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25 January 2013, 09:01
The 'Countdown' star's setlist has partially leaked seeming to confirm a performance with her bandmates.
Beyonce's much rumoured reunion with Destiny's Child at the US Super Bowl 2013 is looking even more likely after part of her setlist was leaked this week.
The 'Love On Top' singer is due to perform at this year's halftime show and has been heavily hyped to reunite with Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams during her set, fresh from the release of the band's new greatest hits collection 'Love Songs'.
Some of Destiny's Child's biggest hits including 'Survivor' and new song 'Nuclear' are now expected to feature during Beyonce's performance, after a partial setlist was allegedly leaked out yesterday (24th January).
"Beyonce will perform her hit 'Crazy In Love' during a solo set to kick off the show," a source revealed to Us Weekly. "Midway through the act she'll be joined by [Kelly] Rowland and [Michelle] Williams to sing a medley of their biggest hits starting with 'Bills, Bills, Bills', 'Survivor' and ending with their new track 'Nuclear'."
Earlier this month Destiny's Child announced the release of 'Love Songs' for 29th January, which features their first new material together in over eight years.
Check out a picture of Beyonce at Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony this week below (Credit: Getty):
Beyonce has been at the centre of controversy this week after it was reported she had mimed her performance at Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony on Monday (21st January).
The US star's bandmate Michelle has also leaped to her defence since news of the lip-sync first emerged, saying the response has been "saddening".
"It's disappointing and saddening to me," Michelle told Good Morning America this week. "It's just shocking to me that it's taken on this. I love her so much. I know what she possesses."
Beyonce's halftime show at the US Super Bowl 2013 will take place live from the Superdome in New Orleans on 3rd February.