It promises to be an extraordinary glimpse into the notoriously private life of an extraordinary woman. On Saturday, Beyonce's highly anticipated documentary, Life Is But A Dream airs in the US, and in honour of the event, she sat down for a candid interview with chatshow queen Oprah Winfrey. A 30-second clip of the interview released by Oprah's OWN network shows the two women sitting down to discuss everything from Beyonce's plans to expand her family to her difficult decision to stop using her father as her manager.
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"Talk some about letting your father go as your manager," Oprah can be seen asking the superstar songstress.Other difficult subjects touched upon during the revealing interview include the miscarriage Beyonce and husband Jay-Z kept private for years; "The world didn't know that you had a miscarriage," the host can be seen saying.A more light-hearted moment shows Oprah asking whether the couple have plans for more children after welcoming daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012.
"When you get to the point when you say, on camera, 'I'm going to make love to my husband'… How big is the Carter family join to expand "to?! The next clip shows a smiling Beyonce laughing as she says, "Lord, I'm gonna have me a time!"The interview with Beyonce also airs on Saturday just before Life Is But A Dream. To accompany the 30-second teaser, Oprah shared a photograph with her Twitter fans of the two ladies clearly having a ball and laughing together with the caption, 'Did we have fun or what?'.Beyonce's star has never been higher. Although 2013 has only just begun, she has already made history with two of her performances - one at President Obama's inauguration and the other at the Super Bowl - announced a new album and also dates for the new Mrs Carter Show World Tour.But it's her documentary that's really got her fans talking. The access-all-areas film gives a very intimate glimpse inside the life of the notoriously private star, including her pregnancy, and her marriage to Jay-Z. One things for sure, come Saturday the world will be tuning in - and Queen B will continue to reign.