Beyonce shows all is well with her and Jay-Z, Nichelle Nichols’ final flight


Singers Jay-Z, left, and Beyonce pose for photographers upon arrival at the 'Lion King' European premiere in central London, Sunday, July 14, 2019. (Photo by Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP)
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Beyonce recently opened up about her tumultuous relationship with her husband in the telling lyrics of her dance album Renaissance. But all seems well in the world of Beyonce. She was seen puckered up to Jay-Z this week while aboard a luxury yacht in Croatia during a romantic summer getaway.

And what a getaway it is. The weekly charter costs from this yacht range from $1.2 million to $1.5 million. And yes, that’s for a week. And that doesn’t include any additional charges, because you know they got some additional charges…all that champagne. Anyway, the 40-year-old singer looked sensational as she dawned a vibrant canary yellow caftan with pink accents and a bowl pattern on the hemline. The luxury liner, by the way, can accommodate up to 18 guests in nine state-of-the-art suites, in addition to a crew of 32. The boat also boasts a fireplace, a large glass-bottom swimming pool, and an indoor home theater. 

The getaway comes after Beyonce hinted at Jay-Z’s cheating scandals. You know, that happened a long time ago. And that lift fight with her sister Solange. But, at the end of the day, looks like all that pain and suffering paid off. Didn’t it? All right now.

In other news, Star Trek’s Nichelle Nichols will take her final flight, as reported by People this week. Celestis Memorial Spaceflights announced that Nichelle Nichols’ remains will be a part of the payload on the Vulcan rocket launching later this year. The remains of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, James Doohan (“Scotty”), and Majel Barrett-Roddenberry who played “Nurse Chapel” will also be on the rocket’s graveyard orbit around the sun.

I’m sure she would have much preferred to go on the shuttle, but this is a pretty close second said Nichelle’s son, Kyle Johnson. And per the company’s website, Celestis Memorial Spaceflights orbit planet earth, the moon, and soon into deep space. Wow. That’s where she really does belong. Cuz we miss her, but she belongs to the universe.

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