The talk show host recently commented on Fergie's recent performance of the US National Anthem at the NBA All Star Game last weekend after it drew widespread criticism.
The Beyhive may be coming for Wendy Williams! While she was criticizing the singer in the February 20 episode of her show, she took the opportunity to slam other female musicians. [Jennifer] Lopez needs autotune. But Williams grouped Beyoncé in with Fergie on Tuesday and suggested that both of them need autotune for live performances. One thing is for sure, the singer has been able to count on his fans to make his defence in the face of Wendy William! We need to stop acting like she's okay.
Nearly instantly after Wendy dissed Beyonce, the Beyhive pounced. "U might need a longer vacation".
Beyonce is one of the greatest singers of his generation and has proved a few times his enormous talent. She once spoke out against HBCUs by saying, "Be very clear, I find nothing wrong with historically Black colleges...." See more angry reactions below! She thinks Beyonce needs auto tune. - In 2013, Beyonce received backlash for "lip syncing" her performance at the presidential inauguration for Barack Obama, 56.
Beyoncé performed the National Anthem on the spot during a press conference ahead of the Super Bowl in January 2013. After flawlessly performing in front of the cheering crowd, she said, "Any questions?" as she laughed. Yes, Bey admitted to lip syncing at the inauguration, but she had a good reason for doing so: to protect her voice. As you say, that his remark is not well with the internet users.
"Wendy Williams just said Beyoncé needs autotune, and the only real singers are Adele, Aretha, Celine, Dionne, and Mariah", someone tweeted.
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