The trio will band together to perform for the first time since 2005.
Beyoncé's 2013 comeback is quickly morphing into something like a full-scale Destiny's Child reunion. After yesterday's news that the iconic girl group has recorded a new song for an upcoming compilation album, Us Weekly now reports that Bey's sisters-in-arms, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, will be joining her at the Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show in February.
Destiny's Child has not performed together on stage since the group formally disbanded in 2005. According to reports, Rowland and Williams will join Beyoncé after an initial solo segment and launch into a medley of the group's hits. The DC portion of the show is said to culminate in the worldwide live debut of "Nuclear," the trio's first new song in over eight years.
And that won't be the only new music of the evening. According to Us, After Rowland and Williams leave the stage; Beyoncé will end the performance with a performance of her own new song from an upcoming solo album.
Love Songs, the Destiny's Child compilation album which includes "Nuclear," is scheduled for release January 22.
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