The outcome of Sunday's Super Bowl has yet to be determined, but what's certain is that fans are in for a treat as Beyoncé is set to rock the stage in New Orleans,
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Each spectator entering the Super Bowl was given two small blue "finger flashlights" waiting at their seats, which they've been instructed will be part of the Pepsi Max Super Bowl Halftime Show.
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Along with the lights came instructions for fans to not use the lights until the show and further instructions will be on the big screen just prior to the performance.
Earlier this month it was rumored that Destiny's Child mates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland would join Beyoncé during a medley of the group's hits, including "Survivor" and "Bills, Bills, Bills" as well as their new single, "Nuclear."
Williams dismissed rumors, saying that she had starring role in the Broadway production of "Fela!"
Other rumors suggested that her husband Jay-Z might be brought out to perform one of her popular hits "Déjà Vu" or "Welcome to Hollywood."
Regardless of what Beyoncé will be doing, she promises it will be without the assistance of a pre-recorded backing track like the one she used during President Barack Obama's inauguration.
"I will absolutely be singing live [on Sunday]. I am well-rehearsed and I will be singing live. This is what I was born to do," she said at Thursday's press conference. "Like I said, I've had a 16-year career and all of the things that I've done has prepared me for this. So I'm ready. I love haters. No shame, no hate."
Beyonce will join a list of other performers and legends like Prince, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, Diana Ross, Tony Bennett and Michael Jackson.