Beyonce Gives First Print Interview in Years -- But Doesn't Say Much

by Jackie Willis 3:45 AM PDT, October 20, 2015
Playing Beyonce Gives First Print Interview in Years -- But Doesn't Say Much

The Queen Bey has spoken -- finally.

In a rare interview with Beat magazine, Beyonce answered a series of quick and easy Q&A questions.

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Let's just say this wasn't an expose on Beyonce. In her first print since 2014 with Out magazine, the 34-year-old singer revealed her favorite pizza topping (extra tomato sauce and jalapeños), and the last song she got stuck in her head (Jugg by Fetty Wap).

As for what she sings in the shower, that would be "Holy Ghost" by Kim Burrell.

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One of the more bizarre questions was: "What does fear taste like?" Beyonce responded, "Success. I have accomplished nothing without a little taste of fear in my mouth."

When asked which Beyonce she would dress up as for Halloween, Mrs. Carter revealed, "Destiny's Child 'Survivor' era with the army fatigues -- or maybe 'Bootylicious' with the gold tooth and pink tips in my hair."

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If you think these questions are weird, check out Beyonce holding a chicken as part of her Beat photo shoot:

Photo: BEAT Magazine

This softball line of questioning comes after Beyonce covered the September issue of Vogue magazine but didn't conduct an interview -- via email or in person -- with the publication. The New York Times called attention to this with an article titled: "Beyonce Is Seen But Not Heard."

"At some imperceptible point around 2013 to 2014," the Times' Matthew Schneier noted, "she appears to have stopped giving face-to-face interviews."

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Prior to the email exchange with Out, Beyonce has not sat down for questions since her 2013 profile with GQ magazine. GQ's Amy Wallace toured the offices of Beyonce, Inc. in Manhattan and was shown what the singer called her "crazy archive."

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Wallace described it as "a temperature-controlled digital-storage facility that contains virtually every existing photograph of [Beyonce], starting with the very first frames taken of Destiny’s Child, the '90s girl group she once fronted; every interview she’s ever done; every video of every show she’s ever performed; every diary entry she’s ever recorded while looking into the unblinking eye of her laptop."

Jay Z's wife has kept quiet for years, but still managed to "run the world."

Here's a closer look at Beyonce's Vogue spread: