Beyoncé’s Newest Feline-Impressed Trend Appears to be like Are Each Fierce and Enjoyable



Beyoncé is the gift that is passed on.

You never know when Queen B will surprise and bless us with her social media presence, but today was our lucky day.

As pop culture fans, prepare your last-minute Christmas presents and get ready for the much-needed work-free time, the singer from "run the world" channels her inner sasha violent for the gram.

Queen B's newest cat-inspired look fits the books perfectly. With matching gloves, heels and white cat-eye sunglasses, she emphasizes the wild look.

The singer also wore a clutch and emerald green statement chandelier earrings. Her make-up look was kept neutral by the singer "Partition". She had a nude shade on her lips and a subtle smoky eye.

While it's unclear where Queen B was going in this fabulous getup, it looks like she has a busy weekend ahead of her.

The Lion King actress Nala voiced in the animated Disney remake was also seen at a Christmas party this weekend.

Ashley Everett who also works as a lead dancer and dance legend for the artist, shared a picture of Beyoncé on Instagram at the Parkwood Holiday Party.

"I'm happy to end this decade with those I started with," Everett wrote in the Instagram post, which has since been deleted, alongside a photo of her with the queen herself and other people.

The dancer and actress also collaborated with other artists such as Usher Jennifer Lopez Ne-Yo Ciara [19459005gearbeitet] Anitta and Sean Paul – to name just a few.

The artist with multiple dashes also ends the decade with a strong accent, as she recently came a step closer to her first Oscar nomination.

Queen B was nominated for her song "Spirit" by the Lion King. It is also the only film with two songs on the list ("Never Too Late" by Tim Rice and Elton John is also nominated for Original Song in the same category).

In January 2020, the singer also released her first Ivy Park collection with Adidas.

The singer told Elle earlier this month: "This new line is fun and offers creativity, the ultimate power. I focused on designing a unisex shoe and clothing collection because I have so many I saw men in IVY PARK. The way they accepted the brand is an unexpected gift. I appreciate the beauty of gender neutral clothing and the violation of the so-called fashion rules. I took a chance myself when I bought my company back We all have confidence that we can take the risk and rely on ourselves. "

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