She usually comes off as an alpha female thanks to a strong personality and oodles of self-confidence, but Beyoncé Knowles also knows how to be tender.
During a new interview, the Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It) songstress discussed the emotional experience of voicing the character of Queen Tara in the film Epic.
Knowles gushed, I literally had tears when I played the voice, there was a scene where Queen Tara picks out her pod and I just imagined seeing my child.
As for her public persona, Beyonce explained, People take me a lot more seriously than I do, Im aware of that so I have to be conscious of it but definitely Im a goofball, Im a goofball.
She continued, It”s a lot of pressure, it”s a lot of pressure at times, I have my company and I am a businesswoman and I have a lot of people that you know I”m responsible for but at the end of the day I make my decisions based on my heart. I can handle it at least most of the time.”
And when it comes to mothering her daughter Blue Ivy, Knowles declared, I keep my Beyonce voice for the stage and I have my simple Mommy voice. I remember hearing a story about Celine Dion and she was like when I sing, I dont know if it was her son, cried. And thats so interesting as she has the most beautiful voice in the world and shes like he hates it. So I say well maybe Ill just give a little simple nursery rhyme voice to my daughter.