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Beyonce Knowles Hasn't Done Any Interviews After Giving Birth, Rep Clarifies

January 18, 2012 01:12:44 GMT

An editor for Star U.K., however, insists that the online story, which headline reads, 'Beyonce World Exclusive first interview', is 'not made up or fictitious at all'.


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Contrary to recent report, Beyonce Knowles hasn't done any interviews after giving birth to her baby daughter. Words ran wild on Tuesday, January 17 that the "Love on Top" singer gave her first post-baby Blue Ivy interview to Star U.K. magazine, but her representative was quick to set the record straight.

Responding to the spreading online story which headline reads, "Beyonce World Exclusive first interview", a representative for the singer wife of Jay-Z told Access Hollywood that it is "completely made up". Asked about the legitimacy of the interview, the rep simply stated, "Absolutely not."

An editor for Star U.K., however, insisted, "It is not made up or fictitious at all." The editor explained, "We bought the interview from a reporter in the U.S. who conducted the interview with Beyonce before the birth. The reporter then obtained the 'top-up' info after the birth, which we believe to have been signed off by a girl on her LSM team."

Despite the editor's claim that the story was made up from two interviews, Star U.K. didn't made any reference to it in the article. In fact, the first line of the story reads, "Talking exclusively to Star in her first interview since giving birth, Beyonce Knowles told us she had an 'instant connection' with her daughter Blue Ivy."

In the so-called first interview, Queen Bey was quoted as describing her feeling after giving birth to Blue Ivy. "Nothing can describe the feeling," she reportedly said. "You have the instant connection once you know your child is growing inside you, but when you hold it for the first time, the words can't be found."

© AceShowbiz.com




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