How do you celebrate the greatest of all time? Why get another of the greatest of all time who also happens to be her best friend?
Gatorade has done just that in its latest ad to mark Serena Williams’ final U.S. Open, narrated by none other than Beyoncé Knowles Carter.
“When the world writes her down in history, we’ll start where she started. That’s love,” Mrs. Carter said, opening a nearly two-minute ad titled “Love Means Everything.” increase.
Bay pays tribute to Williams in this latest moment of the sisters doing it for themselves and each other.
“No points, zero score – just love,” Beyoncé continues. It’s an exercise in loving exactly who you can be: loving the way your voice sounds and the way you move.”
Of course, this isn’t the first time Bay and Serena have gone back to back.The tennis superstar famously dropped it blazing hot in Bay’s ‘Sorry’ video from her lemonade era. Knowles then returned the favor by writing and performing the Oscar-nominated song “Be Alive.” king richardThis is the story of the Williams family’s sacrifice and dedication to making sisters Venus and Serena juggernauts on the court.
“To wear the crown indefinitely and feel like a queen without apology,” Queen Bey says in her tone. “Treasure every muscle and every curve your body shows. A movement to always love being a proud black woman, a parent, a dreamer, a leader. Love to be one and only. Always you.” To love to be…the whole you…the real you, you, you, you, to love you always.”
“So when we write her down in history, no matter who you are or where you are, we’ll remember what she showed us. ‘The Loving You Movement'”