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Beyonce: Still Trippin’

Today’s New York Post passes along a juicy nugget of hearsay that a certain super-famous ex-Houstonian prone to tripping onstage will unveil “Diamonds,” her new Emporio Armani fragrance, at Saturday’s Madison Square Garden show. Beyonce herself will presumably be busy trying not to fall down, so 20 “brand ambassadors” will actually be distributing the eau de toilette to her adoring, and soon to be much better-smelling, fans.

After the jump, the famous YouTube clip and a few potential scents for “Diamonds.” Besides, you know, the hardest naturally occuring material on the planet.

Smells like… Money Ambition Oscar envy Ego Blood, sweat, and tears, baby! – Chris Gray

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