Beyoncé

Beyoncé is an American singer-songwriter, actress and entrepreneur. She rose to fame in 1997 as a member of the girl group Destiny's Child, known for hits such as "Say My Name" and "Independent Women Part I." Beyoncé launched her solo career in 2003 with the chart-topping single "Crazy In Love." Her other notable solo songs include "Baby Boy," "Naughty Girl," "Irreplaceable," "Single Ladies," "Love on Top," "Drunk in Love," "Formation" and "Break My Soul." Beyoncé has also starred in films such as Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), Dreamgirls (2006), Cadillac Records (2008), Obsessed (2009), The Lion King (2019) and Black Is King (2020). In 2022, she was nominated for her first Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Be Alive" from the film King Richard. Beyoncé has also earned four Primetime Emmy nominations for her concert specials and 2016 visual album Lemonade. In 2010, she launched her production and management company Parkwood Entertainment. Beyoncé is also the founder of charity organization BeyGOOD and the athleisure brand Ivy Park. PEOPLE named her World's Most Beautiful Woman in 2012.
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