VIDEO: Beyonce Wows At Super Bowl Halftime Show
Beyonce, 31, showed off her pipes — and her hot post-baby body — at Sunday night's Super Bowl halftime show when she took the stage dressed in a black leather minidress by Rubin Singer, long gloves, and her signature knee-high boots.
Beyonce, who just gave birth to her baby with Jay-Z, Blue Ivy, in June, performed some of her favorite hits for halftime, including "Love on Top," "Crazy in Love" and "Halo," but the highlight of the show came when she was joined by her former Destiny's Child bandmates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, for snippets of "Independent Women Part I" and "Single Ladies."
Virtually everyone — fans and critics alike — praised the performance by Beyonce, even joking after the 34-minute power outage that Beyonce "blew it out. Literally."
First Lady Michelle Obama also chimed in on Beyonce's show. "Watching the #SuperBowl with family & friends," she wrote. "@Beyonce was phenomenal! I am so proud of her." Beyonce also sang at Barack Obama's Presidential Inauguration on January 21.
Beyonce herself later took to Twitter to recognize her fellow Super Bowl performers, Alicia Keys, who sang the National Anthem, and Jennifer Hudson, who performed "America the Beautiful" with the Sandy Hook Elementary School Choir. "What a proud day for African-American Women! Kelly, Michelle, Alicia, JHud…You are all beautiful, talented and showed so much class! It was an honor to perform at the Super Bowl with you phenomenal ladies. Love, Beyonce."
Watch part of Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime performance, via the Hollywood Gossip, here:
For more like this:
Most Popular News
- Mimi Faust Releases Sex Tape With 'Love & Hip Hop Atlanta' Boyfriend Nikko Smith
- Leonardo DiCaprio Takes Girlfriend Toni Garrn To Beverly Hills Farmers Market
- Maggie Q's Barely-There 'Divergent' Premiere Dress Causes Stir
- Saoirse Ronan Films 'Brooklyn'
- Game Of Thrones: Who Killed King Joffrey Baratheon?
Most Popular Videos
Scarlett Johansson And Joseph Gordon-Levitt On 'Don Jon,' Sex Scenes
Jason Schwartzman On 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' Wes Anderson, Jeff Goldblum
Matt Bomer & Marisa Coughlan On 'Space Station 76,' SXSW
Billy Crudup On 'Blood Ties,' Clive Owen, Zoe Saldana
Dave Barry On 'You Can Date Boys When You Are Forty,' Justin Bieber