Beyonce is one of America's top entertainers after hitting the big time as part of Destinys Child. Beyonce is married to fellow performer Jay-Z. Both Beyonce's career continue to soar with her next single If I Were a Boy soon to be released.
Reuniting with the group that rooted her in the music biz, Beyoncé Knowles will join Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for an all-star Super Bowl halftime show.
Earlier this afternoon (January 24), an insider told Us Weekly brand new details about the set list. After the 31-year-old performer opens with a solo performance of her hit "Crazy in Love," the other gals will join B on stage for a medley of their greatest hits, including "Bills, Bills, Bills," "Survivor," and their new song, "Nuclear."
Though she remains silent, a source close to Beyoncé Knowles says the “Single Ladies” songstress didn’t see anything wrong with lip-synching the National Anthem at President Barack Obama's inauguration on Monday (January 21).
"She didn't think there was anything wrong with it," the source explains. "Pavarotti has done it! It was freezing out, and if she messed up just one note, that would have been the story."
She had the esteemed honor of singing at President Obama’s inauguration on Monday (January 21), and Beyoncé Knowles has been getting all kinds of grief for deciding to lip synch the Star Spangled Banner.
However, a few of the “Crazy in Love” songstress’ celebrity peers have come to her defense, noting that the conditions and venue would’ve made it difficult to pull off.
Lending their talents to President Barack Obama’s Inauguration Day, Beyonce Knowles and Kelly Clarkson showed up at the US Capitol this morning (January 21).
Having performed “At Last” at Obama’s first Inaugural Ball back in 2009, Beyonce is no stranger to such events, and she totally nailed the “Star Spangled Banner” as the First Family, husband Jay-Z, and millions of American looked on in person and at home.