Edit: Interesting story from a commenter worth adding here, cheers: "Jay-Z worries about Beyonce's Multiple Personality Disorder"..."Jay-Z can't keep her on a leash". Expected, all of these stars (Britney's described here) have MPD (Christina's dad was physically and verbally abusive also, to complete the trinity; I'm sure in a couple of years we'll be hearing the same things coming from her). Edit: And speaking of Britney; the next main MPDisney Princess Miley Cyrus AND Britney will be appearing (was not aware MC was on it too; Britney on the later results show) on the X-Factor tonight... with Simon Cowell who is obsessed with mirrors (for MK purposes, obviously not for the reasons stated in the article).
To clarify, the following is copied and pasted from this Daily Mail link, with my added images and such to show more similarities that they missed.
As her alter ego, Sasha Fierce, Beyoncé is strong, bold and fearless. But not, it seems, entirely unique.
On closer inspection, it appears the singer has borrowed much of her style from other stars.
On a recent shoot for her new music video, she donned a mermaid-style dress that couldn't fail to turn heads.
Haven't I seen that dress before? On a recent video shoot, Beyoncé donned a mermaid-style gown that Jennifer Lopez wore ten years ago
But it wasn't just the sequins that caught the eye. Ten years ago, Jennifer Lopez was photographed in the same shimmering gown.
The 27-year-old also seems to have drawn inspiration from Kylie Minogue, who wore metallic gold gloves during her KylieX2008 tour.
As her Sasha Fierce persona, Beyoncé is particularly fond of a cyborg-style glove that she sports on her left hand.
Robopop: Beyoncé stepped out on stage in a robotic ensemble remarkably similar to one worn by Kylie Minogue in 2002
The singer made another nod to Kylie when she stepped out on stage at an awards show dressed head to toe as a robot - a remarkably similar outfit to one worn by the Australian singer six years ago.
Another star to have captured Beyoncé's imagination is Rihanna.
Photographs promoting her third studio album, I am... Sasha Fierce, show Beyoncé in dark eye make-up resembling that worn by Rihanna in her video for Disturbia.
If the glove fits: Beyoncé's cyborg style glove [also same one in Too Funky video] echoes Kylie's gold pair [and MANY others]
On stage too, both performers have worn striking, big-shouldered ensembles.
In some outfits, Beyoncé pays homage to not one but two stars.
One promotional shot sees her in a bright motorcycle bustier that was worn in the 1992 for George Michael's Too Funky, and was more recently seen on model Alice Dellal.
And in one dramatic stage entrance, Beyoncé descends from on high in a long, billowing ensemble, just as Britney Spears has done before her, and as Angelina Jolie did in the movie Mr and Mrs Smith.
So if imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, there a number of stars with a good reason to feel smug.
In a recent interview with V Magazine, the 27-year-old explained that she has long felt like a totally different person on stage, hence the name change.
She said: 'When I'm onstage I'm aggressive and strong and not afraid of my sexuality. The tone of my voice gets different, and I'm fearless. I'm just a different person.
'It's a way for me to differentiate what I do onstage from who I really am - It's a way for me to not lose myself, to keep my life in perspective, because it's really hard sometimes to stay on earth when you're a celebrity.
'There's so much going on, and so many people give you whatever you want and say everything you do is great.'
Making an entrance: She descends onto the stage, just like Britney before her and in a similar manner to Angelina Jolie
Beyoncé has discussed her stage persona, previously known as simply just 'Sasha', before, but the singer is now making the alter ego more prominent than ever.
Her 17-track double-disco album, which was released in the UK last week, has already entered the Japanese International Album Chart at number one following an earlier release date.
It comes as the singer prepares for a huge 110-date world tour starting next year. She is destined to hit London's O2 Arena in May, where she will perform tracks from the album including If I Were A Boy and Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It).
Funky: Her motorcycle bustier is certainly dramatic, but it's by no means a one-off, as proven by Alice Dellal (below left) and a George Michael video (right Daily Mail link)