Beyonce Quotes by Winnie Harlow, Todrick Hall, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Luke James, Rico Nasty and many others.
I’ve never been a die-hard Beyonce fan. I always thought she was inspirational and beautiful.
I’m a huge fan of Beyonce for so many reasons, and not the reasons that most people are. There’s the obvious reasons – she’s gorgeous, she’s talented or whatever, but I think she’s really super-consistent.
You never see Beyonce stumbling out of a club drunk and on drugs without underwear on – nor do you see Justin Timberlake pashing 5 chicks in a club. You never hear them slagging anyone in the media…They are composed and somewhat mysterious and that fascinates me!
Because dancing is way more fun than the treadmill, I downloaded the video of Beyonces Single Ladies and started to learn her dance. Let me tell you, if I ever did that dance in a club, I would still be a single lady! But what a workout!
It is such an unimaginable honor to be sharing the light yet again with Beyonce on her sold out Mrs. Carter Show World Tour. This is a blessing that I do not take lightly.
Try performing with your period. Like really, and then call me back. I know Beyonce has. I know Nicki has. I know all of the legendary women have had to do that. A man can’t do that.
She [Beyonce]is probably the closest thing we’ve seen to Michael Jackson as far as having that determination and drive that I’ve ever seen.
I love divas. Madonna, Mariah, Beyonce, Britney.
Number one on my top five is Beyonce.
I’m reaching a huge audience. I’m doing what artists like Beyonce are doing in terms of selling out stadiums. The difference is my audience speaks Spanish.
I think there are rock stars within every subgenre, and for people who are obsessed with musical theater Sutton Foster and Audra MacDonald are like Beyonce to them. I’m sure the a cappella world has their own version of that, and that exists in every geeky subculture.
I can’t stand Beyonce. The way she sells it so hard, constantly. Everything is shoved right in your face. Like, you don’t have the sense to make a judgment of your own.
I remember I was flying home to Los Angeles one day. I was talking to the woman next to me and the flight attendant tried to tell me I was sitting next to somebody that I should know. I didn’t recognize her but it ended up being Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles.
People always accuse us of being overprotective with Beyonce. But I was the mother saying, ‘You gonna go hang out? You gonna go to this party?’ She was always just so durn easy, so durn mature.