Beyoncé has taken 2013 by storm and the year has hardly begun.
Having already covered the January issue of GQ magazine, performed at the Presidential Inauguration and the Super Bowl, and also having an HBO documentary premiering in a week, a Vogue cover due in March and an upcoming album and world tour, Beyoncé shows on signs of slowing down.
The R&B superstar will sit with Oprah Winfrey Feb. 16 for an exclusive interview on “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” her first since her iconic Super Bowl halftime show performance Feb. 3, which is being hailed as the “biggest performance of the year.”
Her interview will coincide with the debut of her HBO documentary, “Life is But a Dream.”
From the documentary, to her recent and upcoming magazine interviews, Beyoncé has been more open about her life now than ever before.
The singer discussed with GQ her upcoming work and influences. She discussed with Vogue, in a sneak peak of the March issue interview, her relationship with husband, rapper, Jay-Z, and life as a mother. Promos for “Life is But a Dream” also focus on her pregnancy with now one year-old daughter Blue Ivy.
"I always battle with how much I reveal about myself," Beyoncé said in a teaser trailer for the documentary. "If I'm scared, be scared. Allow it. Release it."
The 16-second promo for “Oprah’s Next Chapter” does not give much detail on what the interview will entail, but does hint that the two will discuss Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime show performance.
Watch Oprah's Next Chapter with Beyoncé Saturday, Feb. 16 at 8 p.m. eastern, 9 p.m. central on the OWN network.
Fionna Agomuoh is a Technology Reporter for the International Business Times, a vegan foodie, and a lover of Electric Dance Music.