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Monica Lewinsky may have a point when she says Beyonce incorrectly (albeit hilariously) made her name into a verb in the lyrics to her explicit song "Partition."

In her upcoming Vanity Fair essay, Lewinsky regrets her affair with Bill Clinton, but that doesn't mean Queen Bey isn't wrong for name-checking Monica.

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On the track, Beyonce muses on a memorable limousine tryst, "He popped all my buttons and he ripped my blouse, he Monica Lewinsky'ed all on my gown."

That's wrong, of course. Monica did not nut on her own blue dress in the Oval Office. As the recipient, not the deliverer, Lewinsky thinks the line should be reworked.

"Thanks, Beyonce," she writes in a memorable VF excerpt, "but if we're verbing, I think you meant 'Bill Clinton'ed all on my gown,' not 'Monica Lewinsky'ed.'"

Grammar lesson learned.

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Monica Lewinsky is featured in the latest issue of Vanity Fair.

The former White House intern - who shot to infamy in 1998 for having an affair with President Bill Clinton that included a cigar being placed in her vagina - takes responsibility for the "consensual" relationship in an essay for the magazine.

She also says she deeply regrets the dalliance and opens up about having suicidal thoughts not long after the scandal went public.

This is how The New York Post reacted to Lewinsky re-entering the news in such fashion:

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Referring to her Vanity Fair piece as “whiny,” the newspaper mocks Lewinsky for claiming her “global humiliation” made her into a shame-filled recluse.

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Monica Lewinsky.

There. Do have your attention now?

The 40-year old former mistress of President Bill Clinton is featured in the new issue of Vanity Fair, addressing the 1998 dalliance that led to an impeachment and one of the biggest scandals to ever hit the White House.

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"It's time to burn the beret and bury the blue dress," Lewinsky writes in the magazine, emphasizing a theme of looking forward.

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An archive of diaries, memos and notes from conversations kept by one of Hillary Clinton’s best friends have shed new light on her reaction to the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

The papers offer a look at the mindset of the then-First Lady through some of the most difficult parts of her husband’s presidency, including the affair that nearly ended it.

Clinton's friend, the late Diane Blair, was a political science professor whose papers were donated to the University of Arkansas Special Collections library in 2010.

The information has been available there since then but only recently came to light after a conservative website reviewed them and shared their findings.

In "The Hillary Papers," she actually credited Bill Clinton with trying to break away from intern Monica Lewinsky, whom she called a “narcissistic loony toon.”

Blair also said Hillary Clinton cited a series of personal tragedies like the death of friend Vince Foster, her father and Bill’s mother in taking a toll on their marriage.

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The full Monica Lewinsky "sex tape" - which is really just an audio tape of her beckoning then-President Bill Clinton for sex - has been posted online.

The tape, first obtained by the National Enquirer, has reopened the scandal over Clinton’s affair with the intern, 15 years after it led to his impeachment.

With wife Hillary Clinton said to be preparing another bid for the presidency in the 2016 election, we'd guess that the power couple is less than thrilled.

That said, save for the fact that her seductive ways are documented in audio form - nearly four-minutes of breathy-voiced, adulterous glory - it's not news.

Monica really pursued the President. That's the long and short of it.

Trying to lure Clinton to a sexual rendezvous, she plots the details of how they will sneak around, then offers to "take my clothes off" if he likes, etc.

Read the full Monica Lewinsky sex tape transcript below:

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An alleged "sex tape" that Monica Lewinsky recorded for Bill Clinton at the peak of their infamous affair has leaked, according to the National Enquirer.

Lewinsky, the only person heard on the tape (which is only audio), proclaims herself “too cute and adorable” to be ignored by our 42nd President:

“I could take my clothes off and start… well… I know you wouldn’t enjoy that? I hope to see you later and I hope you will follow my script and do what I want.”

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Monica Lewinsky, who turned 40 last week, allegdly made the three-minute, 47 second recording back in 1997 and addressed it to “handsome.”

The sexually explicit tape details are in the new issue of the Enquirer, though they are not available on its website, so take all this with a grain of salt.

Still, it's an interesting account to say the least:

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A racy black negligee that once belonged to Monica Lewinsky is among 32 items of hers that are up for auction in Los Angeles this week for some reason.

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Other items up for bids include a letter from then-President Bill Clinton to Lewinsky's other lover at the time, her former high school teacher Andy Bleiler.

Also, there's a second signed letter, from Lewinsky to Bleiler, a drama instructor, that includes the line "am I good at lying through my teeth or what."

A rare chance to own a piece of history from Clinton's piece on the side.

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Monica Lewinsky, whose affair with Bill Clinton nearly brought down his Presidency, is set to write a tell-all book about it for $12 million, according to reports.

The former White House intern, 39, will share letters she wrote to Clinton, 66.

"In them, she opened her heart about her love for Bill and how much happier she could make him than [Hillary Clinton]," an insider is quoted as saying.

"Some of what she wrote was so raw that she never sent them."

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Clinton has been so revered since he left the Oval Office that it's almost easy to forget that he was only the second White House occupant ever to be impeached.

He was accused of perjuring himself after his affair with Lewinsky was exposed in 1998; he was acquitted in 1999 and left office in 2001 with strong approval ratings.

The 42nd President, whose DNC speech on behalf of President Obama this month was considered by many to be one of his all-time best, has rebuilt his image since.

Sources say that Monica Lewinsky's book will reveal that Bill Clinton derided wife Hillary as a "cold fish" and complained about their "non-existent sex life."

Lewinsky, whose post-scandal life has included work as a news correspondent and handbag designer, has had trouble earning a living, sources explained.

"No one will hire her and she can't get a job ... She needs to make money," says a friend of Monica, who is persona non grata pretty much everywhere.

We can't imagine why ...

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