Beyonce’s much talked about Super Bowl half time show was definitely worth the wait. The star’s electrifying performances not only overshadowed the game, it’s been credited with the brief power outage that caused a brief blackout.
On a stage with a throng of dancers, fire, ice and smoke, Beyonce appeared on a rising platform. She was clad in an all-black ensemble with heels by designer Rubin Singer. She sang a medley of classics including “Love on Top,” “Crazy in Love,” “End of Time,” and “Baby Boy” before she was joined by Destiny’s Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland. The trio started with “Bootylicious” and worked through “Independent Woman” before collaborating on “Single Ladies.” Beyonce then performed “Halo” solo.
Other stars, like Alicia Keys sang the National Anthem and Jennifer Hudson and a chorus of children from Sandy Hook Elementary School sang “America the Beautiful” but I doubt anyone remembers that, the Super Bowl was the Beyonce show and she certainly owned it.
Beyonce has also announced her World Tour, The Mrs Carter Show’ which starts in Eastern Europe, then Europe before ending in North America.