If you don't enjoy MASSIVE spoilers, look away: We might know what songs Beyonce will be performing during the Super Bowl halftime show.
What is bigger than the Super Bowl, the subsequent Most Valuable Player award, the brand-new commercials, the get-togethers you may be planning or attending, and who gets to say "I'm going to Disney World!" after the game? The halftime show, of course. This year, Beyonce will grace the stage in New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and according to a report from Us Weekly on Thursday, her set list has been revealed.
The four-song set, which Us Weekly calls an "epic show," begins with Beyonce singing "Crazy in Love," according to an "insider" source with knowledge of such things. It only gets, well, crazier from there, as she will then be accompanied by former members of Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, to perform the group's monster jams, ", Bills, Bills," and "Survivor."
Apparently, another source told Us Weekly that Beyonce will be motivated by the controversy surrounding whether or not she lip-synched the National Anthem during President Barack Obama's Inauguration ceremony, saying the 31-year-old singer wants to "knock them dead." So be prepared.
Destiny's Child will finish the set with their new song, "Nuclear," before the always-frantic stage takedown and eventual resumption of the Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens on Feb. 3.