That Time A Woman’s Life Was Ruined By Beyoncé’s Gorgeous Face

LOreal-BeyonceBeyoncé is really pretty, you guys. But beauty comes at a price. Apparently in no mood to see any receipts, Bey instead passed that check along to Dorris Hone. The acrophobic 47-year-old Manhattan resident was trapped on the Wonder Wheel in Coney Island last night for nearly an hour and a half because Mrs. Knowles Carter was beating her face.

Bey was at the amusement park shooting a video — pause for excitement because that’s finally happening — and  after hopping on a bunch of rides, she set her sights on the 150-foot Wonder Wheel. Her entourage commandeered the ferris wheel and the park staff began unloading the commoners in anticipation of Queen Bey’s arrival. Hone, however, was left high and dry for an hour and a half as the diva got made up.

“When I was realized I was stuck up there, we were up there for a while, I started freaking out,” Hone told the New York Post. “I’m afraid of heights. I was horrified.” Hone began screaming but she was overshadowed by the clamor of Beyoncé fans below.

Once the wheel started moving again, Hone was allowed to finally exit that whirling deathtrap and Bey presumably looked amazing. But that really wasn’t consolation enough for the single mother.

“Ironically, my son is a big fan of Beyoncé,” Hone said. “I’m just really shaken up. It would be nice to get an apology from her.”

It would be nice wouldn’t it.


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  • yaoming

    Acrophobic on a ferris wheel?
    What’s next, ophidiophobic in the Snake House?

  • muscl954

    She’s afraid of heights and she’s on a 150 FOOT ferris wheel?????? She was freakin’ out? Horrified? I smell a TMZ headline coming on….Check your news at 11:00.

  • Ferallove

    Girl have several seats, keep your heights issues at home and not on a huge Ferris wheel. I hate open water I’m not taking my ass in a dingy and going on an voyage get your life. 47 still ain’t got it together.

  • AlexM

    That time where Beyonce can afford the best wigs, stylists, makeup, outfits, and when photoshop does wonders.

  • jjohnson1032

    The amusement park should apologize and if need be compensate the woman. It’s not Beyonce’s fault the park treats its customers like shit. They should have made Beyoonce wait an hour for the park to clear the rides or told her to come back on off hours. Being famous doesn’t make you a god. what happened to customer service.

  • southsam7

    omg who cares? Beyonce is an overexposed, high priced prostitute. When I hear her songs it’s worse than fingernails on a chalkboard.

  • Nyruinz


    “High Priced Prostitue”? wow you and her have so much in common, glad to hear that “rentboy” ad is working so well for you!

  • Kestrel

    Sounds like someone wants a little face time on TV and maybe a couple of bucks from Mrs. Carter.
    I call bullshit on this. I don’t think celebrities should affect regular park-goers, though. They should have been given the chance to stay on or get off the ride. What if someone had to go to the bathroom?
    This woman sounds like the type who get into a fender bender and immediately complain of whiplash.

  • southsam7

    @Nyruinz: lol she’s cheap low class. Not a lady. Free country.

  • balehead

    “Bow to the Queen”……

  • DarkZephyr

    @AlexM: Right, because without photoshop and wigs, she looks like an ogress.

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