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Check Out What Twitter Had To Say About Beyonce Being Compared To La Virgen De Guadalupe

Beyoncé stood out, as usual, at this year’s Grammy awards. Because of her wardrobe and overall aesthetic of her performance, people all over Twitter are now starting to compare Queen Bey to La Virgen De Guadalupe. Yes, the sacred Virgin Mary. Check out how people felt about this comparison:

In case you missed it, here’s how Beyoncé looked during her performance at the Grammys.


Which many of her fans felt blessed to witness. ??

And as soon as Bey began to perform, many noticed the resemblance right away:


Like, “HOLD UP — let me take out my Virgen de Guadalupe statue for comparison really quick.”

The resemblance was actually so spot on, some people even felt like they were in church.⛪️


So Beyoncé’s performance might help you feel a little less guilty in case you missed Sunday morning mass.

Which is why three minutes into Bey’s performance, people on Twitter started reciting prayers like:


I guess you can say this guy was feeling extra blessed.??

For a better wardrobe comparison, check out these side by side images:


Not identical, but definitely a few similarities including the gold details and the over-the-head veil.

Here’s another side by side comparison including Bey’s enormous, gold halo.


The comparisons began before the Grammys, when Beyoncé released her maternity photos:


CREDIT: @EBONYMYSTIQUE / TWITTER / BEYONCE / INSTAGRAM

From the colors to the roses, there are undeniable similarities.

It’s no wonder this man’s niece literally confused Beyoncé for La Virgen de Guadalupe:


Some are even suggesting that Televisa should sign a contract with Beyoncé so that she can be featured in the next season of “La Rosa de Guadalupe.”

CREDIT: LA ROSA DE GUADALUPE / FACEBOOK


Now imagine how badass her audition would be…??

But some people are not liking this comparison at all…


Blasphemy?

Others are absolutely in love with the elements of the Virgen de Guadalupe that they saw in Bey’s wardrobe and performance.


They definitely appreciate the artistic and religious inspiration.

But no matter what Beyoncé wore that night, there’s no doubt many people felt blessed simply by her presence.


#Goddess ??

Not that she can make miracles happen or anything ?…


#NotLiterallyAGoddess ?

Here’s the full video of her performance in case you haven’t watched it already:

Beyoncé's Grammy Performance 2017 Love Drought & Sandcastles#BEYSUS #QUEENBEY [HD]

Posted by Nick Zølanski on Sunday, February 12, 2017

CREDIT: CBS / NICK ZOLANSKI / FACEBOOK

Such a beautiful performance. ??


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UCLA’s Star Gymnast Nia Dennis Stuns In Excellently BLACK Floor Routine

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UCLA’s Star Gymnast Nia Dennis Stuns In Excellently BLACK Floor Routine

UCLA senior Nia Dennis is back with the big tricks again!

The fantastic graduate put on a majestic floor routine over the weekend with a spectacular mashup of music from Black artists. The star gymnast’s exciting and powerful performance reigned in a massive volume of over 8 million views on Twitter.

Nia’s floor routine earned her a near-perfect 9.95 score.

The powerful routine paid tribute to Black Excellence and took only 90 seconds to stun. Featuring mega artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce, Missy Elliott, Soulja Boy, Megan Thee Stallion, and 2Pac. Speaking about the routine Nia explained to NBC that she really wanted her routine to “shine light on Black culture and bring it into the gymnastics world, and that’s what I feel like I did.”

It’s not the first time Nia’s floor routine has made people lose their ahe ahe breath.

The gymnast from the University of California Los Angeles stole the show last spring in March when she did a performance to Beyoncé’s best hits.

The Beyoncé fan took on songs like “Crazy In Love” and “Ego” during her routine.

During her routine, the college junior mashed up several of Beyoncé’s beloved classics including “Lose My Breath” and “Crazy in Love.” She nailed and hit every spin and flip she set out to do with the confidence of Queen Bey and the perfection of an actual queen. Dennis finished the routine by pantomiming a crown on her head.

In the end, Dennis scored a 9.975 for her routine– which is close to a perfect score.

Naturally, Bey fans were thrilled over the gymnast’s routine and her routine has quickly gone viral.

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Blue Ivy Carter Becomes One Of The Youngest Grammy Nominees For ‘Brown Skin Girls’

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Blue Ivy Carter Becomes One Of The Youngest Grammy Nominees For ‘Brown Skin Girls’

Updated December 14, 2020.

We’ve called her an entrepreneur, a singer, a BET Award winner and now we’re here to her a Grammy nominee.

Blue Ivy Carter is officially a Grammy-nominated artist.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s 8-year-old daughter was nominated for her role in the song “Brown Skin Girl.” The young artist appeared in the video alongside her mother and WizKid, according to the Grammys website.

“Brown Skin Girl” became lauded as an anthem of positivity for the natural beauty of Black and brown girls. The nomination makes Blue, who turns 9 in January, one of the youngest nominees in history, according to Billboard.

Blue Ivy, daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z, also added “audiobook narrator” to her resume this fall. Recently, the Hair Love author Matthew A. Cherry announced on Twitter and Instagram that the singer’s oldest daughter will narrate his children’s book’s new audio version.

With his announcement Cherry, shared a short clip of Blue’s voice, in which she introduced the book and herself.

Hair Love is being narrated by Blue Ivy Carter.

In the audio clip shared by Cherry, the young singer can be heard introducing the book. “Dreamscape presents Hair Love, by Matthew A. Cherry,” she says. “Narrated by Blue Ivy Carter.”

Hair Love is a story originally written by Matthew A. Cherry and published on May 2, 2019. Soon after its release, the book was turned into a short animated film won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film at this year’s ceremony. Cherry worked as a writer and co-director of the short animated film which follows the story of a Black father who learns how to do his daughter’s hair while his wife is staying in a hospital.

“I liked the idea of something that was centered around a Black family, because so often you don’t see that in animation,” Cherry, a former professional football player, told the Los Angeles Times about his book.

In his acceptance speech at the Academy Awards, Cherry said that he created Hair Love “we wanted to see more representation in animation — we wanted to normalize Black hair.”

Speaking about her daughter’s success, Beyoncé recently told British Vogue that she and her daughter love to share in each other’s accomplishments.

“When I tell her I’m proud of her, she tells me that she’s proud of me and that I’m doing a good job. It’s teeeeeew much sweetness,” Beyoncé said. “She melts my heart. I believe the best way to teach [my kids] is to be the example.”

In the interview, the singer shared that Blue Ivy’s birth was what actually inspired her to pursue the elevation of Black voices.

“From that point on, I truly understood my power, and motherhood has been my biggest inspiration. It became my mission to make sure she lived in a world where she feels truly seen and valued. I was also deeply inspired by my trip to South Africa with my family,” she explained.

The Hair Love audiobook is currently available now on Amazon.com.

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