The Bey Hive was waiting to see what Beyonce’s big announcement was and it turned out the #BeyHereNow hashtag was building up anticipation for the debut of Beyonce’s latest Pepsi commercial.
Beyonce’s Pepsi ad starts with Mrs. Carter rehearsing some of her usual fierce dance movies before going to sip on a chilled Pepsi. Nothing out of the ordinary right?
Suddenly, Beyonce catches a glimpse of herself in the mirror – a version of herself from her Destiny’s Child days.
The “Bootylicious” Beyonce in the mirror then looks at another version of Baddie Bey, but this one is the urban, street chic songstress from the days of “Crazy In Love.”
With her usual fierceness, the “Countdown” songstress begins tossing out some of her best dance moves while her reflection manages to keep up before yet another Beyonce appears.
That’s right, the new ad is every man’s fantasy because it places four Beyonces all in the same room together.
The fourth Bey has been snatched right out of the “Single Ladies” video, which means she is actually less of another Beyonce and more of a Sasha Fierce but you get the point.
By the end of the Pepsi commercial the 31-year-old mother of one managed to give a sneak peak of a new track while also handing out some advice to all her fans.
The new song is “Grown Woman” and from the snippet it seems like this song will win all her ladies back over that may have been turned off by her “Bow Down” controversy.
As for the food for thought, the queen of performing flips her hair and arches her back to the extreme while every mirror that once contained different Beyonces from the past shatters around her.
Then is where we hear her voice say, “Embrace your past, but live for now.”
No word out yet on whether or not “Grown Woman” will even make it to Bey’s album but the song seems to be a success and the commercial is even better.
While we’ll be steadily watching and waiting for one of Beyonce’s haters to peep up, Baddie Bey is moving on to the cover of Vogue UK.
The popular publication bagged Mrs. Carter as the cover girl for their May issue .
The Huffington Post writes:
“Famed photographer Mario Testino captured the 31-year-old singer striking a pose in a blue-and-white striped Jonathan Saunders cropped top and blue sequined skirt for the issue, which hits newsstands on April 8. Inside the glossy, Bey discusses motherhood, Jay-Z and her “passion for a job which has seen her singing professionally for nearly 20 years” (has it really been that long? Wow!)”
During her interview she finally branded herself as a “modern-day feminist.”
“But I guess I am a modern-day feminist. I do believe in equality. Why do you have to choose what type of woman you are? Why do you have to label yourself anything? I’m just a woman and I love being a woman.” The “Love On Top” singer goes on to say, “I do believe in equality and that we have a way to go and it’s something that’s pushed aside and something that we have been conditioned to accept.”