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It's the most hotly anticipated pop autobiopic of the year, and a new tantalising trailer has just been released for Beyonce's Life Is But A Dream.
There's an obviously arty feel to the documentary, which takes its name from a Lewis Carroll poem, that will air on America's classiest cable channel, HBO.
And the film will clearly attempt to show the other, more vulnerable and human side of Beyonce, the star we we know as a pop show woman and larger than life talent.
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'I always battle with how much do I reveal about myself,' Beyonce says in the trailer.
'How do I stay current? How do I stay soulful?'
The video gives a pared-down, very human Beyonce.
There she is! Beyonce shares the first sonogram of Blue Ivy, now one, in this unprecedented intimate documentary
'Crazy!' Beyonce shares her feelings about pregnancy in the film
'I cry, I get scared... just like everyone else': Beyonce wants to show her human side
The singer is shown showing off her pregnant belly, and lying in bed saying 'I just had a feeling that something was going on... This is crazy.'
Beyonce added: 'People see celebrities and they have money and fame, but I'm a human being.'
Adding: 'I cry, I get scared, I get nervous just like everyone else.'
True love: Beyonce is seen sharing a hug with her husband Jay-Z in the clip
No Sasha Fierce here: The clip suggests we'll be getting to see Beyonce without her stage trappings... and persona
Hard at work: Beyonce can be seen slogging away at her routines in the short video
The singer, 31, is set for a huge year with a performance at Obama's inauguration and a Destiny's Child reunion... not to mention that uncomfirmed Superbowl performance.
Jay-Z's wife announced the reunion of her old band via her website: 'I am so proud to announce the first original Destiny's Child music in eight years! - Beyoncé'.
The album which is entitled, Love Songs is set to hit store on Tuesday January 29, just four days before her halftime performance at the Super Bowl XLVII, where Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams are expecting to join her on stage.
Love Songs will be a compilation record which features only one new track called Nuclear, which was co-written by Williams and produced by The Neptunes' Pharrell Williams.
Smouldering on the simple monochrome cover of the album, Beyoncé and her band mates Rowland, 31, and Williams, 32, stuns as they each wear a wide brimmed hat.
All opting for smokey eyes, the Grammy Award-winning trio look like their ready to reclaim their spot at the top of the charts as they sternly gaze into the camera lens.
Destiny's Child announced their first hiatus in late 2000 before regrouping in 2004 when they released their last studio album Destiny Fulfilled before dismembering again in 2006 to focus on their individual projects.