Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show was, in a made-up word, famazing. While you may be cheering for the San Francisco 49ers or the Baltimore Ravens, I've been rooting for team Beyonce and if you ask me, she should take home the Lombardi trophy. From her incredible leather onesie to the Destiny's Child throwback songs with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, everything went off without a hitch -- no wardrobe malfunctions, no slips and falls, and for all the Inauguration-performance haters, no lip-syncing, either. I mean, the set list was so electric, I'm sure it's what caused a power-surge that resulted in the Superdome going dark.
It was either Beyonce's fault, or the charged Ravens' offense. Anyway, here's what she sang!
She started out with "Love on Top", then "Crazy in Love", "End of Time", and "Baby Boy." Her Destiny's Child band-mates joined her for "Bootylicious", "Independence Day", and "Survivor" and helped her on her hit "Single Ladies" before leaving the stage for Beyonce to wrap up the performance with the breath-taking "Halo."
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Not only did she prove that she can sing live, and sing live flawlessly, she also proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that um, Destiny's Child would be nothing without her.
But other than the somewhat cringe-worthiness of Michelle's "dance" moves, I also wasn't a fan of the kaleidoscope camera shots, if only because after downing a gallon of guac, I was already feeling a little disoriented.
Anyway, Beyonce killed it. She. is. everything. The end.
Did you love Beyonce's halftime performance?
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