Beyonce Sings National Anthem At The SuperBowl Press Conference; Talks Lip-Syncing & Her Half Time Performance

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Say what you want, Beyoncé is one talented individual! A few minutes ago, Queen Bey sang the National Anthem live during the SuperBowl XLVII Press Conference (See the video on YouTube). Bey took the stage in a $770 Olcay Gulsen White Leather Mini Dress paired with $695 Jimmy Choo Barb Pumps. Before leaving the podium, Bey answered some questions from the press and addressed some topics including the lip-syncing rumors during President Barack Obama’s Inauguration, what people can expect from her Halftime performance, if there will be a Destiny Child’s reunion during her performance, her husband Jay-Z and their daughter Baby Blue Ivy and much more.


On lip-syncing at President Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration:

I am a perfectionist.  And one thing about me, I practice until my feet bleed.  And I did not have time to rehearse with the orchestra.  It was a live tv show and a very, very important, emotional show for me.  One of my proudest moments.  Due to the weather, due to the delay and lack of proper soundcheck, I did not feel comfortable taking a risk. It was about the President and the Inauguration.  And I wanted to make him and my country proud.  So, I decided to sing along to a pre-recorded track, which is very common in the music industry.  And I’m very proud of my performance.

On if there will be a Destiny’s Child reunion during her halftime performance:

I can’t really give you any details.  I’m sorry.

On showing more of her daughter Blue Ivy in her upcoming HBO documentary:

I feel like my daughter has changed me and changed my life and given me so much purpose.  This movie is very necessary and shows a human side.  At some point, my job is to protect her.  And I’m glad to tell the story on my terms. I am so nervous about putting that out.  It was really interesting directing and editing mysef and seeing all the mistakes I’ve made.  But still putting it in the film.  I feel like it’s time for people to really get to know me.  And to see a different side.  I’m really curious and scared…but now it’s too late.  I’m happy with it.

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