The pop superstar opened up about the joys of her life like recording, performing, and being a wife and mother. She is not shy about addressing the pains too like firing her father as her manager, a miscarriage, and being Beyonce in general.
The Houston, Texas native seems to be at a high point in her career right now. She is certainly not starving for career accolades as she has accomplished a lot in the two months that 2013 has already seen.
She talked about the excitement and power that went into her Superbowl half-time show at the New Orleans Superdome. She mentions the fun of reuniting with her fellow members of Destiny's Child and admits missing them.
She shares that the most important thing that she has ever done in her opinion is being a mother to Blue Ivy. Her daughter is the center of her world and a part of the happiness that she shares with her husband Jay-Z.
She talks about the growing pains and inspirations that give her life balance and meaningfulness. Surely, Beyonce Knowles-Carter is the prototype for those who share the identity of being wife, mother, daughter, career woman, and business mogul.
According to Nielsen's viewing statistics, it drew in 1.8 million viewers and was the most-watched HBO documentary in almost a decade. The interview on Oprah's Next Chapter was also a success with 1.3 million viewers.