Beyonce Asked Solange About Her Favorite Selena Song And We’re Surprised By Her Answer

Beyoncé rarely does press, so the fact that she’s interviewing her little sister Solange for the Interview Magazine cover story is a huge deal – y más that they talked about their fellow Texas queen.

Queen Bee served up some juicy questions for baby sister Solange, mostly about their childhood and where she found inspiration for her killer album “A Seat At The Table.”

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But before the end of the interview, Beyoncé got to the lightning round.

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Beyoncé: When do you feel most free?

Solange: When I’m in a musical meditation.

Beyoncé: What makes you laugh the hardest?

Solange: “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” hands-down.

Then she got to the toughest question of them all:

Beyoncé: “No Me Queda Mas” or “I Could Fall in Love”?


Gahhhhhh!!!!! How do you choose?!

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I can’t handle the stress ?.

But Solange went with…


“No me queda más”!

Now we know Solange is a fan of Selena — she did sing a cover of “I Could Fall in Love.” So it was a complete surprise that she said her favorite Selena song is “No Me Queda Más.”

So when can we get a cover?


Leave it to Bey to ask the hard-hitting questions, right?

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READ: Solange Gifted The Internet With THE Most Soulful Cover Of Selena’s “I Could Fall In Love”

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This Restaurant Hires Abuelitas Instead Of Chefs

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This Restaurant Hires Abuelitas Instead Of Chefs

If you are a fan of your abuela’s cooking, grab a tissue because you are about to get all the feels and llorar y llorar. Then you’re gonna get super hungry.

So, there’s a restaurant on Staten Island, New York City called Enoteca Maria that has harnessed the collective cooking powers of grandmothers from around the world.


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Qué chef, ni qué nada. Enoteca Maria doesn’t need no stinkin’ professionally trained chefs because abuelas do the cooking.


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Enoteca Maria has two kitchens. One is always headed by an Italian nonna.

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You can always expect the menu to include Italian home cooking.


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The second kitchen features dishes from a rotation of grandmas from various countries.


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Each nana serves a menu featuring foods from her own region. There are abuelas representing Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and on and on.

Now, watch this video that will get you all choked up because abuelas have always been in charge of the best kitchens.

At This Restaurant, Grandmas Are The Chefs

At this restaurant, grandmas are the queens of the kitchen

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To learn more about the talented women cooking at Enoteca Maria, click here.

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