Beyonce Knowles Helps Addicts With Her Cosmetology Course


Beyonce Knowles, Marty Markowitz, Tina Knowles, Michael Bloomberg, Karen M. Carpenter-Palumbo
Being inspired by her role in 'Cadillac Records', the singer has opened the Beyonce Cosmetology Center in giving recovering addicts a chance to embark career in the cosmetics industry.


Beyonce Knowles has thanked staff and students at the New York substance abuse center where she researched her role in movie "Cadillac Records" by returning to open a new cosmetology school named in her honor. The singer and her mother Tina Knowles made a surprise visit to Brooklyn's Phoenix House on Friday, March 5, a day after she and husband Jay-Z met with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House in Washington, D.C.

Beyonce spent time at Phoenix Center while preparing to play former heroine addict Etta James in the 2008 film, and she was so moved by her experience there she donated her movie salary to the center's bosses .

Beyonce and Tina later suggested Phoenix chiefs launch a cosmetology course, and they were both on hand on Friday to cut the ribbon at the school, which will be named the Beyonce Cosmetology Center. The school will allow recovering addicts to rebuild their lives and embark on careers in the cosmetics industry.

© AceShowbiz.com


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