Beyoncé's Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show: What Did You Think? Take Our Poll!

Feb 3 2013, 7:34pm CST | by

Beyoncé's Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show: What Did You Think? Take Our Poll!
Photo Credit: TV Line

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The “Single Ladies” singer promised in a press conference leading up to her performance at the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show (AKA “The Beyonce Bootylicious Mini-Concert, Brought to You by Some Football Game”) that she was “well-rehearsed” and would “absolutely” be singing live. Not only did she live up to her promises, but she did so while executing the kind of beastly/eye-popping choreography few of her contemporaries would attempt without the promise of an oxygen mask descending from the ceiling.

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Dressed in a draped black leather minisdress (that was eventually and quickly reduced to a bustier/bathing suit with black lace skirt), Beyoncé began smack in the center of the New Orleans Superdome (against a gigantic flaming silhouette of her bodacious frame), belting “Love on Top” in the process. From there, her ferocious setlist was as follows:

“Crazy in Love”
“Till the End of Time”
“Baby Boy”/>/>

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“Bootylicious” (with Kelly and Michelle from Destiny’s Child)
“Indepedent Women” (with DC)
“Single Ladies”
“Halo”/>/>/>

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I’ll be back in the next half hour to update this review with more info and details, but until then, I pass the baton to you. What did you think of Beyoncé’s Halftime Show performance? How did it compare to Madonna’s extravanagnza from last year’s Super Bowl XLVI? Take our poll below, then hit the comments and expand on your thoughts. And come back to TVLine after the game and tomorrow morning for all your Super Bowl pop-cultural recapping needs!


Source: TV Line

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