With every stage Beyoncé has graced, she's gone all-out to put on an unforgettable performance. We can thank the singer's discipline for her knack for stage-slaying. It's been high since she was a shorty.
Based off photos and behind-the-scene footage that's surfaced on the 'net within the past week, it looks like Bey' is about to put on yet another monumental performance during Sunday's 2013 Super Bowl XLVII halftime show. In the 90-second teaser below, Bey' is seen rehearsing with a crew of dancers behind her.
Bey's Instagram photos fuel our imagination to run wild as to what she will pack into the 12-minute performance. We'll keep our fingers and toes crossed that not only does the rumored Destiny's Child reunion happen, but that she indeed closes her set with the debut of a new song.
In anticipation for her Super Bowl halftime show -- or what is being called as "The Beyoncé Bowl" amongst the Bey Hive, here are the five biggest and baddest TV performances throughout Beyoncé's solo career.
"Ring the Alarm" at 2006 MTV Video Music Awards
Donning a trench coat over a sexy black two piece, Queen Bey' and her nine backup dancers kill a live performance of "Ring the Alarm" at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards.
"If I Were A Boy" at 2010 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards
With her talented all female band behind her, Bey' puts on for the independent women with girl power anthem "If I Were A Boy" and Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. She brings up a handful of stand-in police officers, inspired by the song's video, to liven the performance. Don't wink or you'll miss her proud hubby smile from ear to ear after Bey' takes a bow.
"Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" at 2009 MTV Video Music Awards
There aren't many female singers that can make the men in the house cheer along to an anthem to the "Single Ladies." But then again, this is Sasha Fierce we're talking about. At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Bey'-- as her alter ego -- had the entire stadium, including Katy Perry, on their feet and clapping along with her and her countless gleaming leotard-and-heels-clad dancers.
"Love on Top" at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards
Beyonce's "Love on Top" performance at the 2011 MTV VMAs was one of the most memorable TV moments of her career. At the end of her one-song set, Bey' opened up her hot pink sequined Dolce&Gabbana tux to rub her pregnant belly. Aside from the tummy rub seen 'round the world, also classic was Jay-Z's proud papa-to-be smile as uncle 'Ye embraces him.
"Run the World (Girls)" at 2011 Billboard Music Awards
Beyoncé showcased the strength of her reign best at the 2011 Billboard Music Awards. In a barely-there silver number, she performed her "4" lead single, "Run the World (Girls)," for the first time ever. After virtual duplicates of herself imitated her moves from behind, an impressive army of 100 dancers emerged to collectively dance to her most recent girl-power anthem.