Beyonce reminded us all why her nickname is Queen B at Super Bowl XLVII. The Ravens may have beat the 49ers, but we all know who really dominated the game: Beyonce and her jaw-dropping 12-minute set. Opening with '4' single "Love on Top," Beyonce took us through her catalog of hits before inviting Destiny's Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams onstage for the mini-reunion we'd been waiting for. She ended the show with a moving rendition of "Halo," and then the power went out in the Super Dome. Coincidence? Pshhh...
Destiny's Child Reunite!
The rumors were true: Destiny's Child members Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams shot out of the stage (literally) to join B for a medley of DC hits.
Still Bootylicious After All These Years
Kelly, Beyonce and Michelle: ultimate power trio.
Harry E. Walker
Beyonce or Colgate spokeswoman? It's only a matter of time at this point.
Practice Makes Perfect
Beyonce uploaded tons of rehearsal footage and images to her Tumblr and Instagram the whole week before her Sunday performance. It looks like those hours and hours (and hours) of rehearsal paid off.
Beyonce's married, but she can pretend for the sake of "Single Ladies" with Kelly and Michelle.
...And her minions.
Don't leave! We want Beyonce back for every halftime show!
The "Over the Shoulder"
One of the zillions of perfected poses Beyonce nailed during her set. (Our favorite had to be the air kiss, though.)
A closer look at the Rubin Singer-designed costumes for the girls of DC.
Only Beyonce Can Pull This Off
One word: WORK.
Beyonce was really brave with all that intense hair whipping... especially considering the amount of pyrotechnics going on up there.
See what we mean?
Something tells us Beyonce knew she was going to nail this thing from the moment she stepped out there. (Mainly, this picture.)
We Can See Your Halo
Beyonce closed her 12-minute set with a powerful rendition of "Halo." B was really feeling it, and so were the fans.
It's totally cool if we start posing like this in every picture, right?
Beyonce turned the Super Bowl halftime into a female fete: she was backed by an all-girl band and 135 lady dancers.
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For Your Vision Board
We believe this is what Oprah would call an "a-ha moment."
TIMOTHY A. CLARY
Time for Her Close-Up
Girl with the iPhone, you better post that sh-t immediately.