Beyoncé is reportedly "super excited" about her Destiny's Child performance at the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show next month.
A source close to the "Love On Top" singer said she wouldn't have felt "right" to perform at the annual show that is watched by millions without help from her "girls" - Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.
"It seemed to her that it wasn't right to have this grand stage without the help from the girls she loves and grew up with both professionally in the group and as friends," an insider told Hollywood Life. "She would have it no other way and is super excited over the reunion."
The insider added that the Houston-native realized what the annual event represents and that her former group members represent not only her past but her future as well.
"The Super Bowl is meant to be a reflection of your entire career, where you came from and where you are going. She wants to show the best in herself and what she still has to offer with the element of the past leading to the future," the source said.
Enstars reported on Jan. 11 that Rowland and Williams will join Beyonce onstage during the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show in February for their first Destiny's Child reunion since 2006. The trio will band together halfway through Beyonce's set to sing a new track from their fifth studio album set for release on Jan. 29.
Beyonce announced on Jan. 10 that fans can expect a new album from one of the most successful girls groups in music.
The first single, titled "Nuclear," will be performed at the 2013 Super Bowl and it is the first track from their upcoming album "Love Songs."
"Love Songs" is Destiny's Child first album since "Destiny Fulfilled," which was released in 2004. The group split in 2005 after achieving success with their "Destiny Fulfilled and Lovin' It Tour" and focused on their solo careers.