The “Check On It” singer brought the heat in a series of steamy hot outfits, proving she is indeed the queen.
Beyoncé’s Valentine’s Day Pics Are Fire!
Yesterday, Beyoncé took to Instagram to share a carousel of photos from the big day. She kicked off the slideshow with an all-red ensemble.
Beyoncé turned heads in a pair of red high-waisted leather pants from her Adidas Ivy Park brand paired with an oversized turtleneck sweater. Her killer curves were on display in the outfit she accessorized with a cherry-shaped purse and red open-toe stilettos.
It was all-love for the singer who donned gold love-shaped earrings to match the reason for the season. She styled her honey-blonde hair in loose wavy curls that sweetly framed her face.
Beyoncé followed the slide with a photo of a huge cake with the words, “Happy Valentine’s Day,” and a gif of her first outfit, which featured a love-shape cut-out at the back.
Bey switched things up in another slide and donned a hoodie and joggers set from Ivy Park while posing inside a jet. The “Dreamgirls” star looked cool as ever as she put her leg up on a dashboard, rocking a pair of chunky white and red sneakers.
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She had a pair of red glasses on in one frame and pulled it off in another, showing her playful side. The concluding frame of the slideshow showed Beyoncé in another outfit — a pink velvet dress.
The 40-year-old was seen descending a private jet in a body-hugging off-shoulder midi-dress that hugged her curves in the right places. She paired the dress with pink heels, dramatic sunglasses, and silver earrings.
Other frames in the slideshow include Bey’s manicured nails painted red, which featured heart-shaped patterns, and a video of her playing with a love filter. The post has received more than 3 million likes as of this writing.
The First Oscar Nod For Beyoncé
Beyoncé’s Instagram post comes weeks after earning her first Oscar nod for the track “Be Alive,” which she sang for the movie “King Richard.”
“King Richard” is a 2021 biological drama and sports movie that tells the story of Venus and Serena Williams’ father and how he paved the way for her career. For the 2022 Oscars Awards, the film bagged six nominations, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Song, and Best Original Screenplay.
Although it wasn’t Beyoncé’s first time writing a soundtrack for a movie, it was her first sound to be nominated for the prestigious Academy Awards. The song was well-received by fans who thought it was an empowering anthem with soaring harmonies and an uplifting message.
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Beyoncé’s “Be Alive” will contend with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s (“Dos Oruguitas” from Encanto), Billie Eilish and Finneas’ (“No Time to Die,” from No Time to Die), Van Morrison (“Down to Joy,” from Belfast), and Diane Warren (“Somehow You Do,” from Four Good Days) in the category for Best Original Song.