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Beyhive

A nickname for the devoted fanbase of the singer Beyoncé. My ears are ringing from the screams of the Beyhive hoping to get a glimpse of Beyoncé leaving the hotel.
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She's mastered the craft, owned it and turned it into a fortune which has built her massive following commonly referred to as the Beyhive.
PS3, Primark ...reading about the history of the Beatles to the Beyhive in Hannah Ewens' new book, Fangirls: Scenes From Modern Music Culture.
The budget fashion retailer are selling a whole range of fancy dress outfits for pets, including a unicorn onesie, a hot dog costume which was practically made for dachshund owners and a bumblebee get-up that members of the Beyhive will love.
Examples of fandom contexts include the BeyHive (Beyonce), Supernatural (TV show), and even the Little Women by Louisa May Alcott book fandom on Tumblr (Gavino, 2017).
The Beyhive showered anger over Omari stepping ahead of his boundaries at the 2019 NAACP Image Awards, as reported by E!
By the end of Beyonce in Formation, I suspect you'll join the Beyhive's chorus singing, "Does it matter?" Tinsley convincingly argues that it does not, and her insistence on seeing queer femme-ness in Lemonade's femininity is enough to help the reader imagine a freer freedom and a more radical black feminism.
Members of the Beyhive began to question whether the star was announcing another pregnancy when she ended the song by drawing attention to her belly.
"I am so excited to see the BeyHive tonight at Coachella.
According to a report by Harpers Bazaar online, citing the BeyHive Team fan account on Twitter, the pop star will be paid $25 million for her involvement in the said project, which will also have her 'curating' and 'producing' new 'African-inspired' music for the movie's official soundtrack.
This generation has birthed an evolved class of artist fandoms: Little Monsters, Barbz, the Navy, and the Beyhive, among other uber-faithful supporters.
He is, needless to say, being badly stung by The Beyhive online.
From the moment the curtain dropped, the BeyHive was buzzing at a fever pitch and the enthusiasm of the crowd and the energy on stage never let up.
The singer, pictured below, has followed in the footsteps of celeb pals such as Gwyneth Paltrow by creating a blog and newsletter, The BeyHive Blog, and said it's her way of sharing inspiring things.