Saturday, 17 July 2010

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles Tattoo Styles




Beyoncé Giselle Knowles (born September 4, 1981), better known as Beyonce is an American R & B singer / songwriter, director and actress. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, she enrolled in various performing arts schools, and was first exposed to singing and dancing competitions as a child. She rose to fame in the late 1990's as a child singer of girl group Destiny's.
Knowles has more than 50 million records sold worldwide group. In the autumn of 2007, Beyoncé shows henna tattoo on his right hand when she came to the Halim Perdanakusuma airport in Jakarta, Indonesia. She looks pretty hot with a new tattoo with Henna. Beyonce January Mantis hip tattoo removed after a few sessions of laser therapy.
Before the wedding of Beyonce and Jay-Z, they both have matching tattoos of the Roman number IV, which means her marriage, which took place on May 4 in France. So, the number four is still an obsession.




The singer’s interest developed after she watched ‘Sister Act’ stage musical in London’s West End theatre in between her UK ‘I Am Sasha Fierce tour’, reports the China Daily.




“Beyonce has asked her representatives to persuade Disney to develop the show into a film vehicle for her,” Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper reports.




It adds: “If this comes to pass, she would take on, in musical form, the part Whoopi Goldberg creates in the 1992 ‘Sister Act’ film, although the stage version moves the action from the West Coast to Philadelphia.”


If the project is agreed upon, the Bodylicious hitmaker will play the role Deloris Van Cartier, which was previously portrayed by Whoopi Goldberg who is forced to dress up as a nun while fleeing a group of gangsters.


US actress Patina Miller is presently playing the lead character in the West End musical, which is co-produced by Whoopi.



Meanwhile, the Dreamgirls star is also in talks about releasing ‘Take Me To Heaven’, one of the musical’s well-known hits.


However, the filming is not expected to start before 2011, as the musical will move to New York’s Broadway theatre district in late 2010. (ANI)