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Beyonce opens controversy about her skin lightening at the premiere of ‘Renaissance’

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Beyonce opens controversy about her skin lightening at the premiere of Renaissance
Beyonce opens controversy about her skin lightening at the premiere of Renaissance
Khushbu Kumari

Fans notice a change in Beyonce's skin tone, sparking comparisons with Kim Kardashian and generating questions on networks about the reason for her apparent transformation.

Beyonce debuted her film 'Renaissance: A Film By Beyonce' at a lavish gala in Beverly Hills last Saturday, where she shared the chrome carpet with prominent personalities. The attention was focused on her outfit, a tight silver strapless dress from the famous luxury brand Versace, complemented by opera gloves, high heels and matching earrings. Metallic makeup with lips in tone nude completed her look.

Despite the spectacular nature of her presence, some observers noted an apparent change in Beyoncé's skin tone, suggesting that she This observation sparked comparisons with Kim Kardashian, and social media was filled with questions about the reason behind the apparent transformation: “Why does Beyoncé look whiter now?”


Photographs shared online showed Beyoncé with a lighter skin tone, even accompanied by eyes that appeared slightly lighter. Although lighting and camera flashes could have influenced this visual phenomenon, the perception of a change in her appearance took hold among internet users.

Online reactions varied, with some expressing that the singer seemed “whiter every day,” while others pointed out the concept of “privileged white,”, highlighting a change in the perception of the artist's status. However, it is important to note that these observations focus on Beyoncé's visual appearance and do not indicate changes in her identity or public posture.

On the other hand, the prominent American pop artist gathered various music celebrities on the night of November 25 in Beverly Hills for the avant premiere of their film that documents their world tour, called Renaissance World Tour. The film is scheduled for release on December 1 in theaters in the United States and England.

The audiovisual captures the magnitude of the Renaissance tour, which began on May 10 in Stockholm and concluded on May 1 October in Kansas City, Missouri.


According to reports from Variety, Beyonce, at 42 years old and working as a songwriter, singer, actress and businesswoman, was inspired by her colleague Taylor Swift's monumental planetary tour , The Eras Tour, to achieve the desired impact.

The event, held at the Goldwyn Theater, maintained total secrecy, suggesting attendees dress with “cozy opulence“. Among the figures summoned were Lizzo, Janelle Monáe, Halle Bailey, Ava DuVernay, Tyler Perry, Issa Rae, Marsai Martin, Laverne Cox, Niecy Nash-Betts, Gabrielle Union, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett and Shaun Ross, prominent entertainment personalities who contributed to the resonance of the event.

What is “Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce” about?

Beyoncé, the renowned American artist, seeks to emulate the cinematographic success of Taylor Swift with the film his tour “The Eras Tour”. The singer, whose career began in the 1990s, spread her music to different cities in Europe and North America between May and October of this year, with the intention of bringing her concerts and her musical journey to the big screen.

The film, titled “Renaissance: A Film by Beyonce,” highlights the journey of the world tour, from its beginning in Stockholm, Sweden, to its conclusion in Kansas City, Missouri. The synopsis emphasizes Beyoncé's intention, hard work and active involvement in all aspects of the production, revealing her creative mind and determination to forge her legacy and perfect her craft.


Beyonce's tour was conceived as a promotional platform for her most recent album, titled “Renaissance,” which includes songs like “Cuff It,” “ Break My Soul” and “Heated.” The artist, known for having achieved fame as part of the group Destiny's Child, in which she shared the stage with LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson, now ventures into the cinematographic presentation of this musical journey.

Sharing posters and official trailers, Beyoncé has announced the screening of her documentary film in various territories around the world, including Colombia, giving her followers the opportunity to immerse themselves in the experience of her tour in a visual and artistic way.


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