The Word: Beyonce’s set list for the Super Bowl

Bootylicious? Definitely.

Poor Beyonce — can she keep anything under wraps? First her cover was blown about lip-syncing at the presidential inauguration by a member of the Marine Corp Band (loose lips sink ships — and egos) and now someone has leaked her possible set list for her Super Bowl XLVII half time show.

According to Us Weekly, the set will start out with just Beyonce singing her solo hit, “Crazy in Love” and then she’ll be joined on stage with her Destiny’s Child mates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams for “Bills, Bills, Bills” and “Survivor”; they’ll then wrap up the performance with their new single, “Nuclear.”

The only way this reunion will be complete is if Tina Knowles comes back on board with her match-matchy, cheapo costumes she used to design for the girls. Make it happen, universe!

Liberty Ross files for divorce
Rupert Sanders, the infamous “Snow White and the Hunstman”?direcor, is now free to boink whatever young actress he wants (not that this stopped him before): His wife Liberty Ross has officially filed for divorce after Sanders’ highly publicized affair with his “Huntsman”star, Kristen Stewart.

“This was a long time coming,” one source says to Us Weekly, explaining that Sanders “did want to try to repair the relationship and didn’t want a divorce.”?But according to another source, Ross found the betrayal impossible to get past. “They gave it a shot for the kids, [but] she was just so angry,” the source says. “She’s the kind of person who wouldn’t really ever get over it.”?The couple has two children, daughter Skyla, 7, and son Tennyson, 5, who probably aren’t the biggest “Twilight” fans at the moment.



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