Beyoncé Kills Her E-Mail Address More Frequently Than You'd Ever Imagine
Grammy-winning singer Beyoncé's e-mail address changes more than the average person does their laundry. A new reports claims Queen Bey gets a new addy at least four times a month.
According to Bey's "Perfect" collaborator Ed Sheeran, the mother of three keeps her contact info constantly changing.
"I have an email address I email [to get in touch with Beyonce]," Sheeran revealed, adding that the singer's email address "actually changes every week." "So I emailed that and we got on the phone, and it's been in the works since May." "Obviously she had twins [in June], and we finished [the song] in September, so I've been holding onto it since then," he continued of "Perfect," which was released on Thursday. (ET Online)
Last month, Bey made headlines after having the most liked Instagram picture of 2017.
The Instagram community of 800 million users embraced the themes of unity and family in 2017, according to the company's year-in-review data. Beyoncé's iconic pregnancy photo received the most likes of the year, with 11.1 million people double-tapping the post. She was the fourth most followed celebrity (108 million followers) behind singer slash actress Selena Gomez who topped the list with over 130 million followers, soccer star Christiano Ronaldo (116 million), and singer Ariana Grande (115 million). Ronaldo had the second most liked photo of the year, which celebrated the birth of his twins. (The Verge)
We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters
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Recently, Bey made headlines for earning the title of highest-paid woman in music for 2017 with $105 million.
Lemonade was a hit with both critics and fans, giving Beyoncé her sixth solo No. 1. The ensuing Formation World Tour, much of it falling into our list's scoring period, grossed a quarter of a billion dollars. Then she took time off as she and husband Jay-Z welcomed twins Rumi and Sir this summer. Adele finished second, earning $69 million, boosted by seven-figure nightly grosses on her first proper tour since 2011. (Forbes)
Beyoncé is the highest-paid woman in music this year https://t.co/uTY2QVI6zf pic.twitter.com/BxFqLTGODt
— Forbes (@Forbes) November 20, 2017
Forbes' Top 10 Highest Paid Women In Music
1. Beyoncé - $105 million
2. Adele - $69 million
3. Taylor Swift - $44 million
4. Celine Dion - $42 million
5. Jennifer Lopez - $38 million
6. Dolly Parton - $37 million
7. Rihanna - $36 million
8. Britney Spears - $34 million
9. Katy Perry - $33 million
10. Barbra Streisand - $30 million
Houston rapper Slim Thug recently admitted he wanted his own Queen Bey.
Tryna find me a B Dat got grind like me And still fine as can B Let's go half on a B Baby and a billion stack dat paper to the ceiling Still got a long way to go so fuck chilling #TWIY
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