Beyoncé was designated to entertain the crowd at this year’s edition of the Super Bowl and, as it turns out, it was the perfect choice. The singer electrified the stage during the Super Bowl halftime show with her lively performance, her elaborate dances and her powerful voice, Reuters reports.
Beyoncé has long been acknowledged as one of the most talented singers in the United States, which is why organizers decided to name her the entertainer of the Super Bowl in 2013. Nobody ever doubted Beyoncé’s singing abilities, but, in case there were some naysayers, who needed confirmation, the Super Bowl halftime show proved the singer can really entertain the crowd.
Dressed in an all-black dress, Jay-Z’s wife made her presence felt from the very first moment she set foot on stage. She started the performance with her R & B hit “Love on Top” and continued with her well-known song “Crazy in Love”. Fiery red was the predominant color that was displayed on stage as the singer and her group of dancers rocked the Superdome. She was, at times, accompanied by her former Destiny’s Child colleagues, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, who helped Beyoncé interpret “Bootylicious” and “Single Ladies”.
Her powerful voice was not the only asset that Beyoncé used during the Super Bowl show. The “Run The World (Girls)” interpreter left fans open-mouthed as she exercised her dance moves on stage. The singer is back in her prenatal shape, so her “Baby Boy” and “End of Time” choreography consisted of highly advanced dance schemes.
Bey’s moment was preceded by Alicia Keys’ piano-tinged performance of the national anthem. As usual, the artist’s interpretation was live and therefore, well-received by the public. Both her piano and her voice interpretation of “The Star-Spangled Banner” have been described by viewers as irreproachable. Jennifer Hudson was the third artist that went on stage on Sunday evening. She was accompanied by the 26 members of the Sandy Hook Elementary School chorus as she sang “America the Beautiful”.