Queen B held court with her subjects across the pond, as the headliner of the U.K.'s Glastonbury festival on Sunday. The first woman to do so, three years after hubby Jay-Z was given the same honor, B proved she was both worth the wait, as well as the money spent on a video feed into the BET Awards stateside. (Which was much appreciated considering we weren't able to swing transatlantic airfare at the last minute.) Along with old-school Destiny's Child hits and early solo material off Dangerously In Love, Bey covered Prince's "The Beautiful Ones" and King of Leon's "Sex on Fire." She was probably in the middle of her glamorous vacation when this KOL song was utterly inescapable a year or two ago, so we'll give her the benefit of the doubt that she's just learning of its catchiness. But if this bro-ballad still haunts you with every local bar you visit, watch as Bey makes it immensely more tolerable with her refreshing growls and aggressive stage humping. This isn't the first time we've said this—and it certainly won't be the last—but: Best. Performer. Of. Our. Time.

For the BET Awards, B treated fans (who stayed up well past the scheduled 11 p.m. end time) to two songs off 4: "Best Thing I Never Had" and "End Of Time." The surprisingly mesmerizing dancing in the latter made us forget that we were crossing our fingers for a performance of "Countdown" (or that she's really going with "Best Thing I Never Had" as her second single) and reminded us that only Beyoncé can truly rock the pantsless look. (Sorry Little J and Lady Gaga.) Plus, fireworks! 4 drops tomorrow, but we completely understand if you want to start B Day today.

Dance studio schedules fall registration

Idaho State Journal August 21, 2011 POCATELLO -- Artistic Directors Sergiu Brindusa and Beth Moore of Brindusa-Moore Ballet Academy have announced their fall registration. New students may register on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 25 and 26, from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Academy studios, 150 S. Arthur, Suite 102. Continuing students may register before Aug. 25 by mail for priority placement in all levels. An orientation meeting for new students and parents will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 31. Classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 6. website beth moore blog

The Academy focuses on classical ballet training for students age 3 through Pre-Professional levels. Students through age 8 enter the Children's Division and are placed in classes based strictly on age as of Sept. 1st. Students from the age of 9 enter the Classical Division with placement based on age, past experience and technique level. website beth moore blog

All students study classical ballet. Children's Division students may also enroll in a weekly tap class; Classical Division students study jazz/modern as an addition to their curriculum.

This year, the Academy will present its annual holiday "Nutcracker" in December under the sponsorship of Rotary Club of Pocatello for the sixth consecutive collaboration, with four public performances and two school performances.

In April, the Academy will present its full-length production of "Cinderella." Both the" Nutcracker" and "Cinderella" are open to Academy students age 6 and above, and all community students are encouraged to audition for the "Nutcracker." In addition to these productions, the Academy presents all of its students at the spring recitals in May.

For further information , please call the studio at (208) 478-2416 or visit the Academy's website at www.brindusamoore. com.

Artistic Directors Sergiu Brindusa and Beth Moore of Brindusa-Moore Ballet Academy have announced their fall registration.