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Beyonce promotes new DVD

2010-11-23 08:02
 
New York - Beyonce is tired of the baby rumours.

"At this point, they say that I've been pregnant like eight times, so I am kind of used to it," the 29-year-old singer said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I just hope that one day when I decide to be pregnant that people are happy for me. ... One day hopefully I will be. It's part of being a celebrity, I guess."

Beyonce is delivering something else - a concert DVD titled, I AM ... WORLD TOUR, which goes on sale on Friday. Footage from the DVD will air on Thursday in her second prime-time special on ABC TV, Beyonce's I Am ... World Tour, but this time, she shows a more personal side.

"I felt like I've done so many different things, it's time for me to show a bit of who I am. The hardest thing was showing that, because a lot of things that I filmed, I filmed in my computer, and I would never have gotten so open if someone else was in the room," she explained at her DVD premiere on Sunday.

Beyonce produced, directed and edited I AM, which follows the singer on her world tour, which started in March 2009 and ended in February.


- SAPA

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