Monday Memos: The epic Beyoncé/DuckTales collab you HAVE to see
Hello people of the Internet!!! On today’s ‘Monday Memos’ we are going to discuss a video that swept the Internet this weekend. Yup, we’re going to talk about the incredibly addicting Beyoncé/DuckTales “unofficial” collab that The Good Friends Podcast created for us (ok our inner child is freaking out…I just can’t!). Now you know we all LOVE DuckTales (it was even included in our ‘Top 5 90s cartoons that deserve a spin-off’ post, which you can check out here: Monday Memos: Top 5 cartoons of the 90s that deserve a spin-off/continuation | celindareyesblog), and we love Beyoncé (I mean who doesn’t), so when you put our two obsessions together, we get pure perfection! So now let’s talk about why this video will be one we’ll be replaying ALL year! Ready? Ok, let’s go!
First let’s start off with the fact that Beyoncé’s ‘Single Ladies’ video was soooo amazing as it is. I mean the dance is super catchy, the video has a really cool, artsy feel, and it’s just something we can watch over and over. The DuckTales theme song is just so super epic that you can’t help but completely fall in love with it. This song will seriously get stuck in your head the minute you hear it and you will never be able to forget it. The last thing that I think we should talk about (because if we don’t move on we’ll be here FOREVER talking about ho catchy and fun this video is), is how this video only further proves how awesome Beyoncé is. I mean if you can insert one of her videos into a random song and the result is still great and entertaining, then that just speaks volumes about Beyoncé’s talent (but it’s not like we didn’t already know this). Just goes to show that when we think we know what Beyoncé is capable of, she goes and surprises us in the best way possible (whether she means to or not). Check out the video below and let me now what you think!
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