Here's Beyonce Singing Before She Was REALLY Famous
The Super Bowl half time show has become a sacred tradition.
As one of the most elite competitions in sports, every component -- from the multi million dollar commercials to the astronomically high-paid performers -- must live up to the year-long hype.
So naturally this year’s entertainment is the one and only Sasha Fierce.
Beyonce is a safe choice for the show. That is not to say that she is boring, or simple, but that she never fails to entertain—when she’s singing live.
The stunning diva has a powerful voice to project her hit songs, stellar dance moves to mesmerize audiences, an innate stage presence to engage the crowd, and a wardrobe of scantily clad, unbelievably glamorous unitards to show off her rockin’ post-baby body.
No doubt she is a one-woman show.
Though fully capable of putting on a Super Bowl worthy performance all on her own, rumors are swirling that she won’t be alone on stage Sunday.
While the other members firmly deny the rumors, a leaked set list including the group’s chart-topper “Bills, Bills, Bills” suggests otherwise.
We can only hope.
Back in 1997, the pop diva stood beside a group of three other ladies singing catchy, female-empowering songs about “good for nothing type of brothers”. Destiny’s Child gained a significant following and climbed the Billboard Charts into 2001, when the group decided to disband and start solo careers.
B has since gotten a new look, a rap star hubby, and a beautiful new baby Blue Ivy, but her award-winning voice and legendary performance skills have remained the same.
This week’s Flashback Friday pays homage to 2013’s half-time queen with an early Destiny’s Child music video that received major airtime back in the TRL era.
Check out the clip above for a pre-Super Bowl warm up.
And tune in Sunday night to—hopefully—see the live performance we’ve all been waiting for.