Beyonce at 'Notorious' Premiere
Sexy superstar Beyonce Knowles made an appearance at last night's premiere of "Notorious," the life and death story of rap legend Notorious B.I.G. (a.k.a. Christopher Wallace) (opens January 16).
The movie was executive produced by Diddy, who attended the premiere with Biggie's mother Voletta on him arm, expressing satisfaction with the way the film remembered his friend who was shot dead in 1997.
Also yesterday, it was announced that Beyonce led the music nominations for the NAACP Image Awards, given by the oldest U.S. civil rights organization, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Beyonce got five nods including outstanding artist, album, song, and music video for "Single Ladies" and "If I Were a Boy."
The immensely popular video for "Single Ladies" has been praised for its simple style (just three dancers in leotards) and a mesmerizing choreography that blends Bob Fosse moves with a jazzy dance club style called J-setting.