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Beyonce: Blonde for Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Promo Pic!

Beyonce: Blonde for Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Promo Pic!

Check out a blonde Beyonce in this brand new promo pic for her upcoming world tour titled the Mrs. Carter World Tour, posted to her Facebook page.

The 31-year-old singer will begin the world tour on April 15 of this year in Serbia, and end in the US on August 5 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

We can’t wait to check out her set list! In case you missed it, here is a full list of dates and locations for Bey‘s upcoming tour.

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43 Responses to “Beyonce: Blonde for Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Promo Pic!”

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    Liz Says:

    I guess being African American with dark hair is not considered sexy/attractive. Don’t know why someone would choose to use the hair color of the same people who probably had slaves in her ancestry tree. Very tacky. And I don’t think that she’s a good singer, only a good entertainer at best.

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    dee Says:

    Wasn’t her hair always Blonde?

    Agreed Liz, she should just stick with her natural colour.

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    dasd Says:

    She keeps on babbbling “i represent all african american women bla bla bla..” and then she put on a blonde wig and look white..

  4. 4
    LaCroix Says:

    I wouldn’t go to one of her concerts if I had free tickets.. let alone pay for them.

  5. 5
    Anna Says:

    She should just go away already! Her ego is bigger than the solar system.

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    Annie Says:

    Well….she did always wanna be white….

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    Nancy Drewblood Says:

    Whats the difference between a black women wanting blonde hair/hi-lights and a black women who relaxes her hair?-I’m just saying as black women, do not go throwing stones in glass houses…If you are against a black women becoming more “white” in your eyes make sure you take a look in the mirror, ALOT of physical altercations can be perceived as trying to be “white”-Key Word “Perceived”. I don’t think there is anything wrong if you like that hair color for yourself…Do we go around saying that white people who tan or dye there hair dark are trying to be black or asian? Some people (maybe not all) just like a certain look on them.

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    Nancy Drewblood Says:

    *Correct Grammar*

    Whats the difference between black women wanting blonde hair/hi-lights and black women who relaxes her hair?-I’m just saying as black women, do not go throwing stones in glass houses…If you are against a black women becoming more “white” in your eyes make sure you take a look in the mirror, ALOT of physical altercations can be perceived as trying to be “white”-Key Word “Perceived”. I don’t think there is anything wrong if you like that hair color for yourself…Do we go around saying that white people who tan or dye there hair dark are trying to be black or asian? Some people (maybe not all) just like a certain look on them.

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    just sayin Says:

    @dasd: Stop Beyonce doesn’t look white, she looks like a light black skin woman. There are alot of african American women who are light skin and their is no mistake what their ethnicity is. Btw if it makes her feel good to emulate white woman than she is free to do it.

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    ladyb Says:

    Liz says I guess being African American with dark hair is not considered sexy/attractive………………SAYS WHO? SINCE WHEN DID BEYONCE SPEAK FOR ALL AFRICAN AMERICANS???

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    butch Says:

    she looks like a blow up doll with her mouth open in almost every shot. I like black women with blond hair. It looks cool. If it were a blond a afro that would be cooler still.

  12. 12
    Clarabella Says:

    Copying Taylor Swift Style.

  13. 13
    Toni Says:

    Playing with looks and doing all sorts of styles is cool I think.

    I hope they are making a movie/DVD of the tour, I’d love to see it.

  14. 14
    Journalistic Says:

    Vile.

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    liya Says:

    @Nancy Drewblood: i get what ur saying and as a black girl who has not ever relaxed my hair or put weave in it i think that many believe that weave and relaxing is different. my cousin said that she relaxes to maintain the fro but others say its because they like that it flows like a white persons hair. weave is simply rejecting your hair for its natural state because its either too much hassle or you hate it. what i dont like is that when a black girl has long hair (such as people in my family) it is automatic that its not theirs. nobody questions when say a white girl has extensions but no our hair is fake. we have caused the issue of “hair” within the race itself therefore it is our job to fix it before people like beyonce will be more than role models to our children and they adopt the thoughts that blonde weaves and extensions are good. on the other hand, i hate that many people (although fascinated by our “hair”) question everything about it because its different. my friends say “how does your hair do that? its so cool and curly!” i mean after awhile it can become offensive. a model even reported that when she was given a photoshoot the hairstylist said that her hair was not good and it was not chic or beautiful. all because it was in an afro.

    hair is such a big issue with black people..i hope it changes soon

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    Ally Says:

    Oh no,not Beyonce again…when i was starting to forget about her futile existence,here she comes again…and she brought her huge ego with her.Not even for free i’d watch her gigs,she’s annoying,and while she was out of the media nobody missed her…i wish she could go away,but her ego is too big to allow her to disappear.

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    baddey ley Says:

    though she’s a “diva,” she shows her humility time and again, not to mention her bringing out a softer side of Jay-Z.

    she’s one of the few who has done it right:
    1. career.
    2. husband.
    3. baby.

    she’s great at what she does. leave her alone.

  18. 18
    jess Says:

    @baddey ley: 1 – career which she stepped all over her friends to get. 2 – would never have married him if he was some teacher who nobody knew, married for money honey. 3 – she never even had it.

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    me Says:

    ANY WOMAN CAN DO WHATEVER THEY WANT TO DO WITH THEIR HAIR!!!!

    EVEN MEN WHO CARES??!!!!!

    the point is that she won’t go away!!!!!!!!!!

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    LOL Says:

    @liya:
    “what i dont like is that when a black girl has long hair (such as people in my family) it is automatic that its not theirs. nobody questions when say a white girl has extensions but no our hair is fake. ”

    First of all white girls who wear extensions are not making their hair look completely different from what it naturally looks like. NEWSFLASH: When black girls do it well obviously its going to look fake. White girls dont be putting afro wigs on their heads now are they?

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    Nancy Drewblood Says:

    @liya: Good point. I do agree that black women put alot of importance into their hair, but I believe that they put WAY TOO MUCH importance in it…I think hair should be about a personal style preference not a racial one. Being a mixed black women myself, I too have faced accusations of trying to be “white” when I flat iron my hair-from my own black family members…Really!!? Maybe I straightened it because I want to wear it like that today, maybe I want honey or blonde hilights because it brings out my eyes and skin color, maybe I want to cut it because it looks cute to me, not because I want to be a man… and NOT because I am trying to be” white”…In the case of these photos, I think that the hair looks bad because the color does not complement her well, not because she is trying to be “white”. But it is a promo and her stylists are probably just having fun with a different look…

  22. 22
    Nancy Drewblood Says:

    @Nancy Drewblood: *compliment*

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    B. Says:

    Oh, please. Remember that phase of Christina Aguilera when she used to wear dreads or when she used so much spray tanning she was almost black for her Stripped Tour? You didn’t see anyone saying she was trying to be black, she’s was just trying to reinvent herself and look different for publicity, but when someone who actually black do it everybody starts talking. I think she has the right to do whatever she feels like in her tour, and be creative in her show and forms of publicity about it. I just wouldn’t go to her concert ’cause like someone already said, I don’t like her voice. If I wanted to see a perfomance I would definitely go see Britney Spears, who doesn’t sing that much and uses playback but has far more charisma than Beyonce.

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    Ava Says:

    This looks just like Amerie’s “Because I love it” album cover…

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    an opinion Says:

    great legs.

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