A quick flash of Beyonce’s sonogram of Blue Ivy made an appearance in the trailer for her upcoming documentary on HBO, which aims to show a much more intimate and personal side of the R&B queen.
Beyonce’s documentary is one of the most anticipated biopics of 2013, and the new trailer has only increased fan anticipation.
Rumors suggested that fans would get a better look at her pregnancy and even the birth of Beyonce’s baby Blue Ivy, but until the “Life Is but a Dream” documentary trailer was released there was no confirmation of that.
Now, however, fans can rest feeling assured that once the biopic airs there will be a very close look at the new mommy during pregnancy.
The trailer showed Beyonce’s sonogram for a short three seconds, long enough for fans to realize that they were looking at the unborn Blue Ivy who turned 1 just last week.
The documentary was directed and produced by the R&B songstress herself, and is scheduled to air on February 16.
In addition to seeing Blue Ivy in fetus form, fans can also expect a lot of footage that proves one thing about Beyonce – she is human just like us.
Earlier this year Baddie Bey revealed that what she loves most about her daughter is that baby Blue only recognizes her as “mommy” not as an international superstar, and now this documentary aims to have the rest of the world look at her in that same more intimate light.
“I am a human being,” Jay-Z’s wife said in one of the trailer clips. “I cry. I get scared. I get nervous, just like everyone else.”
While fans are sure that the pregnancy was an easy and fun experience for the 31-year-old, the documentary will reveal that the pregnancy definitely came with its own difficulties as well – especially when Mrs. Carter just wanted to be seen as “a human being.”
“They keep putting me in these tight clothes and trying to hide it,” she said as the camera revealed a shot of her bare baby bump. “It’s very difficult. I don’t know how I’m going to get through this.”
The documented difficulties that the “Countdown” singer struggled with didn’t stop there either.
While everyone knows the feisty performer as being a music icon, she gave an inside look at all the hard work and tough choices it took to get here there.
“I always battle with how much do I reveal about myself,” Blue Ivy’s mommy said in the trailer.
She went on to question “How do I stay current,” and “How do I stay soulful?”
“It also captures the intense physical and emotional demands she goes through in the studio, preparing for live performances, running a business and her family life, including her return to the spotlight after the birth of her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, in January 2012,” HBO said in a statement.
With a documentary this personal and telling of her life, it was important to the “I Was Here” crooner that it had the “right home” as well.
“HBO has a history of pushing every boundary with class and authenticity,” she stated on Monday. “Some of my favorite shows are on HBO, so I am excited that my film will be part of its bold programming. This film was so personal to me, it had to have the right home.”
While her fans wait on the edge of their seats to tune in to her documentary, GQ’s “Sexiest Woman of the 21st Century” still isn’t about to take a break from her busy schedule.
In the midst of working on her new upcoming album, the former Destiny’s Child member announced that the R&B trio will be making a comeback.
The new album “Love Songs” will have a collection of older Destiny’s Child hits with one new track added called “Nuclear.”
The new Destiny’s Child song was written by member Michelle Williams and producer Pharrell Williams.
The cover of the album seems fitting as the ladies flaunted classic old school wide brimmed hats in a simple monochrome photo as they stared at the camera with great intensity in their eyes.
With two albums in the works, Blue Ivy’s mom still finds time to prepare for her big Super Bowl performance and a special performance for President Obama’s inauguration.