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Beyonce Super Bowl Set List Details Emerge

Singer will open solo set with 'Crazy in Love' before Destiny's Child reunion

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January 25, 2013 8:25 AM ET

New details have emerged about what songs Beyoncé will perform during the halftime show at this year's Super Bowl, with Us Weekly reporting that the singer will open a solo set with "Crazy in Love" before Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland join her for a Destiny's Child reunion.

The three will perform a medley of some of their biggest hits, including "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Survivor," before ending with "Nuclear," a new track appearing on the upcoming compilation Love Songs. Beyoncé is said to be closing the show with the premiere of a track from her next album.

From the Archives: Destiny's Child Grow Up (2004)

The singer appeared earlier this week at President Obama's second inauguration, where she created a furor by apparently lip-syncing the national anthem to a version of the song she recorded with the Marine Band the weekend before the swearing-in. 

Destiny's Child released five studio albums in an on-again, off-again career dating back to 1990. Beyoncé's next album, which is expected sometime this year, will be her fifth solo release.

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