Beyoncé Opens Up on Why She’s So Private: “It Can Be Easy to Lose Yourself Very Quickly in This Industry”

Beyoncé Opens Up on Why She’s So Private: “It Can Be Easy to Lose Yourself Very Quickly in This Industry”

  • During a recent interview with Harper's BAZAAR, Beyoncé opened up on why she is such a private person
  • Beyoncé is very grateful that she has been able to keep work and her personal life separate and that she is famous for her craft, not her drama
  • Staying true to herself is all Beyoncé wanted, and by keeping her personal life private, she has been able to achieve this without losing herself

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Beyoncé is one celebrity who is extremely selective with who she lets into her private life, and for good reason.

During a recent interview with Harper's BAZAAR, Beyoncé opened up about why she is so private, highlighting that she reserves a lot of who she is only for those she “loves and trust.”

Beyoncé, Queen Bey.
Beyoncé has tried her best to keep her private life out of the media and is grateful that she has been able to do so. Image: @beyonce.
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Being the monumental celeb that she is, Beyoncé feels blessed that she has been able to keep a lot of her personal life out of the public eye, as reported by TMZ.

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"I'm grateful I have the ability to choose what I want to share," explained Queen Bey.

Beyoncé never wanted to be famous as a result of drama, she wanted to shine because of her music and feels that should be enough.

"One day I decided I wanted to be like Sade and Prince. I wanted the focus to be on my music, because if my art isn't strong enough or meaningful enough to keep people interested and inspired, then I’m in the wrong business. My music, my films, my art, my message, and that should be enough."

While most know Queen Bey for her fierce on-stage person, that isn’t who she is. Beyoncé said that the ones who really know her “often forget the side of me that is the beast in stilettos.”

Beyoncé never wanted to lose herself in fame and that is why she has tried so hard to keep her personal life and stage life separate. Being able to be her true authentic self is so important to Beyoncé.

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“It can be easy to lose yourself very quickly in this industry. It takes your spirit and light, then spits you out. I've seen it countless times, not only with celebrities but also producers, directors, executives, etc. It's not for everyone. Before I started, I decided that I'd only pursue this career if my self-worth was dependent on more than celebrity success."

Peeps bust as a man tries to re-enact Beyoncé’s moves

A European guy certainly has the world laughing after sharing his attempt at a few iconic Beyoncé dance moves. The poor fella may have given the advanced steps his best shot but it's clear he won't be winning any awards for his silly performance, reported Briefly News.

Heading to his TikTok account, @vovanalexeev shared the outrageous clip.

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The young man tries his best to echo the pop diva's every action, mimicking her dance moves as best as he can. No one can argue with the young man's hilarious determination to get the steps right but his moves were unfortunately not up to standard.

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