Beyonce models royal blue for latest Ivy Park Rodeo Collection


Beyonce models royal blue for latest Ivy Park Rodeo Collection… after Barbra Streisand said she wanted her in the A Star Is Born remake and not Lady Gaga

Music queen Beyonce pulled off an exotic look for her latest posts to her Ivy Park Instagram page.

The Crazy In Love singer was wearing head-to-toe royal blue as she paired a hat and veil with her Ivy Park workout clothes.

This comes after legendary singer Barbra Streisand said she wished Beyonce and Will Smith had starred in the 2018 remake of A Star Is Born and not Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. 

Stick ’em up: Music queen Beyonce pulled off an exotic look for her latest posts to her Ivy Park Instagram page

Chart-topper Beyonce had on a cowgirl hat with a fringed veil that doubled as a face mask. A coat was seen over her workout onesie which had cut outs filled with fishnet.

Her shoes were platform sneakers in white with the same royal blue color used in the stripes.

The wife of Jay-Z kept her nails long and summer white as her hair was worn down in soft semi-frizzy curls. 

Wild: The Crazy In Love singer was wearing head-to-toe royal blue as she paired a hat and veil with her Ivy Park workout clothes

Wild: The Crazy In Love singer was wearing head-to-toe royal blue as she paired a hat and veil with her Ivy Park workout clothes

Only her eyes and eyebrows could be seen as she modeled caramel colored makeup.

The setting seemed to be a studio made up to look like a barn with hay.

The caption for the blue images read, ‘#IVYPARKRODEO. Aug 19 adidas.com. Aug 20 select stores globally.’ 

The theme of her latest ad campaign has been cowgirl western. 

Fun theme: Chart-topper Beyonce had on a cowgirl hat with a fringed veil that doubled as a face mask. A coat was seen over her workout onesie which had cut outs filled with fishnet

Fun theme: Chart-topper Beyonce had on a cowgirl hat with a fringed veil that doubled as a face mask. A coat was seen over her workout onesie which had cut outs filled with fishnet

On Sunday, Streisand said she thinks the most recent A Star Is Born remake was ‘the wrong idea’.

The 79-year-old music icon starred alongside Kris Kristofferson in the third iteration of the romantic drama film in 1976, after two previous versions in 1954 – which starred Judy Garland and James Manson – and in 1937, with leads Janet Gaynor and Fredric March.

In 2018, the film was remade again with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in the main roles, after previous rumours had indicated that Beyonce and Will Smith were set to star in the project.

Blue theme: One of her children were also seen in a blue cowboy hat for an Ivy Park video

And now, Barbra has said Beyonce and Will would have made the film more ‘interesting’, as she believes the final version of the 2018 movie was too similar to her own version.

She said: ‘At first, when I heard it was going to be done again, it was supposed to be Will Smith and Beyoncé , and I thought, that’s interesting. Really make it different again, different kind of music, integrated actors, I thought that was a great idea.

‘So, I was surprised when I saw how alike it was to the version that I did in 1976.’ 

She wanted these two: 'At first, when I heard it was going to be done again, it was supposed to be Will Smith and Beyoncé, and I thought, that's interesting,' said the legend

She wanted change: 'Really make it different again, different kind of music, integrated actors, I thought that was a great idea,' added Babs

She wanted these two: ‘At first, when I heard it was going to be done again, it was supposed to be Will Smith and Beyoncé, and I thought, that’s interesting,’ said the legend

Babs talking again! On Sunday, Barbra Streisand said she thinks the most recent A Star Is Born remake was 'the wrong idea'. The 79-year-old music icon starred alongside Kris Kristofferson in the third iteration of the romantic drama film in 1976

Babs talking again! On Sunday, Barbra Streisand said she thinks the most recent A Star Is Born remake was ‘the wrong idea’. The 79-year-old music icon starred alongside Kris Kristofferson in the third iteration of the romantic drama film in 1976

Barbra went on to say that she ‘thought it was the wrong idea’ for the remake but that she ‘can’t argue with success’ after it grossed $436m at the box office.

Speaking to ‘The Sunday Project’, she added: ‘[But] I don’t care so much about success as I do originality’.

Meanwhile, the ‘Funny Girl’ star previously said she thought Lady Gaga was ‘very good’ in her role.

Speaking about the 2018 film just a few days before its release, she said: ‘I haven’t seen the full cut, but it’s very good. Every time that film is made it’s a success. I loved Judy Garland’s version, I like this one a lot, and I liked mine.’

Not a fan? She said Cooper's version was too much like her own version; seen with Gaga

Not a fan? She said Cooper’s version was too much like her own version; seen with Gaga

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