Posts tagged beyonce
Posts tagged beyonce
Haven’t we all learned to roll our eyes at these moments when Beyoncé tries to pretend like she’s a normal? Come on, Beyoncé. We know you’re Beyoncé.
Blue Ivy thinks she’s so cultured, but I know she can’t even tie her own shoes.
Blue Ivy’s vacations are more glamorous than yours. Not more glamorous than mine, because I don’t deal with sand or wet grass, but more glamorous than yours.
I, for one, always figured that the creepiest thing in the world would involve Blue Ivy Carter, but now it’s been proven. Here’s Blue Ivy (at around 4:30) — or a Blue Ivy impersonator — providing back-up spoken-word vocals of the word “surfbort.”
Beyonce melts at a “Hi, Mommy,” but in a way that makes it clear she’s only melting because she thinks other people should be melting.
So you probably heard Beyoncé released an entire album last night, and one of the songs features Blue Ivy. At the end of the track, Ms. Knowles-Z contributes some spoken-word vocals — it’s all very cute.
Of course, I’m still really confused by whether or not Blue Ivy wants to be famous.
Blue Ivy actually wins the prize for worst celebrity baby “costume,” because what even is this? Several media outlets are calling this a “bumblebee” look, but when have you ever seen a black and white bumblebee?
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Blue Ivy is the most boring celebrity baby in the business.
I think it’s kind of cute how Beyoncé thinks we don’t know what Blue Ivy looks like, when I could basically draw her from memory/nightmares.
Beyonce has been on a Blue Ivy photo-sharing spree, probably because otherwise people would have forgotten she exists. Blue Ivy really needs an in-depth sit-down with Diane Sawyer or Katie Couric, if she wants us to think her personality is anything other than super-blah.
Oh, Blue Ivy. It’s sad how you’re trying to make up for eighteen months of blah by cutely overdressing for a visit to a public park (ick). I can see why you’d want to improve your image by visiting with the masses, but it’s just not worth the risk of getting E. coli.
It is a cute dress, though.
I wouldn’t get in one of these bubbly germ bathtubs unless it had been drained, scrubbed clean, and refilled with Evian. I don’t know what Blue Ivy’s standards are.