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10 Mar 2016

Beyonce made a surprise appearance at a benefit for Blue Ivy’s school in Los Angeles

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March 10, 2016 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO:  Beyonce  (Photo: s_bukley / shutterstock)

By Florence Anthony

According to Variety, attorneys for Aretha Franklin and producer Alan Elliott are asking for “breathing room” to resolve their legal dispute over footage from Elliott’s documentary Amazing Grace, which was pulled from the Telluride Film Festival after the Queen of Soul challenged its release in court. On March 7, reps for Franklin and Elliott asked a federal court in Denver to enter a preliminary injunction prohibiting Elliott from screening the movie without her consent, with the stipulation that the case be reopened as they try to work on a settlement. Franklin had sued Elliott for using the footage from the 1972 gospel concert without authorization and it was pulled from Telluride after a federal judge ruled in her favor. Since then, the judge in the case, John Kane, has granted several extensions to a temporary injunction as the parties tried to resolve the case…………

Beyonce made a surprise appearance at a benefit for Blue Ivy’s school in Los Angeles on March 5, showing off her dance moves and her vocal finesse for the parents, faculty and supporters at the show. The “Formation” songstress reportedly rocked a tiger print black-and-gold dress. According to audience members, Beyonce’ performed several songs, including “Crazy In Love,” “Halo” and a show-stopping cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.”…………

Since we’re chatting about Bey, her father, Mathew Knowles has a new girl group, Blushhh Music, a harmonically blended hip-hop and R&B trio composed of Sunnie, Tali and Bunnie Ray. The group’s new single, “Old School Back” launches from their debut album, “Old School Hip Hop Past, Present and Future.” Blushhh Music has two hot performances coming up on March 18 at the SXSW Grynd fest showcase in Austin, Texas and March 19 at the Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair 2016 at Market Square in San Antonio, Texas……….

Foxy Brown  (Photo: Everett Collection / shutterstock)

Foxy Brown (Photo: Everett Collection / shutterstock)

Raptress Foxy Brown was recently honored at the Leaders of Tomorrow Brooklyn Honors event. Foxy received the key to the borough of Brooklyn, New York. In addition to Foxy, rappers Diggy Simmons and Joey Bada$$ were also celebrated during the event. ………

Get your hair shine on at Sparkle Beauty Parlor, located at 1571 Lexington Avenue in East Harlem, New York. Elsie Loreus, owner of the salon, which is new to East Harlem, has a dream to leave a legacy of comfort for women. Elsie is proud to call “Sex and the City’s” Chris Noth  as a longtime client, as well as a few members of Royal families around the world. This salon performs magic on your hair unleashing a beauty within that you never knew existed………. 

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