Beyoncé’s Homecoming : Everything We Learn About Beychella
“It was important to me that everyone had who never seen themselves represented felt like they were on that stage with us. As a black woman, I used to feel like the world wanted me to stay in my little box. And black woman often feel underestimated. I wanted us to be proud of not only the show, but the process. Proud of the struggle. Thankful for the beauty that comes with a painful history and rejoice in the pain. Rejoice in the imperfections and the wrongs that are so damn right. I wanted everyone to feel thankful for their curves, their sass, their honesty – thankful for their freedom. It was no rules and we were able to create a free, safe space where none of us were marginalized.”
pleins de références, genre l’hymne noir :
(je connaissais pas)
autour de la #black_greek_life (ahah, j’adore (je suis d’origine grecque, yo c’est quoi ce merdier là)).
Trop trop forte.
Le film est sur netflix.
ah il y a aussi ça :
Beyoncé was of course originally meant to headline Coachella in 2017, but she — as she puts it in the doc — “got pregnant unexpectedly … and it ended up being twins, which was even more of a surprise.” It forced her to postpone Beychella until the following year, and the toll that carrying twins took on her body, she says, was irreversible. Beyoncé reveals that she suffered from high blood pressure, toxemia, and preeclampsia, and had to undergo an emergency C-section when one of the twins’ hearts stopped beating. On the day she gave birth, she says she weighed 218 pounds. Reconnecting with her body and mind post-partum was grueling. “I’m creating my own homecoming,” she says of the first rehearsal for Beychella. “There were days that I thought I’d never be the same. My strength and endurance would never be the same.”