In February 2013, The Huffington Post posted an article titled “Beyoncé, Still Not Madonna” after Beyoncé's performance at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show in February 2013. The Huffington Post also posted more than 20 articles related to the performance, including “Beyonce's Publicist Trying To Remove Photos From Internet” and “Destiny's Child Sales Explode After Super Bowl."Continue Reading
In 2015, Beyoncé Knowles performed with Nicki Minaj at Tidal X: 10/20 Concert, performing their collaboration "Feeling Myself" for the first time. The performance caused strong reaction from the press and was covered by People Magazine, the Huffington Post and Rolling Stone, among others. Later, Rolling Stone posted a behind-the-scenes clip of the event in which Beyoncé interpolates "Darling Nicki" by Prince. Entertainment Tonight also has an article featuring Instagram photos and short clips from the "Feeling Myself" performance.
The article “Beyoncé, Still Not Madonna" compares the ratings of Beyoncé's show to those of Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show one year before. Beyonce's Super Bowl audience hit an average of 104 million, which fell short of Madonna's Super Bowl ratings of 112.5 million viewers in 2012.
The Daily Mirror, a British national daily tabloid newspaper, posted several photos of Beyoncé during her Super Bowl halftime show, many of them unflattering. Some of the photos went viral on the Internet and were turned into memes. Reportedly, Beyoncé's publicist has asked some websites to remove them, particularly the unflattering ones.Learn more about Art & Literature