Beyoncé turned down he role of Plumette in “Beauty and the Beast.” Pictured: Beyoncé during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles. Getty Images/Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS

Beyoncé doesn’t seem to like playing secondary roles! According to “Beauty and the Beast” director Bill Condon, the award-winning singer refused to play the role of Plumette the feather duster.

While speaking with Yahoo Entertainment, Condon said, “I even tried to get her into ‘Beauty and the Beast,’ but it wasn’t a big enough part. She would have been a good feather duster.” The role was eventually given to actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

Condon, who also happened to work with Beyoncé in “Dreamgirls” could not also believe that the 2006 musical was the only one the singer has ever done. The director said that if Beyoncé is available, she should be in every director and producer’s checklist.

But even though Beyoncé has not starred in a lot of projects in recent years, the singer has been busy working on her album, “Lemonade.” The visual album was nominated for four Emmy Awards, 11 MTV Video Music Awards and won her a Peabody.

Cordon is also pleased with how “Lemonade” turned out and said, “You look at something like ‘Lemonade’: that is brilliant. That is a brilliant new direction for movie musicals.”

Meanwhile, Harper’s Bazaar reported that Beyoncé is currently in talks to voice Nala in the upcoming live-action version of “The Lion King.” However, nothing has been finalized yet. She is also rumored to be producing the soundtrack for the hit Disney movie.

According to Glamour, Beyoncé was also considered for the role of Tiana in “The Princess and the Frog,” but the role was given to her “Dreamgirls” co-star, Anika Noni Rose.

Beyoncé has starred in multiple films such as 2009’s “Obsessed,” where she played the role of Sharon Charles; 2006’s “The Pink Panther,” where she gave life to the character of Xania; 2008’s “Cadillac Records” where she portrayed the role of Etta James; and 2003’s “The Fighting Temptations,” where she played the role of Lilly.

In the music department, Beyoncé has released several albums since 2003 with “Dangerously in Love,” “B’Day,” “I Am… Sasha Fierce,” “Speak My Mind,” “Love Letters” and more.