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Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter (née Knowles), known mononymously as Beyoncé, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. Along with her former band Destiny's Child (Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams) and her younger sister, Solange, sung the theme song to the Disney Channel television series The Proud Family. She also posed as Alice in "Where Wonderland is Your Destiny" in the Disney Dream Portrait Series, voiced adult Nala in the 2019 Disney film The Lion King, and directed, wrote, and starred in the Disney+ visual album Black Is King.

Beyoncé was mentioned in the That's So Raven episode "Boyz 'N Commotion", Austin & Ally episode "Costumes & Courage", The Muppets episodes "Got Silk?" and "Generally Inhospitable", the Stuck in the Middle episodes "Stuck in the Sweet Seat" and "Stuck with a Boy Genius", an episode of Lab Rats: Elite Force, an episode of Gamer's Guide to Pretty Much Everything, Doctor Strange (with her song "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" heard), the BUNK'D episode "Cabin vs. Cabin", the Raven's Home episode "You're Gonna Get It", the MECH-X4 episode "Versus The Outbreak", the Once Upon a Time episode "Secret Garden", the Daredevil episode "Please", and the K.C. Undercover episode "Welcome to the Jungle".

Her song "Crazy in Love" was featured in Strange Magic.

Personal Life

Beyoncé is married to rapper/businessman Shawn Carter (better known as Jay-Z). On January 7, 2012, Beyoncé gave birth to a daughter, Blue Ivy Carter. She later gave birth to twins, named Rumi, the daughter, and Sir, the son.


Throughout her career, Beyoncé has sold over 100 million records worldwide as a solo artist. She further sold 60 million records with Destiny's Child, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time. She is a multi-platinum, Grammy-Award-winning recording artist who is acclaimed for her thrilling vocals, videos, and live concert shows.

Beyoncé has won 28 Grammy Awards, both as a solo artist and member of Destiny's Child and The Carters, making her the most honored female artist by the Grammys.

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