Thanks Beyonce, nearly four years later and now you’ve decided to show off your wedding dress from your April 4, 2008 nuptials to Jay-Z?
You know what? The “married Beyonce” ship sailed a looonggg time ago. It’s all about “pregnant Beyonce” now, so what can you do for us regarding that topic?
I’m sure no-one cares about Beyonce’s wedding dress now-OK I LIED LEMME SEE IT!
In a new video from her “Live at Roseland” NYC concert she performs the song “I was Here” as the live concert footage from Roseland is intercut with home videos beginning from when Beyonce was just a toddler, to her early Destiny’s Child days, to video of Beyonce traveling the world and then her most famous television appearances.
But for a split second in the video are two quick images of Beyonce in her gorgeous wedding dress. If you blink, you will surely miss it.
The bright white strapless dress features a heart shaped bust, with a gathered waist and a huge ruffled train. The train on Beyonce’s dress made the Duchess of Cambridge’s train look like a white rug.
I’m surprised she even revealed that much. When the wedding took place in NY nearly four years ago, it’s was such a closely guarded event that the only photos the public saw were of guests getting out of their cars and walking towards the building.
In other Beyonce news, she was seen house shopping in Miami over the weekend. Miami? Beyonce’s main place of residence seems to by NY, but I wish her and Jay-Z would move to Los Angeles because I have this dream of one day running into them at a Starbucks and then talking about music for like an hour before posing for a twitpic and asking them to sign my forehead as Jayonce. It’s gonna happen.
Anyways, Beyonce was visibly pregnant as she waddles around Miami with two bodyguards as she shopped for real estate. I think the fake pregnancy rumors have died down for now. And Beyonce’s usually mum hubby has been speaking out more about the baby lately.
Jay revealed that after his own dad left him at age 11 he plans on being a very hands on father.
“Providing- that’s not love. Being there – that’s more important. We see that with all these rich socialites. They’re crying out for attention; they’re hurting for love. I’m not being judgmental, I’m just making an observation.”