Beyonce‘s music has taken a turn for the theatrical with a series of spoken word performances based on her music.

Beyonce may not have made it Broadway yet, but one thespian is definitely be planting the seed for a musical!

It’s not clear whether actress Nina Millin has taken to acting out Bey’s music for the giggles or as a serious project. The whole thing brings to mind the high school theater class exercise where your teacher assigns you a song to dramatize.

The result has been a thoroughly entertaining YouTube series called “The Beyoncelogues.” The latest installment in the series is “Single Ladies,” and it’s shocking that it took Nina this long to get to it!

“Single Ladies” is a good introduction to the series, but check out some other gems from “The Beyoncelogues.”

“If I Were A Boy”

“If I Were A Boy” seems like the most natural choice for the Beyoncelogues. Nina’s reenactments seem to have follow a certain flow, but this is a huge departure from her angrily telling off some awful beau in the most proper way possible.

“Mine”

Nina’s acting is a bit more on the dramatic side, so the subject matter and the lyics for “Mine” are a great fit for her. She’s able to remain fairly calm throughout most of the video, but she absolutely loses it at the end!

Get more of “The Beyoncelogues” here, including the song that started it all!

 

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One thought on “Vlogger Gets Dramatic With ‘Single Ladies’ For ‘The Beyoncelogues’ & It’s Genius [VIDEO]

  1. The truth about Marissa Alexander that BAW won’t tell you:
    Yes, her husband had a history of domestic abuse but Ms. Alexander was also abusive and she had a temper. She had a year long restraining order against her husband, during that time she conceived and had a child with him. They got into an argument about texts to an ex of hers and accusations of who the real father of the baby was and there was shoving. Now then she bypassed two exits of the home and went into the garage (3rd exit). She told LE that the garage door was broken and she could not get out but when checked the door worked just fine. She retrieved a handgun from her car and returned back to the inside of the home. She claimed she fired a warning shot into the ceiling, she did not, the path of the bullet was at head level where her husband and 2 children were standing and the path can be traced as it went through the walls.
    Her husband left his home with his children and called the police and she locked herself inside the home…..she never called 911. Her story did not match the evidence. Her husband changed his story from the 911 call to try and protect her but changed back to the original version for the trial. His eldest son also testified at the trial.
    When she was out on bail she violated the terms set by bail (she was to have no contact with her husband) and again went to the home. She then assaulted her husband leaving him with a black eye. He, once again, was the one to call 911 and she never did and left the scene. When the police caught up to her they noticed no injuries on her and place her in handcuffs and into a car. Shortly afterwards she complained of her head hurting and a cut was seen on her head and she was transported to the hospital. It was suggested that she caused her own injury after being put into the police car to frame her husband. Because of the history of domestic violence, the prosecutor wanted to cut her a break and offered her 3 yrs and a lesser charge but Alexander took her chances on SYG and the jury. She lost on the SYG hearing and turned down her plea deal.
    Because she bypassed 2 first exits to leave the home and went out a 3rd door and retrieved a gun and went back to confront her ex, this is why she lost out on SYG. She was out of any danger but went back to continue the confrontation only this time with a gun. That is not standing your ground.
    If anything, Florida’s 10-20-Life law is what needs to be changed. Show a gun and you get 10 yrs, fire a gun and you get 20, kill someone and you get Life. These are firm sentences with no wiggle room or discretion left to the judge.

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