Beyoncé Dresses the Same as her Sister Solange for the Second Time!

March 11, 2015 - By Jan Rainey

Beyoncé-fans took to Times Square to dance for 24-hours as they attempted to set the Guinness world Record for the longest dance relay ever. The dance party, as a part of MTV’s “Break the Record Week” started at 11pm Monday night. Beyoncé herself didn’t show up to the event, but a YouTube star, Todrick Hall, did show up to the event.

Kid Rock recently learned the power of Beyoncé’s fans after he dissed the singer in an interview. Swarms of her fans then proceeded to leave comment after comment on every one of his Instagram photos with a swarm of bee emoji’s. Beyoncé’s fans are said to be a part of the Beyhive, which is the name for her fan group. At two different fashion week’s Beyoncé and her sister Solange Knowles were spotted wearing the same Harbison coat.

In New York, Beyoncé had on a full Harbison ensemble. While in Paris, Solange, wore the same coat for the Vivienne Westwood show. However, Solange had the coat buttoned up, so we weren’t able to see if she had the same dress underneath. Many people assume that Solange borrowed Beyoncé’s coat from her, but no one was able to ask her for a comment. This isn’t the first time that the two sisters were spotted wearing nearly the same thing.

Beyoncé wore a pink Gucci suit for a date night with her husband Jay Z in December. Solange wore the same suit in May to a Gucci Cosmetics launch party. Additionally, Beyoncé has reached out to her backup singer, Tiffany Monique, who is currently battling cancer. Beyoncé made a special post in her website this past Wednesday wishing her performer a speedy recovery. Monique has worked with Beyoncé since 2007. She has also worked with Mariah Carey and Kelly Clarkson. Monique has updated her fans on her Facebook page about her condition and said that she was finally comfortable after a hard previous week.

She said that she was going to get some sleep while she still can. Also, Beyoncé’s vegan delivery service is finally starting to make its rounds on the internet. It’s called 22 Days Nutrition, and it’s based on the idea that it takes around 21 days to break a habit. The meals are sent to your house once a week, and cost around $10 a meal.

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