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Monday, February 4, 2013

Beyoncé sets the Super Bowl on fire as Destiny's Child bandmates make surprise appearance at spectacular halftime performance

By NINA GOLGOWSKI, MEGHAN KENEALLY and JAMES NYE

Fierce: Beyonce takes to the stage at the half-time Super Bowl show in New Orleans this evening

Beyonce channeled her Sasha Fierce alter-ego on stage at the half-time Super Bowl show this evening as a surprise reunion of Destiny's Child wowed the crowd in New Orleans.
Launching the show with a strong performance of 'Crazy in Love' complete with a guitar flaming as it played out its solo, Beyonce proved her doubters wrong by singing live one week after the controversy over her lip-synching at the Presidential Inauguration.

Flaming Start: Beyonce launched her half time show with a flaming silhouette of herself burning in her wake

In a massive surprise for the tens of millions watching at home, Beyonce was joined by Destiny's Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams who sang with the diva on their massive hit 'Bootylicious' and her single smash 'Single Ladies'
However, despite Beyonce appearing to sing live, Twitter was filled with complaints from viewers at home who complained about the sound quality - some said that they were unable to hear Rowland and Williams as they joined their more illustrious bandmate on stage.

No Lip-Synching: Beyonce storms across the stage with her backing dancers on stage during the Super Bowl half-time show in New Orleans

Beyonce sang like she had something to prove at the Super Bowl, balancing out the testosterone levels on the football field with a dance-heavy performance that featured her Destiny's Child band mates and an all-female band.
She emerged onstage singing some of 'Love on Top,' transitioning to her hit 'Crazy In Love' in an all-black ensemble, which matched the dark stage. She ripped off part of her shirt and skirt as she danced hard with background dancers doing the same.

Not Holding Back: Beyonce performs during the halftime show of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens

She sang live — and sounded good. Days after admitting to singing to a pre-recorded track at President Barack Obama's inauguration, she proved herself to any doubters and added a few off-script remarks as if to show her microphone was on.
She set a serious tone as she emerged onstage in all black, singing lines from her R&B hit 'Love on Top.'
The stage was dark as fire and lights burst from the sides. Then she went into her hit 'Crazy In Love,' bringing some feminine spirit to the Super Dome as she and her background dancers did the singer's signature booty-shaking dance.
Beyonce ripped off part of her shirt and skirt. She even blew a kiss. She was ready to rock, and she did so like a pro.

Diva: Beyonce gives a sultry look during her daring and breathless show during this evening's Super Bowl in New Orleans

Her confidence — and voice — grew as she worked the stage with and without her Destiny's Child band mates during her 13-minute set, which comes days after she admitted she sang to a pre-recorded track at President Barack Obama's inauguration less than two weeks ago.
Beyonce proved not only that she can sing, but that she can also entertain on a stage as big as the Super Bowl's.
She was far better than Madonna, who sang to a backing track last year, and miles ahead of the Black Eyed Peas' disastrous set in 2011.

Playes look around the stadium after the lights went out during the second half of NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game

Beyonce was best when she finished her set with "Halo." She asked the crowd to put their hands toward her as she sang the slow groove on bended knee — and that's when she the performance hit its high note.
'Thank you for this moment,' she told the crowd. 'God bless y'all.'
Her background singers helped out as Beyonce danced around the stage throughout most of the 13-minute performance. She was especially top-notch during 'End of Time' and 'Baby Boy.'
She had a swarm of background dancers and band members spread throughout the stage, along with videotaped images of herself dancing. And the crowd got bigger when she was joined by her Destiny's Child band mates.

Tribute: Jennifer Hudson performs with students from Sandy Hook Elementary School singing 'America the Beautiful' before the Super Bowl XLVII this evening in New Orleans

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams popped up from below the stage to sing 'Bootylicious.' They were in similar outfits, singing and dancing closely as they harmonized. But Rowland and Williams were barely heard when the group sang 'Independent Woman,' as their voices faded into the background.
They also joined in for some of 'Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It),' where Beyonce's voice grew stronger.
She asked the crowd to put their hands toward her she belted the slow groove 'Halo' on bended knee — and that's when she the performance hit its high note.

Poignant: The Sandy Hook Elementary School Choir perform 'America the Beautiful' as the pre-game show comes to its end before the Super Bowl kick-off in New Orleans

'From my heart to yours': Jennifer Hudson performs an emotional version of America The Beautiful with choir of children from Sandy Hook gun massacre school

Majestic: Alicia Keys sings the national anthem before the Super Bowl this evening in New Orleans

Alicia Keys sat at her piano on the field in New Orleans and performed the national anthem with no backing from a band

Anquan Boldin (81) of the Baltimore Ravens pulls in a 13-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII

San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis (85) catches a pass against Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard (31) in the first quarter of the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game

Acrobatic: Cheerleaders perform during pre-game ceremonies for the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans

Ready For the Game: Cheerleaders dance before the Super Bowl XLVII

Arena: Players warm up on the field before the NFL Super Bowl XLVII football game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens ahead of tonight's big game

Party: Cheerleaders look on before the San Francisco 49ers play the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL Super Bowl XLVII



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