Beyonce surprised everyone by skipping the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards despite having a nomination. The nomination of Critics’ Choice Awards was not enough to guarantee that she will show up for the ceremony. Her The Lion King song “Spirit,” made it to the Nomination list but Bey was not there to honor the event with her presence. However, she surprisingly appeared for the Globes last week. She arrived late during the ceremony having Best Original Song nomination.
Beyonce is 38, born on September 4, 1981, in Houston. She completed her schooling from St. Mary’s Elementary School, where she also learned to dance. When she was eight she auditioned for an all-girl entertainment group and got selected with Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson. All the three formed a group called Girl’s Tyme performing in several talent shows, they also signed a contract with Columbia Records. In 1993, they changed the name of the group to Destiny’s releasing their debut album in 1997.
Their second album was out in 1999 titled The Writing’s on the Wall’. The album had several super hit songs like Jumpin’ Jumpin’, Bills Bills Bills’ and ‘Say My Name’. Their third album, ‘Survivor’ was an even bigger success than the second one reaching number one on the Billboard 200. In 2003, she launched her solo album Dangerously in Love. The album was a huge hit that was inspired by R&B and soul genres.
On her 25th birthday in 2006 she released her next album, ‘B’Day’ containing a range of styles like funk, hip hop, and R&B. She continued making experiments with her songs using slow and mid tempo pop, R&B ballads, upbeat electropop, and Euro pop genres. Beyonce married singer Jay-Z in 2008, giving birth to their first child in 2012. She also founded the Survivor Foundation with Rowland in 2005.
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