View Full Image REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson Beyonce poses backstage after performing at the 56th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California January 26, 2014. Here is a little background to how the whole thing started. French photographer Pascal Rostain who discovered that President Francois Hollande was having an affair is now behind United States President Obama and says he is cheating on his wife Michelle Obama , Daily Mail is reporting. “I can assure you that the world will talk about the Obama-Beyonce affair,” Rostain told France’s Le Figaro newspaper adding that U.S. media will reportedly come out with a story on the alleged affair soon. However Washington Post has denied the claims. “I can tell you that it’s false. The Washington Post does not produce articles,” Kristine Coratti, director of communications for the newspaper told The Daily Mail. However Twitter ati is having fun with the whole idea of Obama getting hooked to Beyonce since there are also recent reports that things are not going so rosy between Obama and first lady Michelle. The morphed picture of Barack-Obama and Beyonce is doing round son Internet. Joakim Jarl (@joakimjarl) February 10, 2014 There are some people who are quite perturbed at the whole story and feel Beyonce should not do this since the Obamas are great fan of her music.
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Kate Hansen dances in Sochi and doesn’t ‘care who’s staring’
The video has become so popular, the Russian crowd chanted, Dance! Dance! Dance!, as she completed her final run Tuesday. Hansen, who finished 10th here, jams to a strictly Beyonce playlist before races because it gets me fierce, and I get stoked. Her fandom apparently has caught the singers attention, too, as Knowles posted a story about Hansens dance moves on her official Facebook page Tuesday and wished her luck. Go Kate!, the singer wrote. Not everyone, however, is charmed by the free-spirited Hansens ability to bust a move. NBC commentator Duncan Kennedy a former Olympian who is also the U.S. Luge Associations technical director criticized her pre-race warm up during Monday nights broadcast. I would like to see something a little more sports-specific from her, Kennedy said. What you see out of the top runners, the really heavy hitters, is theyre working those start muscles, theyre working the low back, theyre working the arms and the shoulders and getting the power out of them. And while that might be a very good, general warm-up, Im not sure it gets the job done for medal contention. Hansen, who attends Brigham Young, had turned off her phone before Mondays competition so she had not seen the Internets reaction to her dancing or its disdain for Kennedys criticisms. Hansen smiled and shrugged at Kennedy’s comments. She has been busting a move before competitions since she broke her foot during team selection races in October. The injury prevented her from running, so she danced to warm up her muscles instead. Ive danced before every race this season, she said.