Super Bowl Halftime Show 2013: See Beyonce's Rehearsal Photos Here
Beyonce posted her own pictures taken during her Superbowl 2013 halftime show rehearsals.
Beyonce's Super Bowl 2013 halftime show is a little over a week away and because her performance is so highly anticipated, the "Love On Top" singer has given her 1.5 million followers on Instagram a sneak peak on what viewers can expect at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Beyonce posted her own pictures on the social media site on Thursday, Jan. 24. In one image, Beyonce is sporting a Brooklyn Nets t-shirt, and was captured stretching her arms out perhaps, after completing an intense singing and dancing rehearsal.
In the second black-and-white image, Beyonce is in the middle of a group of dancers that are flailing their arms about in unison as they are strategically positioned all around her.
The Super Bowl halftime show, which is the most-watched musical event of the year, will be sponsored by Pepsi, who Beyonce struck a lucrative $50 million deal with last month. More than 112.5 million viewers in the U.S. alone watched last year's Super Bowl and over 114 million tuned in just for the halftime show, which was headlined by Madonna.
An insider revealed details of what viewers can expect to see at this year's halftime show. A source revealed to Us Weekly that the 31-year-old will kick off with a solo set. Her lineup will begin with her dance number "Crazy in Love." Beyoncé's husband, rap mogul Jay-Z, may also perform with her because he lends his rap vocals on the track.
The source confirmed that there will definitely be a Destiny's Child reunion half-way through the 15-minute long set. Kelly Rowland, 31, and Michelle Williams, 32, will join the Houston native on stage to perform several Destiny's Child hits - including "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Survivor" - and their new song "Nuclear."
"Nuclear" was recently released and it is the first track from Destiny's Child's reunion album that will go on sale Jan. 29. Fans highly anticipate seeing the reunion because the group's last live performance was at the 2006 NBA All-Star Game when they sang "The Star Spangled Banner."