I Wrote an Open Letter to Beyoncé and She Responded (!!!) ...Well Sort of

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Dear Beyoncé,

You may or may not have heard, but I tried to book an interview with you while you're On The Run in Miami. I Was Here, at my desk, creating the best possible pitch because 10 percent of me believed we had a chance.

I have to admit, when I saw a response in my Inbox I did, in fact, Lose My Breath. I couldn't believe how quickly your publicist got back to me! I had to Countdown (from 10 obviously) before opening the message.

Unfortunately, your publicist said no, no, no, no, no (in a nice way) when it should really be yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Your publicist commended my effort, but informed me that you won't be doing press while in Miami and I totally understand. I was being selfish and my first thought was Why Don't You Love Me?! But, then I came to my senses and remembered that you're Beyoncé.

Since you've always shared your feelings with me, I want to share my feelings with you because I know You Care. The day following the response, I really got a feel for what it was like to be the Broken-Hearted Girl.

But, let me tell you, I'm a survivor. I'm not gon' give up. I'm not gon' stop. I'm gon' work harder.

On behalf of the AM Tonight team, see you soon Beyoncé.

#Flawless-ly, Bianca

@thisisBiancaP

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