Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will be back in action for Super Bowl XLVII

By Aaron Parsley
Updated January 11, 2013 03:00 PM
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Super Bowl XLVII is going to be “Jumpin’ Jumpin’!”

Following the announcement that Beyoncé and her Destiny’s Child bandmates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, are releasing a new song, the Los Angeles Times reports the three singers will reunite for B’s halftime performance.

It will be the first time the women have performed together since 2007. The song “Nuclear” will be on Destiny’s Child – Love Songs, a greatest hits compilation of their most romantic recordings, set for release on Jan. 29. It will be their first new material in eight years.

The Pepsi Super Bowl halftime performance on Feb. 3 will be part of a busy time for the Beyoncé, who showed off her sexy curves in a football-themed photo shoot for GQ this week. She’ll also perform the National Anthem at President Barack Obama’s inauguration on Jan. 21, and is the focus of a revealing HBO documentary premiering Feb. 16.

In the interview with GQ, Beyoncé revealed details about an upcoming album, expected as early as April, for which she’s already recorded more than 50 songs.