People Magazine has named pop diva and new mom Beyonce as the "World's Most Beautiful Woman" for 2012. In the magazine's latest issue, the star gushes about her new baby girl and says motherhood makes her feel even more beautiful.
In fact, just this week she showed up on the 'The Colbert Report,' and the cover of Ebony Magazine. But it was what was inside Ebony that's geting a lot of buzz today: a handwritten note from Beyonce, which sings the First Lady's praises.
In one of Maya Rudolph's acts as the 'SNL' host this weekend, she got all dolled up as the fabulous Beyonce, awaiting the arrival of the celeb guests, like Bon Iver (played by Justin Timberlake), coming to see her new baby. Since Blue Ivy is the miracle child of the music world, it was only fitting for every visitor to bring her a gift. But what do you give the baby who has everything?
The birth of little Blue Ivy to Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z may have seemed like a fairy tale. But like many fairy tales, this one includes a witch -- and a wicked one at that.
According to the Onion News Network, when Beyonce was a little girl she met a witch named Grisora in the woods. Grisora promised that she would make the wannabe performer "sing with the beauty of 1000 nightingales" in exchange for her first born child.
Some dads sing lullabies to their kids -- but Jay-Z is not just any dad. And while some celebrity couples confirm the birth of children with boring old publicist statements, Hova is going one better there too, releasing a song in which he not only cops to the birth of daughter Blue Ivy, but records the baby girl's first cries.
The birth of Blue Ivy Carter to Beyonce Knowles and Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter may have delighted fans of the famous couple, but it's not such a big hit with some of the other new parents at the Manhatten hospitial in which she was born.
As you've probably already figured out by the flood of tweets, married superstars Beyonce and Jay-Z (aka Shawn Carter) reportedly gifted the world with a newborn little girl named Blue Ivy Carter. The most poignant of all the tweets so far came from Lisa Lyons: "is it ivy blue, or blue ivy? so confused.."
This year, a lot of digital (and actual) ink was spilled about who got married and who broke up. But Kim Kardashian aside, there were still plenty of celebrity news stories to go around. Here's a look at 10 that had everyone buzzing.
Beyonce's new DVD 'Live at Roseland: Elements of 4' doesn't hit store shelves until Nov. 29. But this preview -- a killer performance of 'End of Time' -- will give you an idea of what to expect from the pop diva.
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