Beyonce And Destiny's Child Wear Rubin Singer For Super Bowl Halftime Show

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Beyonce performs for the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Ho. Ly. Mackerel. Talk about "Lose My BREATH." The Super Bowl XLVII game may have reached a teeth-grinding halt with the Baltimore Ravens leading the San Francisco 49ers 28-6 just before a POWER OUTAGE (whatttt??), but the break was probably for the best since Beyonce's epic halftime performance and the HIGHLY anticipated Destiny's Child reunion which just unfolded in the New Orleans Superdome STILL has us totally floored, not exactly ready to dive back into all the sportsball just yet. Had the Harbaugh brothers entered onto the field on a tandem bike and we actually followed through on that epic snack stadium, we might have had a few more things to keep ourselves occupied while waiting for the Beyonce show to start. Instead, we were white-knuckled counting down the two hours before FINALLY getting to see the Rubin Singer creations worn by Bey and her DC girls Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

Bey opened with the "Run The World (Girls)" distorted guitars, an all-female band, and a giant legion of 135 lady dancers (also clad in Rubin Singer leather and Chromat harnesses). An explosion ending in a Beyonce silhouette formed in fire led into a little horn section and "Love On Top." With the lights finally up on the Queen of the 2013 Super Bowl, we're able to see her shiny black ensemble — a little bit satin, a lotta bit leather (PYTHON!), and definite sexy futurism. She gets fired up, transitions into "Crazy In Love" (sans Jay-Z *single tear*), and rips off both her Jetsons-esque short-sleeve jacket AND the bubble hem top portion of her skirt, throwing them both into the crowd.

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Beyonce performs for the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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The quick-change reveals more angular leather, a faux peekaboo cut-out down the middle of her bustier, and the most BANANAS lace high-low skirt. Don’t sleep on her accessories game, either. She’s a stickler for details with fingerless, leather, elbow-length gloves, beige fishnets, and black ankle boot Proenza Schouler heels that would give us heart palpitations to walk in let alone dance our faces off on the most widely viewed nationally televised live event of the year. Beyonce's performance is unmistakably live singing, wailing on song after song from "End Of Time" to "Baby Boy."

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Destiny's Child performs for the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show in New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Then, that infamous Fleetwood Mac guitar riff starts, and you just KNOW what’s coming next: "BOOTYLICIOUS" and the Destiny’s Child reunion everyone has been waiting for. And guess what? THEY’RE MATCHING. *dies and rises from own ashes ONLY TO DIE AGAIN* We were most certainly not ready for that jelly, but we humbly accepted it anyway. As is customary for DC, Kelly is rocking the most leggy ensemble of the bunch with a full leather, halter neck bodysuit. Michelle's look is closer to a cocktail dress with a flippy leather skater skirt and asymmetrical strapless top. Nothing dips below mid-thigh, and all three ladies are stunning AND stunting in extra-high black socks. They, OF COURSE, launch into "Independent Woman" with airtight harmonies. They're so on-point it's as if these three had never taken any time apart.

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Beyonce performs for the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Photo: Getty Images

Kelly and Michelle also guest on the Bey classic "Single Ladies," backdropped by a massive wall of girl power BODYING the music video's iconic Sasha Fierce dance. After all the high-octane performing, Our Lady Bey slows things down for her finale with a rousing and powerful performance of "Halo," giving us just enough of a moment before she leaves the Superdome stage to appreciate her gold-on-gold manicure — quite possibly the same one she was rocking earlier this week! What do you think of Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime show outfit? Let us know in the comments below!

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