in an instantly catchy hook. “Couldn’t wipe this Black off if I tried / That’s why I lift my hеad with pride.” She goes on to belt out lyrics that describe being “hustle personified” and having to fight to build your own path to success. We previously heard a snippet of the track in a trailer for the tennis film, which is set to release on November 19. But now we can enjoy the harmonies in their full glory. King Richard has already been tossed around as an Oscar contender, and we’re sure the Hive will only help generate more buzz. Did someone say 2022 Academy Award for Best Original Song?
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Queen Bey is 40! 10 reasons why Beyoncé is the CULTURAL ICON of a generation

She may be turning 40 on September 4, 2021, but slowing down is the last thing on Beyoncé's mind. Synonymous with power, influence and money, the former Destiny’s Child star has built an empire worth billions and happily represents Black women everywhere, reminding them that they can be as bold, beautiful and successful as they like. Here’s why the world loves the music and cultural icon Beyoncé…
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Beyoncé, Queen Bey, Is the Proud Owner of Literal Beehives

The Beyhive has never been buzzier, and by Beyhive I mean the literal hive of literal bees that lives on Beyoncé's roof. Queen Bey, whose standom is collectively known as the Beyhive, revealed in the September issue of Harper's Bazaar that she's "found healing properties in honey that benefit me and my children" and is working on cultivating her own hemp and honey farm. "I've even got hives on my roof!" she exclaimed.
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