Despite a recent controversy involving her performance of The National Anthem at the Presidential Inauguration (aka, 'Lip Gate'), Beyonce is moving forward with her upcoming halftime extravaganza at this year's SUPER BOWL. US Weekly has just revealed the set list for the singer's solo portion of the show, along with the highly anticipated reunion segment with members of Destiny's Child.
According to the report, Beyonce will begin the show solo with "Crazy in Love" before being joined by Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland. The trio will perform some of their greatest hits that include "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Survivor," before ending with "Nuclear," a new track from their upcoming compilation "Love Songs."
Beyonce will then close the show with the premiere of a single from her next album, her fifth solo release.
Regarding the recent lip synching accusations, a source close to the singer revealed to US, "She did sing. There was a [pre-recorded] track, but Bey sang 100 percent." They continued, "[Using a pre-recorded track at live events] is very very common. The track was only there as a backup."
Former bandmate Michelle Williams defended Beyonce on Thursday morning's Good Morning America, calling the controversy, "disappointing and sad", and said regretfully, "that was such a big moment for her. I wish people would let it go."