New York: Beyonce is tired of the baby rumours.
"At this point, they say that I`ve been pregnant like eight times, so I am kind of used to it," the 29-year-old singer said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I just hope that one day when I decide to be pregnant that people are happy for me. ... One day hopefully I will be. It`s part of being a celebrity, I guess."
Beyonce is delivering something else — a concert DVD titled, "I AM ... WORLD TOUR," which goes on sale Friday. Footage from the DVD will air on Thanksgiving in her second prime-time special on ABC (9:30 p.m. EST), "Beyonce`s I Am ... World Tour," but this time, she shows a more personal side.
"I felt like I`ve done so many different things, it`s time for me to show a bit of who I am. The hardest thing was showing that, because a lot of things that I filmed, I filmed in my computer, and I would never have gotten so open if someone else was in the room," she explained at her DVD premiere Sunday.
Beyonce produced, directed and edited "I AM," which follows the singer on her world tour, which started in March 2009 and ended in February.