Beyoncé’s website overwhelmed by fans

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Fans flocked to Beyoncé’s website, believing it was an important announcement… but it was only about international release dates for the film. Renaissance “.

Beyoncé fans were convinced that their idol was up to something. On Monday evening, various accounts shared screenshots showing that the musician’s official website had been down for several hours, leading fans to believe that a special announcement was going to be made. But it was only a false alarm. In fact, fans had overloaded the site to the point of crashing, but the big reveal was only about the next set of countries the film was touring Renaissance will be broadcast.

Okay, okay. You didn’t have to bring my website downBeyoncé said in a trailer announcing the 15 additional countries where the film will be shown. But I told you, the renaissance is not over. »

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This week-end, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé will be released theatrically in Brazil, Spain, Italy, Japan, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Indonesia, Hungary, Andorra, Romania, Bulgaria, Mongolia and Taiwan .

Fans were disappointed to say the least after having high hopes. On X, a fan wrote: “ I thought Beyoncé was about to announce a second leg of the Renaissance World Tour “. Among the dozens of responses to the post was Honey Balenciaga, a dancer who performed throughout the tour Renaissance this summer, intervened. “ Me too ! ”, she replied. When fans suggested she should already know what happened next, she added: “ Only Beyonce is supposed to know Beyonce’s business “.


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