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The 'Countdown' singer is expected to perform the US National Anthem to celebrate the President's second term.
Beyonce is set to sing live at President Barack Obama's inauguration celebrations later this month, it has been reported.
The 'Love On Top' singer is expected to be joined by both Kelly Clarkson and James Taylor at the event, to mark the start of Obama's second term as President of the United States of America.
According to USA Today, the Inauguration Committee is set to announce that Beyonce will perform the US National Anthem at the event on 21st January, after originally also singing at Obama's 2009 inauguration ball to celebrate his first term.
Kelly Clarkson is expected to sing the patriotic 'My Country 'Tis Of Thee' while James Taylor will tackle 'America The Beautiful'.
Check out a brand new picture Beyonce shared with her fans this week below (Credit: Beyonce.com):
The performance will come just weeks before Beyonce will take to the stage to entertain at the Super Bowl 2013 halftime show.
Earlier this month reports suggested that Beyonce, who has been working hard in the recording studio on her fifth solo album, has teamed up with Lady Gaga for her new single.
Beyonce and husband Jay-Z celebrated the one year birthday of their first child Blue Ivy earlier this week.