Beyoncé "responded" to her lip-sync incident - where she partially sang over a pre-recorded track on Inauguration Day - by releasing a photo to the public on Jan. 26 of her wearing a sweatshirt that said "Can I Live."
The Houston native, 31, posed with her head tilted to one side with her shoulders shrugged in the image posted on Instagram. She accessorized the statement shirt with sunglasses and a Brooklyn Nets baseball cap.
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Beyonce appeared to be standing inside the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans in the black and white photo. She has been rehearsing there for the past week to prepare for her Super Bowl halftime show performance scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 3.
Beyoncé posted her first two rehearsal pictures on the social media site on Jan. 24. In one image, she sported a Brooklyn Nets T-shirt, and was captured stretching her arms out. The second black-and-white image is a still of her dancing with her backup dancers. The dancers swung their arms about in unison as they strategically positioned around her.
Beyonce also posted rehearsal photos on her Tumblr webpage on Jan. 26.
A source close to the singer said Beyonce looks forward to performing live at the Super Bowl halftime show.
"She can't wait to get on the Super Bowl stage and show everyone," the insider told Us Weekly.
The source also shared Beyoncé's show set list - the rundown of what fans can expect to see during the 15-minute set. The "Single Ladies" singer will kick off the halftime performance with a solo set and her lineup will begin with "Crazy in Love." Beyoncé's husband, rap mogul Jay-Z, may also perform with her since he lent his rap vocals on the track.
The source confirmed that halfway through the "Bootylicious" singer's set, there will be a Destiny's Child reunion. 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." It will be their first performance together in over six years.
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