Beyonce wasn’t the only shining star in her hour-long ‘Lemonade’! From Zendaya and Amandla Stenberg to Winnie Harlow and more, here’s a full list of the amazing cameos in ‘Lemonade’!
Beyonce, 34, may have surprised fans with Lemonade, a brand new album, on Saturday, April 23, but she made sure to let others bathe in the spotlight during the visual on HBO. With young talent like Zendaya, 19, Amandla Stenberg, 17, and many more, Lemonade was full of beautiful faces!
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No, your eyes were not deceiving you as you watched Beyonce’s Lemonade, the hour-long visual album premiere that unveiled 12 new songs that you’ve probably had on loop ever since. Beyonce cleverly placed a bunch of incredible young, fresh talent all throughout the Lemonade premiere, and we can list them all for you just in case you missed any!
Let’s start with Serena Williams, 34, who appeared during Beyonce’s “Sorry” visual in a black bodysuit. As Beyonce sat in what can only be described as her very own throne, Serena danced around the room and even got into a little twerking!
Young but well-known stars like Zendaya, Amandla Stenberg, and Quvenzhane Wallis, now 12 years old, appeared numerous times throughout Lemonade, but were most noticeable towards the end during “Freedom.”
Some very clever members of the Beyhive may have also recognized Chloe and Halle Bailey, the YouTube stars who Beyonce signed to her own entertainment company in May 2015. Another pair of sisters, Lisa Kainde and Naomi Diaz, better known as “Ibeyi,” were also featured in Lemonade.
Model Winnie Harlow was another notable cameo, and you may have recognized her as she wore a crown of thornes during “Freedom.” Winnie has a rare skin condition called vitiligo, which causes skin color loss.
Of course, we can’t forget to mention Beyonce’s own husband, Jay Z, who doesn’t appear in Lemonade until “Sandcastles.” Even though Jay doesn’t actually appear on any of the music, which is rare for the couple, he can be seen holding, kissing, and embracing his wife throughout the emotional song.
Other notable cameos go to Lesley McSpadden and Sybrina Fulton, the mothers of Mike Brown and Trayvon Martin, respectively. Both women appear during “Forward,” in which they are holding pictures of their slain sons and staring into the camera.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Which cameo in Lemonade was your favorite? Comment below with your thoughts!