Beyonce In Toronto & It's B'Day Every Day

Beyonce isn't done ringing alarms, and despite all the hateration across the nation "B'Day" debuted #1 with an astounding 541,000 copies sold in its first week. Her 2003 solo debut, "Dangerously In Love" sold 217,000 in its first week. The numbers pale in comparison to those of "B'Day", but her solo debut back in '03 was undeniably responsible for catapulting Beyonce into the larger-than-life status that she's enjoyed for the past three years. It's no secret that Ms. Knowles is beaming about the tremendous success of this sophomore release. I'm not loving the album, possibly only because I was expecting something I didn't get. Still, I'm happy for her.

B was looking happier than ever during her Thursday visit to Much Music Studios in Toronto. The visit was laced with birthday wishes, and surprise dishes...

The "surprise dish" presented a blushing Beyonce with a bouquet of balloons.
That cupcake creation is too cute, and looking real delectable right about now.
Definitely a good hair day. It's good to see that from time to time.