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    Pop icon Beyonce Knowles performs live at the "Good Morning America Summer Concert Series" stage in New York City's Central Park, Friday, July 1, 2011. The singer performed songs from her just-released album, "4," as well as some of her greatest hits.
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    The "GMA" summer concert stage was transformed into a black-and-white extravaganza for Beyonce's performance, complete with a full runway that gave the Grammy winner plenty of room to perform her signature dance moves and get closer to her fans in New York City's Central Park, Friday, July 1.
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    Beyonce made her fans, hundreds of whom lined up before dawn in New York City's Central Park to see the superstar, a part of her "GMA" concert performance, telling the overflow crowd, "I want you to forget about all your drama, all your troubles and get lost in this music this morning."
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    The 16-time Grammy winner is known as much for the gravity-defying choreography she does in outrageous outfits and 4-inch heels as for her powerful vocals. "Sometimes they're numb. Sometimes they'll bleed," Beyonce told "GMA" of her feet during a show. "But I don't even think about it. I'm just usually so focused on the stage and the connection with the audience that I don't even feel my feet until I leave the stage."
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    Beyonce and her backup dancers don dramatic attire and point to their ring fingers to perform her 2008 hit, "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," which became an anthem for women around the world. The singer herself "put a ring on it" when she wed rap mogul Jay-Z in a quiet New York City ceremony, April 4, 2008.
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    Beyonce, decked out in a sparkly, croqueted canary yellow dress, belted out some of her biggest hits from the past, as well as two new tracks from her new album "4" -- her lead single "Run The World (Girls)" and her second single "Best Thing I Never Had" -- as part of the "GMA" Summer Concert Series, Friday, July 1.
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    Beyonce electrified the record-setting "GMA" summer concert crowd with an outfit change and a performance of "Run the World (Girls)" from her latest album, "4," in New York City's Central Park, Friday, July 1. Beyonce told "GMA" of the album's name, "My birthday is on the fourth. My mother's birthday is on the fourth. My husband's birthday is on the fourth. I got married on the fourth. It's just a number that keeps coming around and this was my fourth album."
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    A woman of many talents, Beyonce told "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts that what she's most looking forward to next is her lead role in Academy-award winning director Clint Eastwood's remake of the 1954 film, "A Star Is Born." "I'm so so honored that he believes in me. I can't wait to do his film," Beyonce said of Eastwood.
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    The 16-time Grammy winner, surrounded by an all-female band, told "Good Morning America," that one of the best things about her career is the chance it gives her to empower women. "I try to write songs and sing songs that we as women need to hear," Beyonce said. "I know sometimes it's hard to realize how amazing we are. I'm very happy to be able to do that for women around the world."
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  • Beyonce Impresses At The Good Morning America Summer Concert Series

    Beyonce told the thousands of fans who flocked to New York City's Central Park to watch her perform on the "Good Morning America" stage that it was they who inspired her new album, "4." "A lot of the fans out there today named the album," she said on "GMA." "I saw on Twitter and I saw on Facebook, when I ran into some of the fans they were like, 'We're waiting for four" so I said, "All right, y'all, I can name the record, here we go."
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