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Taylor Swift Braves the Cold in a Chic Red Coat and Thigh-High Boots at Travis Kelce's Latest Game

is complete, Taylor Swift is free to attend football games again—at least until her tour picks back up in February.On December 3, the was spotted at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin as the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Green Bay Packers. Swift made dressing for the chilly Midwestern night look chic in a long coat, which was bright red to match the team's colors, of course.She paired the outerwear with thigh-high black boots and tights, styling her hair into a sleek low bun.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Swift arrived at the game with her fellow Chiefs Brittany Mahomes, who was also decked out in the team's colors.

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Listen to Beyoncé’s surprise new rap song ‘My House’
Beyoncé has shared a surprise new song called ‘My House’ – you can listen to it below.The single soundtracks the closing credits to the singer’s Renaissance concert film, which had its London premiere last night (November 30) ahead of its global release today (December 1).Co-written and co-produced by Beyoncé alongside The-Dream, the fierce ‘My House’ marks the star’s first material since her seventh studio album ‘Renaissance’ (2022). The song is driven by triumphant horns and contains a chanted vocal refrain.In the opening verse, Bey raps: “Me and my thug bae gon’ slide tonight (Slide tonight)/ Call the paparazzi, ain’t got clips to hide tonight (Boom, pow)/ Cash out this plane jet, call Lorraine (Swipe)/ Then take me to Tiffany, I want forty-four karats on my fangs (Bling, ah)/ I want pink diamonds on my belly chain and my nipple rings (Grrah).”Later, the singer mentions “Renaissance, the revolution“, suggesting that ‘My House’ is a leftover cut from the ‘Renaissance’ album sessions.Listen here:Written, directed and produced by Beyoncé, Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé charts the development and execution of the huge ‘Renaissance World Tour’.An official synopsis reads: “Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé accentuates the journey of ‘Renaissance World Tour’, from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri.
Beyoncé confirms worldwide release date of ‘Renaissance’ concert film
Beyoncé has officially announced that her concert film Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé will be released in cinemas worldwide on December 1.After the release date was revealed for the US earlier this month, the singer confirmed on Instagram the film will launch on the same date around the world – including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and South America.Tickets for territories outside the US will go on sale November 9 from the film’s website.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Beyoncé is holding two premieres for the concert film; with the world premiere taking place in London on November 30, while the US premiere will be held in Los Angeles on November 25.A post shared by Beyoncé (@beyonce)A description of the film reads: “Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé accentuates the journey of Renaissance World Tour from its inception, to the opening in Stockholm, Sweden, to the finale in Kansas City, Missouri.“It is about Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, involvement in every aspect of the production, her creative mind and purpose to create her legacy, and master her craft.”The singer previously released a concert film in 2019 titled Homecoming on Netflix, which documented her headline performance at Coachella in 2018.In a four-star review of the ‘Renassiance’ tour in London, NME wrote: “It’s refreshing to witness the playfulness that runs through the whole show; nobody could possibly deny that Beyoncé is one of music’s most talented titans, but there’s now a lightness to her performance which offers up something new.”It comes after the success of Taylor Swift’s concert film for ‘The Eras Tour’ earlier this month, where Beyoncé was seen attending the premiere.