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Beyoncé Transforms into Twitch Streamer in Verizon’s Internet-Breaking Super Bowl Commercial

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During Super Bowl LVIII, Beyoncé took center stage in a 90-second commercial for Verizon, showcasing her attempts to “break the internet” in various creative ways, including streaming herself playing video games on Twitch.

The ad, aired as the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the San Francisco 49ers at the Allegiant Stadium, featured Beyoncé’s humorous efforts to disrupt Verizon’s 5G network. From running a lemonade stand to introducing a robot version of herself and even running for president, she explores various tactics before concluding, “Okay, they ready. Drop the new music.”

Shortly after, Beyoncé surprised fans with a trailer unveiling her upcoming album, Renaissance Act II, scheduled for release on March 29. Alongside the announcement, she dropped two new country singles, “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages,” available across streaming platforms.

Speculation about Beyoncé’s foray into country music began circulating among fans last week, fueled by hints such as her cowgirl-themed outfit at the 2024 Grammys and references in Renaissance promotions. According to Billboard, fans anticipated her exploration of Texan roots in the new project.

Reportedly, Beyoncé’s next move involves an acoustic album, Renaissance Act II, followed by a collaborative project with JAY-Z for the trilogy’s third installment. The power couple previously surprised fans with the release of Everything Is Love in 2018 during their On the Run II Tour.

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