Beyoncé Opens Up In ‘Life Is But A Dream’ Documentary
Fans finally have the opportunity to see the beautiful face of the most talked about baby in Hollywood, Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter.
In an enchanting cameo during Beyoncé’s “Life is But a Dream” documentary, the now 13-month-old child is seen on her mother’s lap, being cradled and fed by the “Single Ladies” songstress.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired just before the documentary Saturday night, Beyonce credits her baby girl for helping to complete the film project.
“My story did not feel complete and I didn’t know why” she told Winfrey. “There are so many connections in the film that I didn’t realize until I gave birth. Everything just completely connected and I said now I know who I am … I wasn’t complete before my daughter.”
Beyoncé also shares more intimate moments of herself with husband Jay-Z than ever before! Fans get to see the couple serenading each other to Coldplay’s “Yellow” in an exclusive home video.
“He’s taught me so much about being an artist. Not a musician, but an artist.” She says. “This baby has made me love him more than I thought I could ever love another human being.”
Another touching moment comes when Beyoncé toasts to her rapper husband’s birthday.
“I would not be the woman I am if I didn’t go home to that man” she told Winfrey during their sitdown.
The documentary also includes various high quality concert highlights, moments in the studio recording songs for her album “4,” and behind-the-scenes looks at dance rehearsals and stage set-ups for televised performances.
“Life is But a Dream” will be followed by a world tour, begining in April, and after that Beyonce told Winfrey she might want to have another baby.
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