Super Bowl Halftime Show 2013: Twitter Reacts to Beyonce's Performance
The Super Bowl halftime show has hit some rough patches in recent years, but this year’s performance couldn’t miss with Beyoncé as the headliner.
With catchy beats, excellent lyrics and incredible pipes, it's difficult to find many people who do not enjoy the diva's music. Throw in an incredible set and great costumes, and this show certainly did not disappoint.
All the hits were in the lineup. Beyoncé delivered fantastic renditions of "Halo," "Love on Top" and "Single Ladies," and few fans were left waiting for their favorite tune.
The first half of the actual game was not all that competitive or entertaining, which put the pressure on Beyoncé to deliver. She knocked it out of the park, and here are some of the top tweets reacting to her performance.
NBC star Mindy Kaling let her love for Beyoncé be known, and it's not hard to tell what part of the Super Bowl broadcast she was most looking forward to:
My heart has stopped #Beyonce— Mindy Kaling (@mindykaling) February 4, 2013
The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt provided a picture of the visual spectacle that is the Super Bowl halftime show:
And now it's time for Beyonce twitter.com/jwyattsports/s…— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) February 4, 2013
The show certainly gave Faux John Madden an opportunity to crack a joke, and he did not disappoint:
Bleacher Report also posted a picture, but opted for a close-up instead of an aerial view:
Fans were treated to a Destiny's Child reunion, and Yahoo! TV provided a picture of the occasion.
BuzzFeed appreciates when a performer shows some confidence, and Beyoncé certainly had plenty of swagger on stage. Hopefully the 49ers took note:
This is the face Beyonce makes when she knows she's KILLING IT twitter.com/BuzzFeed/statu…— BuzzFeed (@BuzzFeed) February 4, 2013
Bleacher report provide a couple GIFs from the CBS broadcast in addition to an epic shot of show's lighting:
The half timeshow....Wow ... Very athletic !!!— Les Miles (@LSUCoachMiles) February 4, 2013
Finally, ESPN's Andrew Brandt had a nice family moment during the show:
Watching my sons watch Beyonce.Priceless..— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) February 4, 2013
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