Beyonce’s September ‘Vogue’ Cover Goes Viral Within Seconds & Social Media Loses It

In true Beyonce fashion, with no heads up, warning or announcement, the 36-year-old billionaire took it upon herself to shock fans and break the internet yet again when she posted her September 2018 Vogue cover on Instagram Monday morning.

It’s here! @Beyonce stars on the cover of our September issue. Read the full story, in her own words:

— Vogue Magazine (@voguemagazine) August 6, 2018

Being as how Beyonce is no stranger to going viral and breaking the internet, her Vogue cover quickly became a trending topic on Twitter and social media, when the superstar casually posted the photos. It’s also a big deal because it’s the first time ever in Vogue’s 126 years that a black photographer shot a cover. Tyler Mitchell, 23, captured Beyonce for the fashion magazine.

Along with sharing photos from the cover, Beyonce gave her first interview IN YEARS with the iconic fashion magazine. After what seemed like an eternity, Bey finally opened up to fans about her career, what drives her every day and her FUPA.

Beyoncé said FUPA is ok. #vogue, #Beyonce September issue

— prettyreal (@prettyreal3) August 6, 2018


— Brittney Bacardi (@BeeMichelle) August 6, 2018

"I’m not happy if I’m not creating, if I’m not dreaming, if I’m not creating a dream and making it into something real." – Beyoncé for Vogue Magazine

Nothing like having a dream come to life!#Beyoncé #Vogue

— Writer (@tomiposts) August 6, 2018

The Beyhive was totally here for Beyonce’s Vogue Issue and praised the mother of three for her contributions to the magazine.

#Beyoncé #vogue. Beyoncé is such a lovely human. Thank you Beyoncé, thank you vogue

— #EverythingIsLove (@neykayy) August 6, 2018

World stop……

Beyoncé slayed @voguemagazine

— SheUnplugged (@she_unplugged) August 6, 2018

me making y’all leave me alone on here until i finish the Beyonce vogue article

— GRIDIRON AND WINE (@lilbitch42069) August 6, 2018

In a Vogue first, Beyonce was given total creative and directorial control over the magazine’s entire and most popular issue of the calendar year. The September issue has become one of the most sought-after magazine’s of the year and as “Head Boss in Charge”, Beyonce wasted no time taking over.

Beyonce’s Vogue September cover debut. Shot and directed by @voguemagazine’s FIRST black photographer, a 23-yr old Tyler Mitchell, in its 126 years.

Shoutout to Bey using her voice. Shoutout to millennial’s perfecting their craft.

— CurlieSouls (@2CurlieSouls) August 6, 2018

#Beyoncé #vogue. Vogue September issue

— prettyreal (@prettyreal3) August 6, 2018

During her interview, Beyonce touched on artistic expression and representation and variety of all ethnicities and races in the media.

“They will hire the same models, curate the same art, cast the same actors over and over again, and we will all lose.” @Beyonce x @voguemagazine

— Strong Black Lead (@strongblacklead) August 6, 2018

The at-times-private singer even kept it 100% real and opened up about her body after having a C-section and giving birth to her twins, Sir and Rumi Carter and the importance of accepting and loving our bodies and selves as we are.

“I think it’s important for women and men to see and appreciate the beauty in their natural bodies. That’s why I stripped away the wigs and hair extensions and used little makeup for this shoot.” – @Beyonce photographed by @Tyler_Mitchell_ #Vogue @voguemagazine #Beyoncé

— HAYAT 💁🏽‍♀️ Hyacinth (@HayatMumay) August 6, 2018

For the past few years, Beyonce and her hip-hop mogul husband Jay-Z have become fully known for dropping surprises on fans randomly and sporadically without so much as a word. In 2013, Beyonce dropped herself title album, Beyonce at midnight sending fans into a tailspin. Beyonce followed up, three years later, dropping her Lemonade album (again without warning or promo), after she surprised fans with a two hour special of the visual album on HBO. Since then Beyonce’s “surprise” announcements have expanded to tour announcements, album releases and baby announcements, to the unexpected astonishment of fans everywhere.

She never does interviews so I’m just gonna cherish this. Thank you Beyoncé. I can’t wait til my vogue issue gets here. 😩😩😩

— Brittney Bacardi (@BeeMichelle) August 6, 2018

Beyonce’s Vogue cover and interview are just one of the many surprises Queen Bey has gifted loyal Beyhivers and fans around the world. Despite being busy on a world tour with her husband, the mother of three found the time to take a break from her busy schedule for what’s being called a ground-breaking and history-making moment in entertainment, fashion and media.

What do you think of the September 2018 issue of Vogue?


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