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In what was probably the worst-kept surprise of the Super Bowl, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams took their rightful places at Beyonce's sides and gave a performance so electrifying it was probably responsible for that post-Halftime power outage. Wearing some of the best outfits of their career (and we've seen them make some interesting fashion choices), God's Personal Choir began with "Bootylicious," gave a shoutout to Charlie's Angels, and ended with the most perfect performance of "Single Ladies," made so by the only acceptable members of a Beyonce-fronted trio.

Even though Kelly and Michelle's mics sounded a bit low in the mix and a probability of more new music coming from them outside of "Nuclear" is unlikely, seeing the three final members DC one more time felt like the most satisfying moment of an already exhilarating performance.

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