Beyonce and Jay-Z may not have made the cut for the royal wedding guest list, but, at least according to the Daily Star, the American music mogul and his pop star wife are expected to make an appearance and perform their hit song, Crazy in Love, at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding reception. "Both William and Kate are massive fans of Beyoncé and Jay-Z," said a source to the newspaper. "They really wanted to make their big day even more special and what better way than by getting pop royalty to perform at the party?"
Straight from the mouth of Beyonce herself: the singing sensation has only had two boyfriends and one sexual partner in her twenty-nine years of life, meaning she lost her virginity to her eventual husband, Jay-Z. When a British magazine asked Beyonce about her past relationships, she answered a little differently than they probably expected. She indicated she didn't have much experience with guys. At. All.
MediaTakeOut has certainly got people talking with their latest celebrity tidbit. According to the site, one of the music industry's favorite couples might be headed for divorce—Jay Z and Beyonce. Reportedly, the two stars are entering into a trial separation before deciding whether to end their two-year marriage. The source of their problems? Babies, of course.
By Kaitlyn Monteiro With this year’s 2010 midterm elections coming to a close today, we aren’t seeing the celebrity star power that we witnessed in 2008. Make no mistake; it’s not the Presedential election but it’s still an important time to vote. According to experts, Hollywood is staying home this election period. Why the lack of star power now? Where’s Brad and Angelina? Demi and Ashton?
Following the ups and downs of lives of celebrity relationships is often like watching a real-life romantic comedy, or, in some cases, a romantic drama. From marriages going combust (Sandra Bullock and Jesse James) to new celeb couples (Blake Lively and Ryan Gosling), and from quick flings (Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner) to enduring love stories (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner), there was no shortage of tabloid-worthy plot twists this year. And although there are so many celeb pairs to choose from, we’ve managed to chisel out who we think were the most fascinating couples of 2010.
The results are in: John Stewart is The Most Influential Man In The World. Yes, yes. We'd have to agree. But what about the others? According to AskMen's 2010 reader survey results, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, Kanye West, Drew Brees, James Franco, Elon Musk Jose Mourinho, and Graydon Carter top out the list of modern manly man in 2010. Their standards? Who has made the biggest impact, and ultimately, shaped what it means to be a man? That's all well and good, but we decided to re-rank the men based on "The Dateable Index," in other words, the top 49 men we are lusting after this year. But for us, the question is more simple: Who would you rather? In that sense, YourTango has created "The Datability Index." Here, we've evaluated the eligible (or, um, eligible-in-our-minds) fellows on their pretty faces, their current career power, whether or not they've managed to lock down a lovely woman whom we envy, and how often we see them photographed holding fat, adorable babies. The verdict is the AskMen Top 49 Most Influential Men of 2010, in the appropriate order—who would you do order, obviously.
Ever since Beyonce Knowles and her music mogul man, Jay-Z got secretly married, the false pregnancy alarms have been sounding just about every three days, taking us on a serious rollercoaster or emotions. Is she preggers? Wait, she's waiting until the time is right to have a baby? Is the time right now? How about now? It's just been too much for our baby crazy hearts! So…we don't want to get your hopes up too much, but it looks like this time B might be pregnant for reals.
2010 is shaping up to be quite a year for superstar Beyonce, with six Grammy wins, a new hit single with Lady Gaga, and...a baby? If the online rumor mill is to be believed, the superstar and her hip hop mogul husband, Jay-Z, are expecting their first child. The duo has kept quiet on the subject, but MediaTakeOut.com is already offering their congrats, claiming their source is "rock solid."
We'd like to extend our congratulations to longtime loves Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen, who topped off their eight-year relationship with a private Paris wedding last week. Here now are ten other couples who snuck off for "no fuss" weddings, much to the chagrin of the paparazzi: Sandra Bullock & Jesse James, Julia Roberts & Danny Moder, Ben Affleck & Jennifer Garner, Beyonce & Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez & Marc Anthony...
It is time. Not only is Beyoncé at the height of her career, but at twenty-eight years of age, so is she at the height of her baby-making abilities. With her husband Jay-Z pushing forty, it's no wonder that he let it slip that he and his wife are trying to have a baby.
Stars are just like us, it's been revealed. Though they have plenty of money, Jay-Z and Beyonce reveal that they had a tough time condensing their wedding list. It turns out that in order to keep the wedding on the down-low, they could only invite a select group of friends and family. So, even though the press didn't know of their wedding, they still sort of wrecked it.
While on tour in Europe, Beyoncé took some time out for a holiday to Barcelona with her hubby, Jay-Z. She also debuted her new single, "Ego," which sharp listeners might interpret as an ode to her husband's endowment. No, we're not kidding. Look at the lyrics, y'all: Why? Well, you got the key to my heart But you ain't gonna need it, I'd rather you open up my body And show me secrets, you didn't know was inside No need for me to lie It's too big, it's too wide It's too strong, it won't fit It's too much, it's too tough He talk like this 'cause he can back it up He got a big ego, such a huge ego I love his big ego, it's too much He walk like this 'cause he can back it up
John Mayer is still crying over the end of his affair with Jennifer Aniston (and whether his undying love of Twitter contributed to the breakup), but instead of coping sensibly—we like to fill our beer helmets with shiraz and watch Hugh Jackman movies when we get dumped—Mayer is taking a page from