US police remove 'inappropriate' Beyonce twins tweet

Officers in Atlanta posted that Beyonce "may have everyone wanting to celebrate" but warning people not to use "celebratory gunfire".

Some accused the department of making fun of racial stereotypes and gun violence. Others thought it was just plain weird.

The tweet was deleted soon after, with an apology calling it "inappropriate".

Beyonce made the announced on Instagram on Wednesday with that pretty elaborate picture.

She said she and husband Jay Z couple are "incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two".


Beyoncé is pregnant with twins

The superstar singer posted a photo with her baby bump on Instagram Wednesday to announce the joyful news.

"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, " she posted.

Beyoncé and her superstar husband Jay Z are parents to five-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.

The couple married in 2008.

Beyoncé, Kris Jenner and more reveal glamorous holiday decor

Several A-list stars have taken to social media to show off their holiday decor.

Beyoncé posted a video montage on Instagram, complete with a pink tree just for her daughter, Blue Ivy.

Kris Jenner brought fans into her Calabasas mansion and debuted a giant Christmas tree with over-the-top trimmings. Who knew you could get nutcrackers that big? Jenner's eldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian posted three videos revealing that each of her children had their very own tree.

Beyonce's Lemonade is critics' top album of 2016

The record, which tackles themes of black empowerment and female identity, topped a "poll of polls" compiled by the BBC.

It beat David Bowie's elegiac swansong Blackstar, which was released two days before his death in January.

Third place went to Frank Ocean's Blonde, a sprawling, impressionistic take on art-soul.

Beyonce's sister Solange also fared well. A Seat At The Table, her soulful, thoughtful portrayal of the struggles faced by black women, both historically and in 2016, came fifth.

Jay Z, Beyonce headline concert for Clinton

The group of rap and hip hop icons urged voters to head to the polls on Tuesday and firmly backed Clinton's candidacy.

"I want my daughter to grow up seeing a women lead our country and knowing that her possibilities are limitless," said Beyonce, sporting a black-and-white polka dot pantsuit. "And that's why I am with her." Her performance was backed by dancers in blue pantsuits, an obvious reference to Clinton.

Why Beyonce split country music in America after her Dixie Chicks performance

Some fans have been tweeting that she's not a country music star, so she shouldn't have been at the event in Nashville, Tennessee.

Others say they loved the performance with Dixie Chicks.

They sang Beyonce's first country-style track, Daddy Lessons, from her most recent album Lemonade.

There now seems to be little reference to Beyonce's collaboration with Dixie Chicks on the CMA's website and social media accounts.

She only appears on its official Twitter page as part of a collage from the night.


Jay Z and Kendrick Lamar join Beyonce onstage at end of her Formation world tour

Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman and Frank Ocean were among 80,000 people in the crowd at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium.

Beyonce sang tracks from her six solo albums, including her latest effort, Lemonade.

Jay Z joined his wife for Drunk In Love, making his first appearance on the tour, which started in April.

Kendrick Lamar's cameo included a dance-off with Beyonce in a pool of water during Freedom.

Meanwhile Serena Williams - who appears in the music video for Sorry - brought the clip to life by twerking while Beyonce sang the song.

The stylist behind Beyoncé's most debated look

Tailly, a creative director, stylist and consultant, told the magazine he would only accept the shoot if he could put a woman of color on the cover.

"It was in their 90th anniversary," Tailly told CNN. "In 90 years, there were only two or three black women who have graced their cover."

While on board with the idea, the magazine was keen to have someone who could sell advertising and was well known in France. They suggested Halle Berry, he wanted Beyoncé.

Beyonce's backup dancer pops the question during 'Single Ladies'

Beyoncé's backup dancer, John Silver, popped the question to fellow dancer, Ashley Everett during a Queen Bey concert in St. Louis on Saturday. Naturally, the proposal took place during a performance of "Single Ladies."

"She's my queen, so I feel like it's only right to come out here in my hometown," Silver said to the audience.

Everett -- who is Beyoncé's dance captain -- appeared to be blown away by the surprise. (Her answer was an enthusiastic, yes.)

Birthday girl Beyoncé and Jay Z enjoy PDA-filled date night at Made in America Festival

As the Budweiser Made in America festival continued Sunday evening, the "Halo" singer and husband Jay Z had a front-row seat to all the performances.