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After a year off, The Sing-Off returns for a fourth season to NBC this Christmas. Season 3 winners Pentatonix have gradually become the singing competition’s Kelly Clarkson by being the most successful out of the bunch. Since winning two years ago, their debut EP debuted at No. 14 with a brand new one dropping this week. In addition, they’ve appeared in numerous YouTube videos which have gone viral.

One of their best is the epic “Evolution of Beyoncé” which chronicled the “Irreplaceable” singer’s discography all the way from her Destiny’s Child days to her “Grown Woman” era. Their a capella medley was genius. Apparently, Ellen Degeneres thought so too. She brought them on her show Monday to perform it for a live studio audience. Not surprisingly, it’s pitch perfect. Check it out below, along with the original and their interpretation of the evolution of music. That’s brilliant as well.

watch the amazing performance after the jump

Beyonce Gives A Glimpse Into 2014

In: Celeb Gossip & News, Donovan

2013 was supposed to give us Beyonce’s fifth studio album. Sadly that never came to be. Instead we get Bey’s, correct me if I’m wrong, first ever foray pimping calendars. Watch out Kylie Minogue, you’ve got some competition.

The Beyoncé 2014 Official Calendar is available on her website now and can be purchased for just $15. Inside you’ll see the “Grown Woman” singer channeling her inner Sasha Fierceness in a multitude of looks. This behind-the-scenes glimpse should satisfy the singer’s Hive. It’s not a new album, but it’s at least something to tide over her fans. Check it out below.

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Since Britney Spears recently revealed she wasn’t comfortable being sexy anymore because she’s a mother (I call BS) and nixed almost half of the original footage, I’m shifting all these plagiarism claims to her people, most notably director Ben Mor. Just like with that Jonas Akerlund debacle with similar visuals for Katy Perry’s perfume commercial and Beyonce’s Miss Carter World Tour promo. Ultimately, it’s the director’s vision, especially when said artist is Spears who seems, no offense, heavily persuaded by her creative team.

In the end, everyone borrows from everyone. Maybe I should say, gets inspired. Much more polite, right? At least with Britney’s awesome “Work Bitch” it wasn’t one specific artist that was targeted. Mor went global and picked a Serbian dance diva (Nikolija), Mexican pop duo (Prima J) and a Chinese sensation (Jane Zhang) to get “inspired” by and fuse together ideas for Brit’s latest clip. Arguably, Zhang was the biggest influence. Her desert backdrop while grooving with an army of backup dancers on a raised square-shaped platform is practically a carbon copy. Check out all the original clips below and weigh in afterward.

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It’s hard to feel sorry for Beyonce but you gotta feel for the girl for experiencing another mishap during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. The 32-year-old singer has already been slapped by a concertgoer and had her weave sucked up by one of her fan machines. The latest incident occurred during her stop in Sao Paulo, Brazil over the weekend.

During her performance of “Irreplaceable,” an overzealous crazed fan grabbed Bey to hug her. Whether it was adrenaline or momentary insanity, he pulled on Beyonce so hard, she practically was dragged off the stage. Not surprisingly, security guards came to the rescue. Before things got too out of hand, Mrs. Carter reeled in her crew to lay off the fan. Who knew this Queen was so merciful. Watch the entire thing go down below.

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Todrick Hall has once again created a masterpiece. He’s truly outdone himself on this one. If you’ve been following the former American Idol hopeful, you know that he has a thing for fairy tales and Beyonce. Naturally, it was only a matter of time before he combined the two.

Cinderonce is his latest parody. He tells the classic Disney fairy tale using Beyonce tracks as the soundtrack. From “Halo” to “Love on Top” Prince Charming’s journey to find his princess is told through the lyrics of Bey.

One highlight occurs when Cinderlla’s fairy godmother, played by Shangela, appears to give her a beautiful ball gown. Naturally, “Freakum Dress” plays. Another favorite musical moment happens when Cinderella’s ratchet stepsisters try to fit their feet in the glass slipper to “Why Don’t You Love Me.” Absolutely brillballs.

Check his latest creation below. If you haven’t sampled his other work, be sure to click on the related links at the end of the post.

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Watch out Nashville, you’re about to get pwned by Beyonce. I was already obsessed with “Grown Woman,” but this awesome countrified acoustic remix just put me over the edge. No lie. It’s rocking my world hard right now. Bey sassily delivering the lyrics over a plucked guitar is EVERYTHING. Give the wicked new version a listen below.

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I never thought I’d see the day. Has hell frozen over and I didn’t get the memo. Just two days after wrapping up the summer leg of her Mrs. Carter Tour, the 31-year-old singer debuts a brand new look. Gone are her signature long luscious locks and now she’s sporting a short blond pixie haircut.

Whatever is she going to do with those high-powered fans? Speaking of the wind blowing machines, I wonder if this new drastic change has something to do with that mishap recently at her concert which found her weave stuck in a fan. Perhaps she has a phobia regarding those machines now?

Check out a trio of Instagram selfies below showing off her new look.

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Who knew Beyonce was so civic minded? During the Detroit stop of her Mrs. Carter World Tour, the 31-year-old singer covered Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” and dedicated it to the Motor City. Why? The city which at one time was a thriving industrial center- the heart of America’s auto industry- and one of America’s most important cities recently declared bankruptcy. It became the largest US city ever to do so with over $18 billion in debts. Check out Bey’s video tribute below, highlighting the people of Detroit and its contributions including Motown, the automobile industry, city landmarks and everything in between.

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