字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Beyoncé is arguably the greatest living performer and the biggest star in the world. Her decades of perfectionism and incomparable work ethic make her a celebrity even to other celebrities. Unfortunately for the Beyhive, her ever so loyal fanbase, we couldn't all grow up with Beyoncé and build a career from a Grammy-winning girl group called Destiny's Child, thus establishing a life-long friendship with Queen Bey, like Kelly Rowland did. So how did other celebrities join her inner circle? For starters, friends of the award-winning artist have shown that the secret to staying close to Beyoncé is respecting her privacy. Despite mega-world fame, Beyoncé is notoriously protective of how much access the public gets to her personal life. With limited interaction with fans, limited interaction with the press, and limited time out partying in Hollywood, it's no question that her closest pals have their lips sealed. Friends like Michelle Williams only go so far as to praise the artist for her work, rather than share intimate details. It is because of this level of privacy that Beyoncé was able to drop a surprise self-titled album in 2013. So it's perhaps unsurprising that the "Halo" singer utilizes non-disclosure agreements. After the release of DJ Khaled's "Top Off" featuring Jay-Z and Beyoncé in 2019, fans wondered if Beyoncé's lyrics about non-disclosure agreements were referencing comedian Tiffany Haddish. According to ELLE, Haddish attended an after-party for one of Jay-Z's concerts in Los Angeles back in 2018. "I had got invited to her birthday party, right. But she didn't invite me, somebody else had." At the party, another celebrity reportedly bit Beyoncé and Haddish was the one to spill the tea to the public. The comedian later went on Instagram Live to tell fans she couldn't share any more details about the night because she signed an NDA. Haddish explained, "Look, once you sign an NDA, see if you all would've asked me this, you know, back when I did the interview like a month and a half ago before I could've talked about who the biter is but, you know, NDAs are real, y'all." The night of the party was the first time Haddish had met Beyoncé, and it seems the comedian learned her lesson about keeping quiet about outings with the superstar. She later tweeted, "I love Beyonce. Everything she said rang so real to me. Just know I will sign an NDA any day for Beyoncé. But also know this, I will fight for Beyoncé. I Love that woman she is a Gift from God." Aside from the necessary privacy, there are benefits to being friends with the Queen. Actress Reese Witherspoon shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that Mr. and Mrs. Carter were more than willing to share champagne at the 2020 Golden Globes. The couple then sent Witherspoon more champagne delivered straight to her front door. Witherspoon joked,"Beyoncé and I are really good friends. I mean really, really, really, really good friends." Speaking to Variety, fellow Texan Megan Thee Stallion shared how her friendship with Beyoncé had also evolved. From collaborating on the "Savage Remix" single to being invited to the Carter's New Year's Eve Party, the rapper said,"In the first five minutes of the conversation, I felt like I've been knowing her all my life. She treated me like family, and now I feel like I am family. We talk all the time." Perhaps the best way to know the rules behind being in Beyoncé's inner circle of close friends is to look at the singer's lyrics. In her 2018 collaboration "FRIENDS" with husband Jay-Z, Mrs. Carter describes her friends as those that pray for her and support her art. She sings, "See better things for me / Want better days for me unselfishly / They pray and pray for me, they pray and pray for me / Whenever I'm in need." Many A-list celebrities who consider themselves friends with the singer are very vocal about it. Former First Lady Michelle Obama chose Beyoncé as the one person she would want to be on a desert island with in an interview on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Mrs. Obama said, "She's a sweetheart. She's smart, she's creative, she's a great mother, she loves her family. She's just a low-key lady — we have a lot in common that way. Except I can't sing." If listening to Beyoncé is the way into her friend group, a lot of us are way closer to joining the circle than we think. Check out one of our newest videos right here! Plus, even more Nicki Swift videos about your favorite celebs are coming soon. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit the bell so you don't miss a single one.