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Selling 617,000 in its first three days, Beyonce's self-titled set beats R. Kelly, whose newest record opens at No. 4 with 133,000
After her 'Beyonce' sells 617,000 copies in its first week, the diva becomes the first female artist to have her first five albums landed on the top slot of Billboard 200.
The late actors joined iPhone 5, Royal Baby and North Korea among others in the top 10 most searched terms of 2013.
The retailer giant decides not to put Queen Bey's new eponymous album on their selves because it was released exclusively online first.
The Terry Richardson-directed visuals shows the singer having fun driving a bumper car, riding a roller coaster and interacting with people at Coney Island in New York.
According to Apple, Beyonce's new album sells 828,773 around the world in its first three days, including 617,213 in the United States.
The Ryan Tedder-penned song will serve as the second single off Beyonce's surprise album, which also features lead singles 'Blow' and 'Drunk in Love'.
The black-and-white clip shows the diva dancing seductively on the beach before sharing hugs and laughs with her husband.
Drake, Frank Ocean and her daughter Blue Ivy are among the guests in the videos which became the essence of her first visual album.
The new album, which is currently available only on iTunes, consists of 14 new songs and 17 videos.
The leaked 80-second video also features appearances from Beyonce's mother Tina Knowles and fellow former Destiny's Child member Kelly Rowland.
The former Destiny's Child member performs a touching medley of 'I Will Always Love You' and 'Halo' during the show attended by stars like Khloe Kardashian and Zoe Saldana.
To celebrate his 44th birthday, the rapper and his wife decide to do 'spiritual and physical cleanse' by excluding meat from their menu.
The 'Standing on the Sun' songstress edges out last year's most-searched person on Bing, Kim Kardashian, who now sits in the second place.
A representative for Beyonce denies report suggesting that the 'Halo' singer was kicked out of Egyptian pyramids due to rude behavior, saying, 'Nothing like this happened.'