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 Name: Beyonce Giselle Knowles
 Nickname(s): Bee, Bey & Sasha Fierce.
 Height: 5' 7" (1.70 m)
 Birthday: September 4, 1981
 Active Since: 1995
 Genre: R&B, Pop, Soul, Dance & Funk.
 Occupations: Singer-Songwriter, Dancer & An Actress.
There's definitely a dangerous feeling when you're in love--it's giving your heart to someone else and knowing that they have control over your feelings. I know for me, who always tries to be so tough, that's the dangerous thing. When you really don't like a guy, they're all over you,
& as soon as you act like you like them, they're no longer interested.
I'm a human being and I fall in love and sometimes I don't have control of every situation. Trust is really important, just in relationships in general. I really don't like people that aren't real people around me at all. I don't like people that are 'yes' people. I don't like people that tell me what they think I want to hear. Love is something that never goes out of style. It's something everybody experiences, and if they are not in love, people usually want to feel that. So if you hear the album, it's very romantic. You know what, I'm very attracted to someone who makes me laugh and is that charming.
Really, I could be charmed by anyone. I'm just a sucker for somebody that is charming.
That's why I called it Dangerously In Love. It's basically all of the steps in a relationship from when you first meet a guy to realizing you're interested to dancing with him the first night to thinking that you're in love to realizing that you're now a little open to making love to breaking up to having to love yourself after the breakup. All of that. A celebration of love. The more successful I become, the more I need a man. I get nervous when I don't get nervous. If I'm nervous I know I'm going to have a good show. I don't use backing tapes when I am singing and dancing on stage. I can do cartwheels and sing. There's plenty of days when I'm like 'Oh God, why? But that's just life. It's every job, not just mine. Every moment is not perfect. But it's definitely more good times than bad. You can't even compare. And when I'm on stage it feels incredible. If he invited you out, he's got to pay. We don't want the guys to think we're male-bashing
Or that we're thinking that guys should pay all girls bills, because that's not where we're coming from.
At the Billboard Awards my skirt was so tight they had to lift me on stage. Y'all are so cute and y'all talk so proper over here. I love England. I have a song that's called 'Me, Myself and I,' which is one of my favorites,
&nd it basically talks about a girl who the guy's not right for her and he's cheating and whatever.
For me, it`s about the way I carry myself and the way I treat other people. My relationship and how I feel about God and what He does for me, is something deeply personal. It`s where I came from, my family, I was brought up in a religious household and that`s very important to me. But I understand the mentality of people. I know that people judge others based on certain things. I know how celebrities really are. I`ve done it too. You meet people - rock stars, rappers, whoever - who you have seen on television and you go into their homes and they are regular people, just like everyone else. The great thing about McDonald's is that they have a lot of different things on the menu.
I love their salads.
There are certain things in there that are unrealistic. But it has worked for me. Diana Ross is a big inspiration to all of us.
We all grew up watching everything about her -- her mike placement, her grace, her style and her class.
Who I am on stage is very, very different to who I am in real life. But I don`t see that having a sexy image when you are on stage means that you don`t love God. No one knows what I`m really like from that. I like to walk around with bare feet and I don`t like to comb my hair. I`m always so glammed up and so diva on stage and that`s what they see. People don`t understand that... No one knows my personal relationship with God and it`s not up to me to prove that to anyone. One of the things that kept me out of trouble was doing something creative - creativity can`t be judged. I wrote that because, at the time, I'd gained some weight and the pressure that people put you under, the pressure to be thin, is unbelievable. I was just 18 and you shouldn't be thinking about that. You should be thinking about building up your character and having fun and the song was just telling everyone just forget what people are saying, you're bootylicious. That's all. It's a celebration of curves and a celebration of women's bodies. - On her song 'Bootylicious' . It doesn't annoy me, no, because I respect J-Lo. I like her, I think she's great. And I know that I'm over a decade younger than her, it's so flattering that I'm so young and people are comparing me to someone who has accomplished so much. But I don't think I'm like anyone else and really, I'd rather not be compared to anyone else. - On comparisions to J-Lo . We all have our imperfections.
But I'm human and you know, it's important to concentrate on other qualities besides outer beauty.
There's plenty of days when I'm like "Oh God, why?" But that's just life. It's every job, not just mine. Every moment is not perfect. But it's definitely more good times than bad. You can't even compare. And when I'm on stage it feels incredible. There are certain nights that you know you hit that crazy note and you know that spin spinned extra fast. And you look out and people are just into it and you've worked so hard and now it's paying off and you can see why you dedicated your life to this. On her religious faith and the categorizing of gay society: "Well, you know, I grew up going to church, but I was raised by my uncle who passed away with AIDS a couple of years ago. He was my mother's best friend. And my mother's cousin. He brought me to school every day. He helped me buy my prom dress. He made my clothes with my mother. He was like my nanny. He was my favorite person in the world. And you know, I never really mixed Christianity with how I felt about him. I am about faith and spirituality more so than religion. Doing right by others and not judging." I grew up in a very nice house in Houston, went to private school all my life...
& I've never even been to the "hood". Not that there's anything wrong with the "hood".