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Beyoncé's 'Life Is But a Dream' trailer debuts
By Billboard Staff,  Billboard

Beyoncé gives fans an intimate look inside her world -- including revealing the first glimpse of daughter Blue Ivy -- in "Life Is But a Dream," her new HBO documentary airing Jan. 16. A teaser trailer for the project was released over the weekend.

The singer directed the film, which has its share of rehearsal moments and confessional, home video-style moments where Beyoncé shows her vulnerability as an artist and mom-to-be.

"I just had a feeling that something was going on," she says right before a sonogram of her daughter with Jay-Z appears. "This is crazy."

She later adds that "People see celebrities and they have money and fame, but I'm a human being. I cry, I get nervous just like everyone else."

It's going to be a busy year for Beyoncé, who will be performing at the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. Though nothing is yet confirmed, she reportedly will sing at least one new song and reunite with her old group Destiny's Child during the halftime show.


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Jan 13, 2013 11:58PM
This "I'm just like anybody else" thing is very lame and very false. Yes, Beyonce is "just like anybody else" that happens to have more money that they know what to do with and never a worry about where to live, what to feed their children, health care or paying for a good education for one's children. However, it is hard to feel any sympathy or even empathy for someone with such a sheltered and worry free existence, compared to "anybody else."  

How much good for how many people could have been done with the Million dollars spent for a Box Suite at the Arena in the Bronx just to have a daycare for Blue Ivy? When we see Beyonce doing something significant with her money or fame to help those less fortunate, THEN perhaps we might be able to "relate." Until then, please spare us the BS. Enjoy your storybook life, but please do not insult the rest of us by pretending you have anything in common with the average person.
Jan 13, 2013 7:28PM
It has been tragically easy for a celebrity to either lose their life or have their life nearly destroyed in America with CIA sociopaths playing on the masses' sh!tty self-esteem issues and money related resentment. Time for a change!
Jan 13, 2013 2:24PM
Beyonce, what else are you if not human?  We all know celebrities are more than money and fame and that you all are human and have feelings?
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