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Queen Bee is the inspiration for many things in life – but this we were definitely NOT expecting.

Yes, a new skyscraper is going up in Melbourne and it's shaped like, well, like Beyonce. 

The building is inspired by Beyonce's curves in one of her music videos, Ghost.

In a statement the building's architect said that "the form does pay homage to something more aesthetic," which we think is architect-speak for '"it'll be lovely".

And while the so-called Premier Tower building may looks like Beyonce's hourglass figure, it serves a purpose too: it will function as retail and residential space and will contain some 660 apartments, as well as a 160-room hotel. 

Computer-aided design even let's us see a generated image of what the 226metre high structure is expected to look like.

This isn't the first time a building is based off a celebrity body, mind. The Toronto towers were modelled off the hourglass figure of Marilyn Monroe. 




Demi Lovato is always vocal when it comes to her Twitter account. But the singer showed a mature response, when she was sent a hateful message on Twitter.

The 21-year-old decided to take to the social media account, after she received a tweet calling the singer, “fatty”.

“Dear Haters you don’t have to like me cause I love you. Everyone’s equal, everyone has a soul and everyone deserves to be loved.”

Lovato went onto to encourage her fans to do same, when it comes to online trolls.

“Dear Lovatics for every hater tweet – don’t respond with hate but love and positivity.. Try love instead of combat.”

Of course, the Skyscraper singer practised what she preached and went onto to tweet “you are beautiful” to the tweeter.

Well, that is one way of putting down an online hater.

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