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3 February 2013, 10:14
The 'Radioactive' singe says she is looking forward to Beyonce "making history" at tonight's event.
Rita Ora has admitted she will probably cry if Destiny's Child reunite on stage tonight (3rd February) during Beyonce's highly anticipated US Super Bowl 2013 halftime show.
The 'R.I.P.' singer, who is signed to Jay-Z's label Roc Nation, says she can't wait to watch her "idol" sing live at today's event in New Orleans, and suggested Beyonce is going to "make history" with her comeback performance.
"Super Bowl halftime, yes! I am going to make sure I have time to watch her," Rita exclusively told Capital FM this weekend. "Only because she's an idol and she's going to make history at the Super Bowl!"
"I might have heard some rumours but, you know what, I'm going to keep it hush because I'm like you guys, I don't know what is going to happen!" Rita teased, when asked about the possibility of special guests joining Beyonce for her performance.
Over the past several weeks rumours have continued to circulate that Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland will appear with Beyonce during the half-time show to perform a medley of Destiny's Child hits, following the release of their new compilation 'Love Songs'.
"That would be a moment," Rita added. "I'm the biggest Destiny's Child fan. I'd cry. I think I would cry, yes."
Check out a picture of Beyonce at her Super Bowl press conference earlier this week below (Credit: Getty):
This weekend has also seen rumours Beyonce is set to announce a new world tour called 'The Mrs. Carter Show', after the apparent leak of a poster for the unannounced tour.
Beyonce will perform a live set during the NFL Super Bowl 2013 later today (3rd February).
Listen to Rita Ora talking to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about Beyonce's performance below: