Beyonce really likes to drive the empowerment of the song home with a militia of fierce dancers and some crowd participation. So football fans headed to the game should work on their hand-flipping skills, she’ll likely call on you to throw your hands up -- especially the fellas.
“Halo.” Beyonce has grown fond of pairing “Single Ladies” and her hit “Halo” as a finale/encore. She’s used the pop ballad as a tribute to Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson and after a strenuous set it will afford her the one big opportunity to display the vocal prowess that’s recently come into question, and she's likely going to seize the moment and unleash some vocal acrobatics.
As for a new track? Yes, it’s been reported she would unveil her highly anticipated new single on the Super Bowl stage. But with only 12 minutes and her audience too busy trying to “put a ring on it” -- speaking of which how awesome would it be if she slid a Super Bowl ring on her finger -- there might not be time for a new track. Sorry.
But strangely enough, at Thursday’s press conference a reporter asked about rumors of whether she would perform at the Grammys on Feb. 10. Interesting considering music's biggest night would be prime real estate to debut something new. She reportedly laughed and asked, “Who said I was performing at the Grammys? I don't know if I'm performing at the Grammys.”
It would make sense that she would save something for next week and sample new material at the Grammys, where coincidentally Justin Timberlake (reported to have contributed to her upcoming album) is also making his anticipated comeback.
Just saying, homegirl is pretty darn savvy.
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