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With Beyonce's Super Bowl appearance just days away, songs from the superstar's potential set list were revealed on Thursday.According to Us Weekly, Beyonce will open the half time show with "Crazy in Love," her solo debut single. Halfway through the performance, she'll reportedly be joined by the rest of Destiny's Child, who'll play a reunion medley including "Bills, Bills, Bills," "Survivor" and "Nuclear," the new track from the group's Jan. 29-due "Love Songs" compilation.Fans should be pleased to hear "Crazy in Love" -- in a Billboard poll, it was the most-wanted song for her halftime set. In descending order, readers also voted for "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)," "Run the World (Girls)," "Love on Top" and "Halo."The Super Bowl airs Feb. 3 on CBS.
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.
"J-Lo is currently focused on her acting career, with her new movie Parker heading into theaters, but she hasn't forgotten about her music. She tells People that she just wrote a song about the fact that her kids have been asking her questions about her breakup with their dad, Marc Anthony. "It's brutal," she tells the magazine, describing how difficult it is to answer those questions. The song is called "We Loved," and Jennifer tells People that she cried after recording it.
"They'll say 'Didn't Daddy used to live here? When is he coming back to sleep here?'" Jennifer reveals. "And I say, 'Yes, he did, but he has his own home now.' I try to make it okay for them because...I don't want to damage them in any way."
"J-LO está firmemente centrada en su carrera cinematográfica, con su nueva película "Parker", de cara a los cines, pero no se ha olvidado de su música. Cuenta a "People" que solo ha escrito una canción sobre el hecho de que sus hijos le han estado preguntando acerca de su rotura con el que es su padre, Marc Anthony. "Es brutal", cuenta ella a la revista, describiendo cuán difícil es para responder a dichas preguntas. La canción se llama "We Loved" y Jennifer cuenta a "People" que lloró tras grabarla.
Ellos dirán '¿no vivía papi aquí '¿Cuándo volverá a dormir aquí?' Revela Jennifer. Y yo digo, 'sí, lo hacía, pero ahora tiene su propia casa'. Intento dejarlo bien para ellos porque...No quiero hacerles daño de ninguna manera."