[off camera]: Who are you gonna meet tonight?
Kid President: Beyonce! [off camera]: Oh yeah, you’re excited for
that? KP: Yup!
[off camera]: How excited? KP: So excited I could die!
[off camera]: The president is here. [cheering]
Amazing! Coolest kid ever! [off camera]: Is this the most interview you’ve ever done. KP: Probably, yes!
[off camera]: Are you ready for it? KP: No!
[off camera]: Are you excited though? KP: Yes!
[off camera]: Good, alright so here you go! Get your game face on!
KP: So Beyoncé…[laughs] Take two! Who encouraged you when you were a kid?
Beyoncé: My mother encouraged me and I think it’s so important at that age to feel safe
and to know that you have someone there supporting you and standing by you. KP: Do you like the video I made for you? Beyoncé: I absolutely loved the video you
made for me. I can’t believe I’m sitting here with the Kid President. I was very excited
to meet you today. KP: So Beyoncé, August 19 is World Humanitarian
Day and I’m asking people to tell us what the world needs more of. Why is World Humanitarian
Day so important? Beyoncé: Well I know it’s so admirable the
people around the world that dedicate their lives to other people and I think it’s so
important for us to take some time and be unselfish and have compassion because we really can
impact the world. KP: So Beyoncé what do you think the world
needs more of? Beyoncé: Well I think the world needs more
strong, empowered men and women. So I think the world needs more strength.
KP: Ah strength, good answer! Are we best friends?
Beyoncé: Only if I can get a kiss on the cheek.
KP: Okay…[laughs] Beyoncé: [laughs] Come on, come on, come
on Kid President! Thank you! KP: Thank you for doing an interview with
me. Beyoncé: Thank you for interviewing me. Can
we get a fist bump? KP: Yeah!
[laughs] KP: August 19 is World Humanitarian Day. Sponsor
a word and make it a reality! Too legit!