THROWBACK: 18 Years Ago Beyoncè As A Video Girl

The year was 1999, at just 17 years, long before she became the most powerful female artist in the world, Beyonce was a video girl for R&B singer Case. 

In 1999, Beyonce was a relatively unknown member of girl group that had just released second album , The Writing's on the Wall, which would later that year be their best-selling album and spun number-one singles "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name".

Case at the time was R&B heartthrob singer known for popular hits like the 1996 "Touch me, Tease Me," when he featured a young Beyoncé as his love interest on the video for his 1999 hit, "Happily Ever After."

In an interview with Vibe Magizine in 2005, Case shared what it was like to work with Beyoncé and why the pair shared a hug at the end of the video instead of a kiss.

He said ; 
"That part was supposed to be a kiss but Mathew [ Knowles, Beyoncé's father and manger at the time] was like, 'No, she's 17,'" Case claimed. "We had fun, 'cause I think Kelly [Rowland] and Solange came, too. It was like a three-day shoot and we would just hang out in the trailers and just talk."
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