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7 episodes, 1 hour 32 mins
Netflix's Queen Bey
Beychella is coming to Netflix. The streaming service released the first trailer for Beyonce's "Homecoming" special about her 2018 Coachella performance that's been dubbed "a cultural movement." Beyonce directed the documentary, set to be released April 17, and its trailer seems to indicate fans will get a behind-the-scenes look at how her performance, years in the making, all came together. Andrew Mach speaks to Bloomberg News' Lucas Shaw about how the film fits perfectly into Netflix's strategy of industry domination—and Beyonce's strategy to do just about anything she wants. ----TicToc is a daily news podcast hosted by Andrew Mach (@andrewjmach), produced at Bloomberg Worldwide HQ in New York City. You can follow up with us and watch our reporting @tictoc. If you like it, be sure to rate us on iTunes, and tell your friends!
Today we're talking about the new Beyonce documentary, Sabrina flipping the script, what we are overconfident about and Game of Thrones.
Beyonce signs with Adidas, Corona’s owner pops 7% for quitting wine, and why Tesla fell 9%
Adidas’ new creative partnership with Beyonce signals a major change in athleisurewear. Corona-owner Constellation Brands just sold its cheap wine biz for $1.7B to pivot to beer. And Tesla dropped 9% on e-car sales worries (FYI, Elon Musk was busy in court over his tweets).
Was Beyonce Sexually Assaulted?
We discuss recent outrage about Beyonce getting kissed by Omari at the NAACP Awards.
GetUp Crew: These Dudes Need To Be Stopped (Monday, 04/01)
Omari Hardwick is being attacked for kissing on Beyonce in front of Jay Z. What kind of a man goes in for two kisses when her husband is standing right there!?
JAY Z AND BEYONCE'S TWINS PHOTOS, OPEN RELATIONSHIPS
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Beyonce Almost Cries At The GLAAD Awards While Giving A Speech With Jay Z
Beyonce and Jay-Z did not only attend the 2019 GLAAD Media Awards, they even gave a speech. The power-couple was honoured at the award show for their love to LGBTQ+ community. The duo accepted the award and Beyonce paid tribute to “the most fabulous gay man” she ever knew: Her late Uncle Johnny.
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