The year has hardly begun and Beyonce has already taken 2013 by storm, proving why she may in fact-- run the world.
She already covered the January issue of GQ Magazine, performed at the presidential inauguration and the Super Bowl halftime show; she has an HBO documentary premiering in a few days, a Vogue cover due in March, a upcoming tour and album, and she will headline the 2013 Essence Festival,
Beyonce is not retiring anytime soon and the Run the World (Girls) singer will sit down with Oprah Winfrey on Feb. 16 for an exclusive interview on Oprah's Next Chapter, announced by Winfrey Sunday via Twitter.
"Can't wait to talk to @Beyonce. Special #Next Chapter on OWN Saturday night 8/7c," Winfrey wrote. "Yea u heard that correctly. BEYONCE and I sit down Saturday nite. #NextChapter."
Beyonce's interview will coincide with the debut of her HBO documentary Life is But a Dream.
From her new candid documentary to her recent upcoming magazine interviews, Beyonce has been open recently about her life and family. The singer discussed in Vogue the balance of blending work and home life with husband Jay-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy.
"I feel like I have something that has grounded me so much more," she said. "Family has always been important. I've always had my mother and my father and my husband. But it's just...," she pauses. "Life is so much more than...it's not defined by any of this."
Beyonce also shared her connection with her daughter, calling the 1-year-old her "best friend."
"She's my road dog...she's my homey, my best friend," Beyonce said.
Although the 16-second promo does not give any details on the upcoming sit-down with Winfrey, it does tease Beyonce will perhaps discuss her unforgettable Super Bowl halftime performance.