From the makeup-free vacation pictures she posts on Tumblr to candid paparazzo shots taken in the streets, Rarely is Queen Bey pictured with a hair out of place.
One might almost assume she’s magically photogenic.
Yvette Noel-Schure respectfully asked that Buzzfeed remove seven of the 33 images used by Yapalater in her post, “The 33 Fiercest Moments From Beyoncé’s Halftime Show.”
Here, as Buzzfeed Celeb writes, are “the photos from the live halftime performance broadcast to 108.4 million people” Noel-Schure called unflattering.
Beyonce’s publicist apparently gets mad when the media doesn’t act like her PR firm. http://bit.ly/XL7uDV
@BuzzFeedAndrew Thanks to #11, I now know what Beyonce looked like when she gave birth last year
"The most obvious lesson from the whole thing is that if there’s ever a picture up on the Internet that you don’t want people to see, it’s probably not the best strategy to go ahead and flag said photo for a blogger who makes her bones by creating viral listicles. (That would appear to be PR 101 in the online age.)" wrote Slate.com’s Josh Voorhees.
Lindy West of Jezebel agreed.
"Weird! It’s almost as though she’s a human being with muscles and a face!" she wrote about the photos in question. "Kewl idea, publicist lady! Then no one will know the truth. About Bey having a face.