Beyonce is one of America's top entertainers after hitting the big time as part of Destinys Child. Beyonce is married to fellow performer Jay-Z. Both Beyonce's career continue to soar with her next single If I Were a Boy soon to be released.
Before her interview with the mag, the 31-year-old singer posed with celebrity photographer Patrick Demarchelier. After the fun photo shoot, B opened up about everything from her upcoming HBO documentary to having more children.
She absolutely conquered the stage during her Super Bowl Halftime Show last night (February 3) but Beyoncé Knowles had no idea the New Orleans Superdome was headed for a massive blackout moments after she left the stage.
The “Crazy in Love” songstress confessed that while the power outage was definitely a disaster, she’s glad it didn’t occur while she was performing.
She completely nailed her halftime performance at the SuperBowl, and Beyonce Knowles got a huge bear hug from her husband Jay-Z at the conclusion of her gig.
The “If I Were a Boy” hitmaker sang a medley of her hits, including “Love on Top,” “Crazy in Love,” “End of Time,” “Baby Boy,” “Independent Woman,” “Single Ladies,” and “Halo,” and even invited her Destiny’s Child cohorts Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland to join her during a portion of the set.
There’s no doubt it was a big night for the Baltimore Ravens, but Beyonce Knowles' fans also had an exciting evening during the SuperBowl last night (February 3).
The “Single Ladies” songstress took the stage during halftime for an impressive performance that included a ton of pyrotechnics, specialty lighting and staging, and a bunch of beautiful backup dancers.
In light of her recent miscarriage confession in the new HBO documentary “Life is But a Dream,” Beyoncé Knowles is also speaking out on the claims that she had a surrogate mother actually give birth to her daughter Blue Ivy.
During one segment of the film, the “Bootylicious” babe declares, “To think that I would be that vain. I respect mothers and women so much. To be able to experience bringing a child into this world, if you're lucky and fortunate enough to experience that, I would never ever take that for granted."