For most of 2023, there was a lot of speculation about Kylie Jenner and Timothee Chalamet.
After months of increasingly credible rumors, Hollywood heartthrob and makeup mogul MILFluencer stopped hiding it.
He famously attended Beyoncé's concert. Renaissance tour did No It seems to be about the music. It was more of a background for her make out session.
By his own admission, Timmy had forgotten he even attended. Watch out: Beyhive is coming for you!
On Monday, December 18, MTV published an interview with Timothee Chalamet. You can see that interview in the video.
During the casual conversation, the interviewer asked Timmy to name the best concert he attended this year.
“I don't know if I went to any concerts in 2023,” Timothee began.
Actually, no, that's not the truth, Timmy.
As the interviewer quickly reminded him, he frequently attended part of Beyoncé's show. Renaissance route.
Many influencers and young celebrities appeared among the audience. But he He attended quite famously with Kylie Jenner.
“Yes, yes, yes. That was great,” Timothee quickly acknowledged.
He gladly admitted that it was “difficult to be present” during that concert.
What he means, of course, is that he was completely involved, somewhat literally, with the makeup mogul, a mother of two at the time. Perhaps his strongest memories of that concert weren't about the music or Bey's performance.
To be clear, Timothee didn't go into detail about why he didn't have strong musical memories of the Renaissance World Tour.
The rest of the world knows it.
He attended in September. And Kylie seems to have been a huge distraction. That being said, Timmy has some thoughts to share about Beyonce.
“That Beyonce show, it really surprised me.” Timmy admitted.
“I'm not at Beyhive's level but I thought I knew a lot more,” he confessed then.
“I guess I knew more about the basic hits,” Timothee described. “She didn't do 'Halo.' “She didn’t do ‘Single Ladies.’”
She then talked about her love for a particular Beyonce song.
Timmy expressed: “I love 'Halo' though. 'Halo' is a great, moody, 12-year-old, head-against-the-bus song.”
In case you want to feel old and/or filled with a peak of irrational anger, “Halo” came out in 2008. (Just for the record, he I couldn't have heard it when I was 12 either)
While we're sure there are some rumors in the Beyhive about Timothee's perceived disrespect towards Queen Bey, he clearly doesn't mean it.
Additionally, many musical performances are “appearance” situations for people of a certain level of fame. You don't have to be a superfan.
It's okay to be a casual fan of something. Most of us don't find it relatable, but it's possible!
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