Beyonce recently caused some controversy after it was revealed that she hadn’t sang live during her performance at the Inauguration festivities earlier this week in Washington, D.C. She’s now moving on from the scandal and preparing for another huge performance — the Super Bowl halftime show. But everyone is wondering — will she sing live?
According to Us Weekly, Beyonce is set to sing her hit “Crazy In Love” as part of a solo set which will kick off the show on February 3. Midway through the performance, her former Destiny’s child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will join her on stage for a group set which will include “Bills, Bills, Bills,” “Survivor,” and their new track “Nuclear.”
^ Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams Destiny’s Child honoured with the 2,305th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Hollywood, California. (Photo: Dimitri Halkidis / WENN)
After all the hubbub surrounding her performance at the Inauguration, Beyonce is reportedly more ready than ever to show her critics that she can sing — as once source says, she is ready to “knock ’em dead.”
As for the Inauguration performance, the source explains, “She did sing. There was a [pre-recorded] track, but Bey sang 100 percent. [Using a pre-recorded track at live events] is very very common. The track was only there as a backup.” Regardless of the speculations, “She can’t wait to get on the Super Bowl stage and show everyone.”
In case you haven’t hear Destiny’s Child’s latest single “Nuclear,” check it out below: