LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU: The singer and her dancers electrify the Superdome.
She came. She saw. She slayed. The long-awaited moment finally arrived and Beyoncé delivered a once-in-a-lifetime performance during the Pepsi Halftime Show at Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night. The pop-R&B queen worked the stage like no other, with “Countdown” opening up the spectacle. A medley of hits followed including “Love on Top,” “Crazy in Love,” and a dancehall-spiked rendition of her 2003 Sean Paul-assisted smash “Baby Boy.”
As if answer to the rumours of who would appear on stage with Beyoncé, those questions were soon answered as Bey’s fellow Destiny’s Child members (Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams) joined in for a medley of “Bootylicious,” “Independent Women,” and “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” The 12-minute rocking set came to a soothing close, as Beyoncé showed off her lush vocals to the sounds of “Halo” before thanking everyone for the exhilarating, unforgettable experience.
The Ravens might have taken home the trophy (soundly beating the 49ers), but everyone agrees that Beyoncé was the night's real big winner.
>> IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Watch the performance HERE.