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Beyoncé to face media over lip-syncing

2013-01-31 16:33
 
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New Orleans - Beyoncé is expected to face the media as she previews her halftime performance at the Super Bowl football championship on Thursday, but the focus will likely be on her performance at President Barack Obama's inauguration earlier this month.

The superstar hasn't spoken publicly since it was alleged that she lip-synched her rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner at the inaugural ceremony.

Since she hasn't addressed the controversy, it's expected the topic of her allegedly lip-synching the national anthem, will be the main focus of her press conference.

The Super Bowl halftime performer usually talks about the halftime show during the media conference, and on occasion, some acts have been performed for the media.

Beyoncé has also revealed that she is suffering from "jitters" before her performance at the halftime show, and according to reports, the superstar has been in extensive dress rehearsals before the performance to make up for her blunder at the inaugural ceremony.

- AP

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