Beyonce Live Performance 2013 Super Bowl (video)

Regardless, Beyoncé will earn double-digit millions from Pepsi in the coming years, and it seems unlikely that she’d have wanted to rock that boat by declining such an important gig—even if she’s not getting paid for it.

Super Bowl 2013, Alicia Keys Sings the National Anthem, in a tempo so unique and leisurely that an inauguration-style lip syncing was pretty much out of the question.

Keys wore and elegant red gown, sitting at a silver piano wheeled into the field just before the performance. Unlike some other stars Alicia Keys had no problems remembering the lyrics and even inspired some of the ball players to belt along with her.

Beyonce take the stage for the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.

Her set began with “Love On Top” from her lastest album 4. She followed with “Crazy in Love,” “End of Time,” and “Baby Boy” before being joined on stage by Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland. The reunited Destiny’s Child trio sang “Bootylicious,” “Independent Women,” and “Single Ladies,

Regardless, Beyoncé will earn double-digit millions from Pepsi in the coming years, and it seems unlikely that she’d have wanted to rock that boat by declining such an important gig—even if she’s not getting paid for it.

Did she out do Madonna performance from last year’s Super Bowl and her 12-minute show attracted 111 million TV viewers, even beating the ratings for the Super Bowl game itself.

”Who knows if they’ll use them in the actual performance, but she was grinding away on one like a professional.”

We take a look back atMadonna’s 2012 performance. She rocked it, playing a combination of some oldies-but-goodies such as “Vogue,” and also her latest single “Give Me All Your Luvin’,” featuring LFMAO, Nicki Minaj, Cee Lo Green and M.I.A.

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