Cinderoncé: ‘Cinderella’ told through Beyoncé songs

undefined

Sasha Fierce has a message for Prince Charming: If you liked it, then you should have put a shoe on it.

Sasha Fierce has a message for Prince Charming: If you liked it, then you should have put a shoe on it.

The newest adaptation of Cinderella is taking the discography of one of today’s modern-day queens that fits perfectly for its soundtrack: Beyoncé.

Cinderoncé is able to enchant the Prince away from the rest of the single ladies of the kingdom. She’s donning a new “freakum dress” from from her fairy drag mother, of course (a dead ringer for Beyoncé in both dress and hair).

And once they reunite, there’s naturally a huge dance number to live happily ever after in what might be the closest we get to a Beyoncé musical.

Either way, Queen B’s on top.

Photo via todrickhall/YouTube

Upstream
Unflattering Beyoncé photos spawn the year’s funniest meme
It used to be called the Streisand effect. Maybe now we should call it the Beyoncé effect.
From Our VICE Partners

Pure, uncut internet. Straight to your inbox.