writes her own songs. She’s won several GrammyAwards. She’s married to one of the most popular rapstars around, Jay-Z. So what’s left for Beyonce Knowles? Beyonce began singing at an early age.
When she was 11,she formed a girl group called Girl Tyme withtwo
friends and her cousin Kelly Rowland (who later sang with her in the trio Destiny’s Child).
They were very determined to become famous; they used to jog and sing at the same time
to build up their vocal power and lung capacity. In the late 1990s, she was lead singer of
the R&B girl-group Destiny’s Child. Beyoncé first moved to the big screen acting and
singing in an opera production for MTV called Carmen: A Hip Hopera in 2001. Critics
noticed her and so did movie executives. She later starred in Austin Powers in Goldmember
(2002), Pink Panther (2006) and Dreamgirls (2006). In 2009, she starred in the thriller:
Obsession. In this movie, she played the part of Sharon Charles, the wife of a man being
harassed by his assistant.
OBSESSED WITH BEYONCE
IT STARTED WITH A FLIRTATION. BUT EVOLVED INTO AN OBSESSION.
Derek Charles has what seems to be a perfect life. It’s too bad it slowly crumbles to pieces.
Derek Charles (played by Idris Elba from The Office US) is a diligent worker who has been
recently promoted. He’s got a nice house, a gorgeous wife and a baby son. But with his
new high-powered job, he requires an assistant. Unfortunately for everyone, that assistant
turns out to be a gorgeous and flirtatious young woman, Lisa (played by Ali Larter).The
chemistry is immediate between Lisa and Derek. But somehow, Lisa feels that the
relationship could go beyond a professional level. Derek tells her he is married and that she
has to stop pursuing him. But Lisa won’t take no for an answer and will stop at nothing to
win Derek’s heart, even if it means faking her own suicide. Derek’s wife Sharon (Beyoncé
Knowles) decides to step in and confront Lisa. But will Derek and Sharon’s marriage
withstand the trauma? This female-stalker film is similar to another one of its kind, Fatal
Attraction (1987) with Glenn Close and Michael Douglas. While no one boils any bunnies in
Obsessed,the film isstill sure toentertain and intrigue audiences everywhere. But, maybe
not a great film to see on a first date…