Beyoncé Appears to Glare at Quentin Tarantino during 2020 Golden Globes and Sparks Feud Rumors

Fans in a frenzy of speculation over perceived bad blood between Beyoncé and Quentin Tarantino.

A brief exchange of glances has fans wondering if there is a dispute between director Quentin Tarantino and pop diva Beyoncé Knowles

The celebrities crossed paths at the 2020 Golden Globe Awards where the director won Best Screenplay for his work on "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood". 

Beyoncé and Jay-Z at Sean "Diddy" Combs' 50th birthday party/ Source: Getty Images

Beyoncé and Jay-Z at Sean "Diddy" Combs' 50th birthday party/ Source: Getty Images

Beyoncé was pipped at the post for Best Song at the 2020 Golden Globes by British music legend, Sir Elton John.

BEYONCÉ GLARES AT QUENTIN TARANTINO

The crucial moment was captured on camera as Margot Robbie announced Tarantino as the winner.

The camera panned to film the director getting up and walking past Beyoncé and her husband, Jay-Z on his way to the stage. The singer gave the passing Tarantino a less than friendly glare that has Twitter in a tizzy.

Beyoncé, wearing a dramatic gold and black gown, is clearly seen looking over her shoulder at Tarantino, and her expression conveys a universe of shade leading many to speculate about a beef between the singer and the director.

One of the comments indicated what just might be the true reason for Beyoncé's unfriendly glare. Cece Chrys‏ @chef_Chrys wrote:

"I think he hit her chair or her dress as he passed by and she just made a face that’s all"

The perceived beef might just be as simple as that. And it makes sense.

Beyoncé's gorgeous Schiaparelli couture gown had voluminous puffed sleeves and bodice in gold lamé, over a slinky black body.

It looks as if the slightest touch will shift the sleeves and bare the diva's breasts. It might be that Tarantino inadvertently brushed against the gown, causing Beyoncé to suffer a moment of anxiety over a possible costume failure...

BEYONCÉ LOSES GOLDEN GLOBE TO ELTON JOHN

Pop diva Beyoncé was pipped at the post for Best Song at the 2020 Golden Globes by British music legend, Sir Elton John.

John and his lyricist Berine Taupin, who has been working with the singer-composer for over 52 years, won the award for their original song “(I’m Gonna) Love Me Again,” written especially for the biopic “Rocketman.”

John and Taupin's song triumphed over Beyoncé's "Spirit," written for "The Lion King," Andrew Lloyd Webber's “Beautiful Ghosts” from “Cats“; Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez’s “Into the Unknown” from “Frozen 2”; and Joshuah Brian Campbell and Cynthia Erivo’s “Stand Up” from “Harriet.”

Curiously, the beloved evergreen songs from "The Lion King" soundtrack were written by Elton John and Tim Rice.

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