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You'll never hear Beyonce complaining about her weight or whining for attention. That's because, unlike Khloe Kardashian and so many other celebrities, this star possesses actual talent.

She also has an admirable view on life, telling the latest issue of Complex:

“Whenever I feel bad, I use that feeling to motivate me to work harder. I only allow myself one day to feel sorry for myself. People who complain really get on my nerves. When I’m not feeling my best I ask myself, ‘What are you gonna do about it?’ I use the negativity to fuel the transformation into a better me.”

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The artist is in the prime of her career, of course, but she also touches on her legacy in this interview. How does she want to be remembered?

“I just want my legacy to be great music. Someone who was a risk taker and someone who had songs that struck conversation and emotion.”

Go behind the scenes now with Jay-Z's prettier half in this video.

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Beyonce gets married, and gets sexy, in her latest music video.

While belting out "Best Thing I Never Had," off the new album "4," the artist acts out a wedding, replete with ceremony and outdoor reception. She also dons some hot lingerie. See for yourself:

The CD, meanwhile, isn't faring too poorly: it hit the top of the charts in America, France, Spain, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan, and Great Britain last week, making Beyonce the third singer ever to have her first four studio albums debut at number-one.

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Beyonce didn't merely perform a couple tracks at last night's Macy's Fourth of July Spectacular.

She did so in front of the Statue of Liberty, honoring our nation from one of its most iconic spots and belting out versions of "God Bless the USA" and "Best I Never Had."

Check out Josh Groban leading the patriotic charge during A Capitol Fourth in D.C. and then watch Beyonce break out her big voice in New York City here:

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Fun stuff from Beyonce this week.

The singer, whose new album is now available stores, shocked fans in a Harlem, New York Target yesterday while they were receiving dance lessons from choreographer Frank Gatson. Listen to the screams of the Boys and Girls Club members when she first walks on stage:

Beyonce talked children with Piers Morgan this week and it doesn't sound like she'll be having any soon.

But the footage above makes it clear she'll know what to do with them if that day ever arrives.

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It seems like Beyonce has been around forever, but the singer only turns 30 years old in September.

How does she feel about such a milestone? EXCITED, Jay-Z's better half told Piers Morgan last night.

"I feel like 30 is the ideal age because you're mature enough to know who you are and to have your boundaries and your standards and not be afraid of [being] too polite. But you're young enough to be a young woman."

The artist also hit on the topics of children and retirement. See what she had to say now:

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The July issue of W features dueling covers: on one, Beyonce teases a left boob flash; on the other, Christina Aguilera goes a lot further than that.

It's a prime time in the careers of both these stars, as Beyonce has a new album on the way and a lifetime achievement award on her mantel. Aguilera, meanwhile, can thank The Voice for a comeback many didn't believe was possible.

Compare the cover shots below and then make your opinion known on this pressing issue: Which gorgeous singer would you rather... you know.

And the Winner is?

They are both hot and both covering the latets issue of W. But which would you prefer to do? View Poll »

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It's been quite the week for Beyonce.

She sang farewell to Oprah, received a major honor at the Billboard Awards and then hit the stage with the female finalists on last night's American Idol finale.

First, the singer joined Haley, Pia and company in a fun rendition of "Crazy in Love." You can watch the ladies dance it up below, followed by Jay-Z's prettier half later returning to debut a ballad off her new album, "1+1." What did you think of both performances?

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Oprah Winfrey concludes 25 years of her talk show tomorrow.

But a slew of huge names gathered in Chicago last week to tape a farewell to this television goddess. For a special that aired yesterday afternoon, Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes, Madonna, Halle Berry and Will Smith, among others, saluted Oprah inside the United Center.

The event also featured a couple touching musical performances: from Beyonce - who sang "Run the World (Girls)" and told Oprah "your persuasion can build a nation" - to Jackie Evancho, the 10-year old sensation from last summer's America's Got Talent.

Watch both below, and try not to get too choked up over the end of Oprah...

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Two of the biggest artists on the planet got their S&M on, while the most adorable couple in Hollywood displayed some serious PDA.

But the 2011 Billboard Music Awards really belonged to Beyonce.

That's because the 29-year old superstar was honored with the Millenium Award at the ceremony, a trophy presented to her in a pre-recorded video by Lady Gaga, mother Tina Knowles and Michelle Obama.

Upon accepting the career achievement, Beyonce gave a shout-out to a certain hip hop icon in the crowd. She said: “I don’t want to put you on the spot because I know their probably putting a camera in your face right now, but I love me some Jay-Z.”

The singer also performed her latest hit, "Run the World (Girls)." Check it out below.

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Beyonce served as the mentor on last night's American Idol performance show, offering advice to Scotty, Haley and Lauren. And, of course, giving her career a boost in the process.

The singer premiered the official music video for "Run the World (Girls)," an empowering single off her upcoming album, "4." It features Beyonce and a few dancing pals in a deserted African nation, shaking it for a group of men.

"I found a lot of inspiration in '90s R&B; Earth, Wind & Fire; DeBarge; Lionel Richie; Teena Marie," Beyonce said of the album. "I listened to a lot of Jackson 5 and New Edition, but also Adele, Florence + the Machine, and Prince. Add in my hip-hop influences, and you can hear how broad it is. I also gave myself more freedom to really belt out some songs, and bring soul singing back."

View the cover art for "4" HERE and sound off: what do you think of the video?