Super Bowl 2013 Halftime; Beyonce Responds to Rumors of Jay Z, Destiny's Child Joining Stage
By Staff Writer | February 03, 2013 05:00 PM EST
Super Bowl 2013 is looming and fans look forward to the highly anticipated halftime show featuring Beyonce. The former Destiny's Child singer has been the center of many rumors regarding special guests during her set. Beyonce briefly responded to questions at a press conference about whether Jay Z or Destiny's Child will join her during the Super Bowl 2013 halftime show.
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Beyonce was asked whether she and bandmates, Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland will ever have a reunion as Destiny's Child.
"Well, we just had a new release - the love songs Destiny's Child album," she replied. "We did a new song. It was so exciting to hear us together again. I just kind of dropped on the floor and felt like a little teenager again when I heard us harmonize. There's nothing like our connection and the sisterhood we have. So it's always such a pleasure to be around them professionally and personally."
Although it's no secret Beyonce and the band will be reuniting for some time, the Grammy winner would not answer directly when asked if they will join the Super Bowl 2013 halftime show.
"I can't really give you any details. I'm sorry," Beyonce answered.
At the press conference, Beyonce also took the opportunity to announce she is ready to perform live at the show. She recently stirred controversy with her lip synced performance of the National Anthem at the Presidential Inauguration last month.
"I am well rehearsed and I will absolutely be singing live," Beyonce said. "This is what I was born to do. What I'm born for."
Beyonce is expected to take the stage at the Super Bowl 2013 which will air live on CBS at 6:30 EST. The halftime show is expected to begin around 8:15PM EST.
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