Tina Knowles brought in her 60th birthday RIGHT! Heading down to New Orleans, Miss Tina had a sexy masquerade ball for her birthday, which was a huge celebrity-studded affair! Of course, daughters Beyoncé and Solange Knowles were in attendance, as well as Kelly Rowland and Jay-Z. Other celeb attendees included Jennifer Hudson, Monica and Shannon Brown, and even Kris Jenner! Check out some pics from the bash below!
Jennifer Hudson, Tina Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé
Mama Tina rolls up in a horse-drawn carriage!
Solange Knowles and her boyfriend
Miss Tina poses with Kelly Rowland and Monica
Bey poses with a party guest
Jennifer Hudson, Beyonce, Kris Jenner, and Tina Knowles
Monica and Shannon Brown with Jay-Z
Jennifer Hudson, Kris Jenner, Ty Hunter, and Monica
The party looked like so much fun, and Miss Tina looked SNATCHED! I always wanted to throw a masquerade ball myself…the masks really pop and add a sense of mystery and sexiness. It’s cool that Solange and Bey threw their mama a hot party like this!
Superbowl XLVII will take place on Feb. 3, 2013, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, the first in that city since 2002, and the first since Hurricane Katrina’s major destruction of the city in 2005.
Bey is no newbie to the Super Bowl, having sung the national anthem at Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004 in her hometown Houston when the New England Patriots defeated the Carolina Panthers.
Am I excited to see a full half-time show of Miss Beyoncé Knowles?! You damn skippy! She is electrifying on stage, and I know that she is going to kill it in New Orleans! Maybe just maybe she’ll bring out hubby Jay-Z, or even old Destiny’s Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams! Too excited!
Brad Pitt takes himself and his Jesus hair to New Orleans where he dishes with New Orleans born and bred Ellen DeGeneres about the Make It Right program he started to help out the peeps in the lower ninth ward.
Check out the highlights and a video clip below.
ON NEW ORLEANS AND “MAKE IT RIGHT”:
Ellen: Let me start from the beginning. Lets start from when you first fell in love with New Orleans. Where were you? What year?
Brad: Early 90’s and it was a bit of a blur because New Orleans will do that to you.
Ellen: I don’t remember last night.
Brad: Yeah I understand. I fell in love with the place. The people. The music. It’s in the air. It’s something you can’t describe on camera.
Ellen: It’s just got to make you feel so good that you’re doing this and that everybody’s saying, thank you.
Brad: I know but I’m getting far too much credit for this. This took a lot of very smart people coming in and attacking the situation. It took the families determined to come back and their resilience and they’re defining what this thing was going to be. I get far too much credit for bringing some really smart people together.
ON HAVING A FUTURE ARCHITECT IN THE FAMILY:
Ellen: Obviously you’re an example for your children. Do you think anyone’s going to end up in design in architecture?
Brad: I think I got one.
Ellen: You’ve got to be happy about that.
Brad: Yeah, I’m pushing them that way.
Ellen: That’s like anathlete wanting their kid to be….
Brad: A little bit. When you see them drawing crayon houses. That’s a beautiful house, honey. Just keep pushing them..
Ellen: What if the elevation was like this…
Brad: The door proportion wise was just over to the left….