'Legend for a reason': Fans thrilled as Beyonce’s name to be added to French dictionary ‘Le Petit Larousse’

'Legend for a reason': Fans thrilled as Beyonce’s name to be added to French dictionary ‘Le Petit Larousse’
Beyonce added a new feather to her hat after her name was added to a French dictionary (@beyonce/Instagram)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Beyonce is currently enjoying next-level stardom! The 'Texas Hold ‘Em' superstar is one of 40 people to be included in the French encyclopedic dictionary. 

According to The Times, the French dictionary 'Le Petit Larousse' has added names of 40 celebrities to its 2025 edition. It has also added a bunch of other relevant words carefully selected by a jury of experts for inclusion. 

Beyonce's name added to French dictionary 'Le Petit Larousse'

Beyonce Knowles' name will appear with the definition, "American singer of R&B and pop."

Other people included in the 2024 entries are Cate Blanchett, LeBron James and Christopher Nolan, among others.

As per the French outlet Le Point, Carine Girac-Marinier, head of dictionaries and encyclopedias at Larousse, said, "The new entries reflect concerns, developments or strong movements this year." 

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Beyonce's name will be added to French dictionary 'Le Petit Larousse' (@beyonce/Instagram)

With the release of her eagerly anticipated country-tinged album 'Cowboy Carter' which debuted at No 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart dated April 13, Beyonce has had an incredible start to the year.

Additionally, 'Cowboy Carter' debuted at the top of Billboard's charts for Top Album Sales, Americana/Folk Albums, and Top Country Albums. Since the ranking's launch in January 1964, she is the first Black woman to have held the top spot on the Top Country Albums list.

In addition to 23 tracks from the album reaching the Billboard Hot 100 (released on April 13), she increased her career total to 106 entries. She therefore became just the third woman and the 17th artist overall to have recorded 100 or more titles since the chart's inception in 1958.

Fans thrilled as Beyonce's name added to French dictionary

With her new achievement, Beyonce received huge appreciation from her fans. An Instagram user wrote, "She is a Legend for a reason." A user wrote, "French Queen." 

Another user said, "oh beylegend..we love you."A user said, "multilingual queen." 

Another user said, "Icon." A user said, "Her Cowboy Carter hits me different." 

The next user said, "This must be Taylor's dream." A user said, "This is so amazing."

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