Beyhive, get ready to catch a flight to Cleveland.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has just announced plans to include seven of your Queen B's iconic dresses in its hallowed halls. It's about time the museum showed love, since everything Beyoncé does seems like calculated history-in-the-making.
Museum curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger agrees: "We felt that [Beyoncé] really needed to take her rightful place alongside Aretha Franklin and the Supremes and Janis Joplin. Rock and roll has an inter-generational appeal and we want to make sure we’re hitting all the right notes and keeping up with what’s happening today and what’s legendary today.”
Bey's rightful place will actually be alongside legendary looks from the likes of Michael Jackson, David Bowie and Bruce Springsteen. Seven seems a bit low, doesn't it?
The exhibit is set to feature the rhinestone top from Dangerously in Love, the J Brand denim shorts with Stuart Weitzman pumps from the "Crazy in Love" video, and of course the black leotard and Lorraine Schwartz titanium glove from "Single Ladies." Dresses from "Run the World (Girls)" and her 2012 Met Gala appearance will also make the cut, along with the outfit from her show-stopping Super Bowl XLVII performance.
Stop by once the exhibit opens on July 22.