February 5, 2013 1:33 PM EST
Beyonce Killed It at Super Bowl 2013! [SLIDESHOW]
She sang. She danced. She conquered. Beyonce Knowles killed it! The R&B singer has been receiving rave reviews for her spectacular performance at Super Bowl 2013.
The “Crazy in Love” singer has proven everybody wrong as she displayed a spectacular performance at the much-anticipated sports event of the year. Not only did she show her vocals to the millions of viewers tuned in to her 12-minute half-time show, but she has left thousands of fans who came to see her booty-kicking, hair flashing performances at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana.
And the first to give her the thumbs up were the members of her original group, the Destiny’s Child. LeToya Luckett, LaTavia Roberson and Kelly Rowland. Though the reunion was of no surprise at all as there have been rumors of the group performing together at the big show, it was still a great performance to see Beyonce with the group. The singer was described “fabulous” even with fellow celebrities at the show.
"Obviously, seeing Beyonce perform was the highlight for me," Roberson told Celebuzz on Monday, according to the LA Times. "I got a real surprise when both Kelly and Michelle both popped up on the stage like that."
Roberson also took to Twitter Monday and said: "Hats off to Bee's halftime show! She murdered it!!!!"
"I.N.C.R.E.D.I.B.L.E. #soproud," Luckett tweeted after the halftime show, adding, "The MOST entertaining Super Bowl I've ever seen in MY life from start to finish! #Handsdown"
Indeed, she had. Beyonce could not help but tell the whole world that how she felt following the performance. She called Sunday’s event, “proud day for African-American women,” noted LA Times.
One of the defining moments for the Destiny’s Child former members was their production number. Though the group had disintegrated in 2000, with Michelle Williams and Farrah Franklin replacing Roberson and Luckett, the former group members were generous with praises to Beyonce. The production number was “pivotal” to the group as it gave them great exposure at the highly-watched annual one-day TV pageantry.