Don’t Play Pokemon Go at a Beyoncé Concert

It’s not OK to play Pokemon Go when you’re driving or in a meeting…and it’s especially not OK if you’re at a Beyoncé concert.

One dedicated fan recorded a video of a woman playing Pokemon Go during a Queen Bey concert in Paris last Thursday. Both concert goers were incredibly close to the stage.

He yelled, “This b*tch is finding Pokemon. She’s playing Pokemon when Beyoncé is singing. F*ckin’ Pokemon. Look at where she is! Look at where she is. She’s next to the stage. This is the stage and this bitch is finding Pokemon.”

However, he completely forgets about the ordeal when Beyoncé comes near him and touches his hand.

Don’t mess with the Beyhive! A Beyoncé concertgoer freaked out when he saw a woman playing Pokémon Go at the singer’s concert at Stade de France on Thursday, July 21.

While the “Formation” singer, 34, was on stage, one female attendee, who was right next to the main catwalk, was spotted playing the viral mobile game on her iPhone, angering a male fan seated behind her.

“This bitch is playing Pokémon when Beyoncé’s singing! F–king Pokémon!” the irate Beyhive member shouted in a video posted on his Instagram account. He captioned the post: “She’s lucky Solange never saw her.”

As the fan panned his camera across the Paris-area stadium, which seats more than 81,000 people, he quipped, “Look at where she is. Look at where she is! She’s next to the stage. This is the stage, [and] the bitch is playing Pokémon!”

Seconds later, Beyoncé — who was performing her 2003 single “Me, Myself and I” — walked down the catwalk, turning the upset fan’s frown upside down as she reached out and touched his hand with a big smile on her face.

“Side note I’m never showering again,” he wrote alongside the Instagram video, which has since accumulated more than 33,000 views.

Queen Bey’s French fans aren’t the only ones glued to Pokémon Go. Two days after the “Drunk In Love” songstress’ concert, Rihannagave fans a friendly reminder to put their phones away during herAnti World Tour stop in Lille, France.

“I don’t want to see you texting your boyfriends or your girlfriends,” she warned audience members on Saturday, July 23. “I don’t want to see you catching any Pokémons up in this bitch.”

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History on The Eiffel Tower

paris9paris5paris12paris2paris6paris10paris12Eiffel Tower fun facts. Gustave Eiffel used latticed wrought iron to construct the tower to demonstrate that the metal could be as strong as stone while being lighter. Gustave Eiffelalso created the internal frame for the Statue of Liberty. Construction of the Eiffel Towercost 7,799,401.31 French gold francs in 1889.May 7, 2013

When Gustave Eiffel’s company built Paris’ most recognizable monument for the 1889 World’s Fair, many regarded the massive iron structure with skepticism. Today, the Eiffel Tower, which continues to serve an important role in television and radio broadcasts, is considered an architectural wonder and attracts more visitors than any other paid tourist attraction in the world.

In 1889, Paris hosted an Exposition Universelle (World’s Fair) to mark the 100-year anniversary of the French Revolution. More than 100 artists submitted competing plans for a monument to be built on the Champ-de-Mars, located in central Paris, and serve as the exposition’s entrance. The commission was granted to Eiffel et Compagnie, a consulting and construction firm owned by the acclaimed bridge builder, architect and metals expert Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel. While Eiffel himself often receives full credit for the monument that bears his name, it was one of his employees—a structural engineer named Maurice Koechlin—who came up with and fine-tuned the concept. Several years earlier, the pair had collaborated on the Statue of Liberty’s metal armature.

Eiffel reportedly rejected Koechlin’s original plan for the tower, instructing him to add more ornate flourishes. The final design called for more than 18,000 pieces of puddle iron, a type of wrought iron used in construction, and 2.5 million rivets. Several hundred workers spent two years assembling the framework of the iconic lattice tower, which at its inauguration in March 1889 stood nearly 1,000 feet high and was the tallest structure in the world—a distinction it held until the completion of New York City’s Chrysler Building in 1930. (In 1957, an antenna was added that increased the structure’s height by 65 feet, making it taller than the Chrysler Building but not the Empire State Building, which had surpassed its neighbor in 1931.) Initially, only the Eiffel Tower’s second-floor platform was open to the public; later, all three levels, two of which now feature restaurants, would be reachable by stairway or one of eight elevators.

Millions of visitors during and after the World’s Fair marveled at Paris’ newly erected architectural wonder. Not all of the city’s inhabitants were as enthusiastic, however: Many Parisians either feared it was structurally unsound or considered it an eyesore. The novelist Guy de Maupassant, for example, allegedly hated the tower so much that he often ate lunch in the restaurant at its base, the only vantage point from which he could completely avoid glimpsing its looming silhouette.

Originally intended as a temporary exhibit, the Eiffel Tower was almost torn down and scrapped in 1909. City officials opted to save it after recognizing its value as a radiotelegraph station. Several years later, during World War I, the Eiffel Tower intercepted enemy radio communications, relayed zeppelin alerts and was used to dispatch emergency troop reinforcements. It escaped destruction a second time during World War II: Hitler initially ordered the demolition of the city’s most cherished symbol, but the command was never carried out. Also during the German occupation of Paris, French resistance fighters famously cut the Eiffel Tower’s elevator cables so that the Nazis had to climb the stairs.

Over the years, the Eiffel Tower has been the site of numerous high-profile stunts, ceremonial events and even scientific experiments. In 1911, for instance, the German physicist Theodor Wulf used an electrometer to detect higher levels of radiation at its top than at its base, observing the effects of what are now called cosmic rays. The Eiffel Tower has also inspired more than 30 replicas and similar structures in various cities around the world.

Now one of the most recognizable structures on the planet, the Eiffel Tower underwent a major facelift in 1986 and is repainted every seven years. It welcomes more visitors than any other paid monument in the world—an estimated 7 million people per year. Some 500 employees are responsible for its daily operations, working in its restaurants, manning its elevators, ensuring its security and directing the eager crowds flocking the tower’s platforms to enjoy panoramic views of the City of Lights.

Tips On Bridal Hairstyles

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This task can be very confusing so I will try to give you good pointers to help steer you in the right direction.

First thing to decide is whether you want your hair up or down.

Secondly, do you like things more plain or more glamorous? Brides that like to have things more plain and “safe” feel more comfortable in lower, more simple, not too detailed type of wedding hairstyle.  If glamor on the other hand is something you’re going for then you may want a higher, fuller, curlier and bigger type of bridal updo.

Thirdly, be sure to get a hairstyle that compliments your facial structure.  That means, if you have a small or big forehead, try sweeping your bangs across your forehead.  If you have a square jaw line, try leaving some hair swirls or loose pieces  around your face to soften the strong lines.  If you have a long lean face, an updo will only elongate your face even more.  In this case, consider a “half up, half down” hairstyle.

Lastly, pick a hairstyle that will also compliment your bridal gown.Here are some examples.

– A Princess Ball gown will look best with a bigger and higher updo

-A heavily decorated and beaded gown will look best with curls and random curls everywhere

-A Vintage gown looks best with finger waves and thick curls

-A Strapless gown will look best with some hair down

-A Halter top gown will look best with the hair up and off the shoulders

Tips for your bridal hairstyle trial :

1-Wear a white shirt

2-Bring your veil and any bridal hair jewelry if you already have them

3-Bring pictures of wedding looks that you like

4-Have clean dry hair

5-Wear makeup or have it applied afterwards

6-If you bring someone with you, make sure it’s someone who thinks like you and knows what you like

7-Bring your camera

8-Be honest about what you think (this is not the time for your stylist to guess at what you’re thinking)

Wedding Hairstyle Tips:

-Hairstyles are divided into front and back.

-The front can be parted or straight back and add volume. The back can be high, medium or low and intricate or simple and big or small. If you see something you like, do not disregard it because you do not like part of the hairstyle. Let your hairstylist know which part you like of each hairstyles.

-Hair can be manipulated to look thicker and longer. Hair extensions could be useful, but not always necessary.

-If you are going to add hair extensions, they must be real human hair. Synthetic hair does not have styling abilities.

-If you want to add fullness to your hairstyle and you feel like your hair is too thin to provide that fullness, flowers are a perfect solution to fill in the gaps.