Beyonce Changes Baby Goal To 40, Dishes About Re-Living Wedding For Video
Beyonce re-lived her wedding--likely not exactly though--for all of us to see in her newest video for "Best Thing I Never Had." And she dished about what it was like to relive that special day. She also dropped a little nugget about dropping some babies.
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Access Hollywood was on the scene at Beyonce's video set. And she dished about her new baby goal--which used to be 30--and why her wedding scenes in the new vid were a bit strange. About the age she wants to start a family she says:
“Forty, that’s a good one. Before I hit the age of 40, I’d love to have some children. I would love to direct, continue to learn videos and maybe by then a film, a short film… I love documentaries.
I just hope that I’m happy and into my children and well-adjusted and still making music, if that makes me happy at that time."
And about that wedding in her new video. While Bey says it was less stressful than her REAL wedding to Jay-Z years ago, it was a bit more crazy. The prom scene in the video she says was not real and she didn't even go to her own prom. But when she put on her dark hair again she felt like she was transporting back to that time.
“It was a little strange. And definitely when I walked down the aisle I was like, ‘This is kind of creepy — there’s some other man standing there!’
“It was an amazing Barachi dress that I saw in the window maybe a year ago when I was at the Grammys,” she told Access of the exquisite gown. It was just like a beautiful fantasy, so we called and they still had the dress.”
“It was really beautiful. People were all really excited like it was really my wedding. My mother was even like, ‘Aww,’ and I was like, ‘Mom, it’s a video. This is not my dress. This is not the real wedding.’ But I think it’s just one of those moments that every woman kind of fantasizes and relives.”
The tiara she wore was actually a Lorraine Schwartz necklace her mom turned into a headpiece instead. Check out the video above.
Bey & "Run The World (Girls)" was just been nominated for three MTV VMAs: Best Female Video, Best Choreography, and Best Cinematography.