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Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter (born September 4, 1981)[4] is an American singer, songwriter, actress, record producer and dancer. Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Beyoncé performed in various singing and dancing competitions as a child. She rose to fame in the late 1990s as lead singer of the R&B girl-group Destiny's Child. Managed by her father, Mathew Knowles, the group became one of the best-selling girl groups in history.

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  • Tell us about the journey of including Ivy Park in your work.
  • You’ve done fashion lines before. What have you learned from the partnership of Ivy Park and Topshop?
  • Which details are you most excited about in the collection of your merger brand?
  • How important was the ethos of the brand—the idea of self-love, of girls and women coming together?
  • You’ve talked in the past about the pressure of perfectionism. Tell us more.
  • How do you feel about the role of business-woman, running your own company?
  • Did becoming a mother intensify your desire to somehow make the world a better place?
  • What lessons did your parents teach you?
  • During the Mrs. Carter Show tour, you seemed to embrace your power in a new way—blazing the word ‘feminist’ in bold pink letters across stadium screens. What made you decide to embrace the term?
  • What do you have to say to those who feel you can’t be a feminist and also embrace your femininity?
  • Do you recall a point in your life when you realized you had real power?
  • What do you feel people don’t understand about who you really are, and in particular about the message you’ve put forward with “Formation”?
  • What do you want to accomplish with the next phase of your career?
  • What does fear taste like?
  • What do you have to say about your controversial anti-police message?
  • What is your say on the combination of success and pain?
  • Tell us about your relationship with your mother.
  • Tell us about the concept of feminism that you would like to spread among your fans.
  • Being a mother, what is your say on pregnancy and post-pregnancy body acceptance?
  • Tell us about your journey coming from social and cultural barriers.
  • Tell us about your ancestry and your early life.
  • Tell us about your journey so far.
  • What is freedom according to you?
  • What do you have to say about your coachella performance?
  • Tell us about your memorable moments of OTR II tour.
  • Tell us about your legacy which you would like to continue to inhibit in you future generation.
  • Whenever you put out a new song, it seems to generate a catchphrase. Is that something you think about?
  • The new single, “Run the World (Girls),” is a very bold statement for you. Tell us about this.
  • The new album is called “4.” Aside from this being your fourth solo album, what significance does that number hold?
  • How did the creative process begin with the new body of work?
  • You’re an icon of female empowerment. What does power mean to you?
  • You’re always on the go. Do you ever get downtime?
  • Run the world is your first record that you’ve made without your father managing you. What sort of options opened up that may be different than before?
  • Your film career recently took an interesting turn. You’ve gone from “Dreamgirls” to “Cadillac Records” to “Obsessed,” and now you’re working with Clint Eastwood on the latest remake of “A Star is Born.” Tell us more.
  • “A Star is Born” is an appropriate choice, as it follows the rise of a female singer to stardom. What have been your milestones on the way up?
  • After all the achievements, what was it like going solo for Run the World?
  • What’s been your most fearless move?
  • A lot has happened to you in the year 2005-2006. How has it all changed you?
  • Do you think the fact that you and Jay-Z have tried to hide your relationship has helped it?
  • What defines a perfect evening for you?
  • You’ve said that to be a strong woman, you need a strong man. What did you mean by that?
  • Do you think it’s possible to have it all…the marriage, the kids, the career? Or will you have to slow down?
  • You went from writing songs like “Independent Women” to writing “Cater 2 U” for your last album. Does this reflect a change in your own life?
  • What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken recently?
  • You call your onstage persona Sasha. Why?
  • Any wardrobe malfunctions while filming a video?
  • Has your body image changed since “Bootylicious”?
  • What’s your diet and exercise regimen like now?
  • What’s your average day like?
  • How would your friends describe you?
  • Tell us how you are no longer defined by outside influences when it comes to your artistry.
  • Who is the one who plays an important role in your life?
  • Where is your favourite holiday spot?
  • What’s your favourite thing to do on a Sunday?
  • What book did you last read?
  • When was the last time you laughed until you cried?
  • What does fear taste like?
  • What’s the most important lesson you have learned being a mother?

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