BEYONCE TALKS EPIC MOVIE, CUBA CONTROVERSY, BLUE IVY & MORE / by


Earlier this morning, Good Morning America aired an exclusive interview with Beyonce that was done in London last week. The singer sat down with ABC News' Amy Robach where they heavily discussed the upcoming animated movie Epic, which Beyonce plays Queen Tara.

They also talked about the infamous Cuba trip that her and Jay-Z took on their 5th wedding anniversary. Then of course, Blue Ivy became a topic and Beyonce gushed about wanted to make Blue a big sister, so more kids are definitely on the way. Check out the interview below.


On her upcoming new animation film ‘Epic’You know, I was so honored when they asked for me to do this role. And I was actually pregnant at the time. And I thought, ‘You know, by the time this comes out my daughter will understand it’s my voice and what an incredible, cool point. 
It’s such a beautiful role and it has so much depth. You know, it’s so emotional and I literally, I was crying when I did the voice-over. And it was the first thing I did after giving birth. And there’s a scene where I pick the pod. And literally there were tears falling [down my face]. I imagined seeing her for the first time and it was really emotional. The perfect first job for me. 
On not being as high maintenance as many might assumeYou know, at the end of the day you’re the same exact person. You know, I still like the simple things. Like, I have on my press-on nails right now. I have on my store-bought press-on nails. But my color, my paint is professionally done. 
On her ultimate goalI just want happiness and I want great friends and — and great family. 
On whether she plans on having more kids and protecting Blue IvyI would like more children, I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being big sister. And I am very protective. I just want to make sure that she can have a healthy, safe, normal life … in the back of my mind, she’s my priority. And life is completely different now. So I’m — I feel really, really just lucky that I can still do what I love, and now have a way bigger meaning. And that’s to be her mother.

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Wassup with that new album though?