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28 January 2013, 12:19
The 'Countdown' singer seems to have taken a dig at claims she did not sing live at last week's inauguration.
Beyonce has seemingly responded to last week's widespread media speculation about whether she lip-synced at US President Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony.
The 'Love On Top' singer performed US National Anthem 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at the even on Monday (21st January), however reports later claimed she opted to use a pre-recorded track instead of singing live.
Beyonce has now posted several pictures of rehearsals for her US Super Bowl halftime show this weekend, including one which seems to take a stab at the criticism surrounding the lip-sync claims.
The 'Countdown' singer is seen in the picture wearing a sweatshirt with the words "Can I Live?" written on the front, while holding up her hands as if posing a question.
The words 'Can I Live?' are also the title to a song from her husband Jay-Z's 1996 debt album 'Reasonable Doubt', however the timing of Beyonce's picture post has led to speculation it is a dig at the lip-sync controversy.
Check out a picture of Beyonce in her 'Can I Live?' t-shirt over the weekend below (Credit: Instagram):
Beyonce is now preparing for her halftime show performance at the US Super Bowl on Sunday (3rd February), where she is rumoured to rejoin her Destiny's Child bandmates for a medley during her set.
Despite the leaking of a setlist seeming to confirm the rumours, Destiny's Child star Michelle Williams insisted they are just rumours of the weekend and refused to confirm her involvement.
Beyonce's halftime performance at the Super Bowl XLVII will air this Sunday 3rd February.