Well (sighs), are there any other bootylicious mamas out there who can come close to her talents? A phenomenal singer, record producer, dancer, choreographer, video director, actress and model who’s also really nice when you get to know her.
Being one third of the hugely successful, best-selling feisty female groups of all time (that’s Destiny’s Child, in case you were wondering) wasn’t good enough for our beautiful Miss B. Slick pop songs such as Independent Women and Survivor may have won them Grammy’s galore, but going solo brought even more reward.
Dangerously in Love became one of the most successful albums of 2003 and spawned number one singles Crazy in Love and Baby Boy, earning her five Grammy Awards in a single night in 2004. This established her among the most successful female artists in the United States. Easy. Anything else?
‘Fraid so. Er, more hit singles with her second, third and fourth album releases, Golden Globe nominations (for her singing and acting), charity championing, marriage to rapster Jay-Z, CEO of her own company... This lady has it all!
She was even the fist female R&B star to headline the Pyramid stage at Glasto. Can see get any better? Yes she can.
Announcing her pregnancy just by rubbing her baby bump at an awards ceremony - no tacky magazine deal for Ms. Knowles - Beyonce popped the music videos out for her fourth album thick and fast.
On January 7th 2012 Beyonce gave birth to a baby girl. With Jay Z and Beyonce as parents, surely Blue Ivy Carter is the luckiest kid around?
Now, Beyonce is back after giving birth and bigger than ever, launching her brand new website and releasing her latest track End of Time.
Despite having over 3.5 million followers, and counting, Beyonce has only ever written one tweet. If that doesn't prove what a superstar Bey is, we don't know what does.