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Beyonce Knowles and her hubby go skiing, take a helicopter ride, enjoy an intimate dinner, and swim in the hot springs.
Jay-Z and Justin were spotted leaving Taylor's NYC apartment together on Monday, December 15, while she exited the building a short time later.
While Hova was performing the song from his 2013 album with his frequent collaborator, his wife Beyonce danced in the audience with Taylor Swift and HAIM.
A Hungarian singer named Monika Miczura a.k.a. Mitsou claims Bey used the recording of her singing a Roma folk song on the hit without her permission.
The birthday girl invites a number of celebrities like Ansel Elgort, Michael Clifford, and Emma Roberts to her New York City apartment for a pizza party.
A New York judge has ruled that the word 'oh' is 'a single and commonplace word' that 'likely is not deserving of copyright protection.'
The British royal couple met the R 'n' B superstars at the Barclays Center during the game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night.
The powerhouse couple is spotted traveling via a helicopter to visit some tourist spots in Iceland.
Beyonce's husband showed interest in the champagne line by featuring the bottle in a music video for 'Show Me What You Got'.
Beyonce Knowles and her rapper husband attend the red-carpet event along with fellow hip-hop star 50 Cent in the Big Apple.
The 'Single Ladies' hitmaker and the 'Holy Grail' rapper have been seen house hunting in Paris several times over the past month.
In new pictures posted on Beyonce's website, the family can be seen enjoying some quality time together at the Paris museum after wrapping 'On the Run' tour in the city.
A source says that the power couple, who recently wrapped up their joint tour in Paris, will be hitting the recording studio to work on the secret album.
During his headlining set at the annual festival put on by the Global Proverty Project, Hova brings out his wife for the live performances of 'Holy Grail' and 'Young Forever'.
The rapper has reacted to the allegation made by record label TufAmerica, saying that ownership cannot be placed on a single syllable.