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October 12, 2019

Beyoncé Flashes Her Décolletage in Plunging Mini Outfit in a Series of Sultry Photos

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Beyonce flashed her gorgeous figure in a plunging miniature dress outfit in a series of sultry photos she posted on Instagram. 

It's not unusual for Beyonce to show off her outfits on social media, and this time, she decided to show off a few sexy photos dressed in a floral coat and mini-skirt.

Beyonce's Fierce Photoshoot

Beyonce strut her stuff as she posed fiercely for the pictures, all made up in glossy red lip color. She let her long hair loose and accessorized her coat and skirt with black heels with tassels. She also wore statement diamond earrings, and diamond jewelry on her hands. 

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A couple of days prior, Beyonce attended the opening of Tyler Perry's Atlanta studio grand gala with her husband Jay-Z. 

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A Gathering of Black Icons

Being the fashionista that she is, Beyonce donned a gold beaded dress designed by Yousef Aljasmi. She accessorized her look with diamond drop earrings by Anabela Chan and a pair of strappy sandals. 

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Beyonce's mom, Tina Knowles-Lawson, was also in attendance with her husband Richard Lawson. The star-studded event was attended by proudly Black celebrities, such as Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry, Ava DuVernay, Taraji P. Henson, Kelly Rowland, and Viola Davis. 

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Tyler Perry's Historic Studio

Tyler's newly built studio is the first owned by a black man, and it's also the biggest studio in the entire US. In fact, if Warner Brothers' Studios, Walt Disney Studios, Paramount Studios were all combined, Tyler Perry Studios would still be bigger. 

According to AJC, Perry's new studio "is the only major film studio in the country owned by an African-American." His newly-built 330-acre studio cost a whopping $250 million to build. 

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The Story Behind the Studio

The place where he built his studio was once Fort McPherson, a Confederate Army base camp during the Civil War, a time where people were trying to keep the Blacks enslaved. Now, he purchased the 330-acre land which holds 12 sound stages for movie productions. 

The studio features 12 soundstages named after black pioneers in the entertainment industry, the first life-sized replica of the White House, an airplane, an airport, a suburban village, a hospital, among many others. 

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