An intimate, definitive celebration of the world's most adored and most successful star - contains a revised and updated chapter.
'Everything you ever wanted to know about the world's biggest singing star.' 5* - Best
Beyonce: Running The World is the full story of Houston born-and-bred Beyonce's extraordinary life, which saw her join her first pop group at the age of nine before fronting the girl band Destiny's Child - the biggest-selling female group of all time. After embarking on a solo career in 2003, Beyonce's status as a superstar was sealed and to date she has won more than 220 awards internationally and the hearts of millions of fans the world over.
The most definitive and up-to-date telling of Beyonce's story ever written, this book provides an intimate close-up on both her professional and personal life, with the inside story on how she and rapper husband Jay-Z became the biggest power couple on earth. With reports that their marriage was crumbling before the world's eyes on their 2014 joint tour, On The Run, it pieces together the split rumours that plagued them at every turn and documents exactly how they coped with such intense public scrutiny.
The book also analyses Beyonce's role as a mother to young daughter Blue Ivy and explores the hidden heartbreaks of her past, including a tragic miscarriage, a lengthy battle with depression and an agonising rift with her manager father Mathew.
While celebrating Beyonce's greatest triumphs Beyonce: Running The World uncovers the truth behind the headlines, finding out exactly who 'Queen Bey' is and what really goes on behind the scenes...
Contains an extra chapter with the most up-to-date information on the world's biggest star.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the world's biggest singing star. 5* - Best
A fascinating new book by showbiz expert Anna Pointer celebrates the life of this extraordinary woman but also takes a look a the sometimes harsh realty beneath the glittering exterior. - Daily Express
a solid, on-message case for the Texan singer as the reigning Queen of Pop - Daily Telegraph