Kelly Rowland, Beyonce and Michelle Williams pose during the 2011 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena May 22, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

A source close to superstar Beyoncé confirmed to Us Weekly that the rumored Destiny’s Child reunion at this year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show is happening.

The unnamed source said the hip-hop diva will perform a few songs solo, but midway through the performance ex-band-mates, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams will join her on stage to sing a combination of old songs (including “Survivor” and “Bills, Bills, Bills”) and their new single, “Nuclear.”

In light of the recent inauguration lip-syncing allegations, Beyoncé reportedly can’t wait to “knock them dead.”

After performing the National Anthem on Monday at President Barack Obama‘s second-term inauguration, claims that Beyoncé used a pre-recorded track instead of singing live sparked a media firestorm.

The lip-syncing claims originated from the Marine Corps Band, who accompanied the singer’s performance, but the band directors later distanced themselves from the comments.

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The 31-year-old singer has not commented on the inauguration performance, but looks forward to next week’s performance.

“She can’t wait to get on the Super Bowl stage and show everyone,” a source told Us Weekly.

New Orleans will host several big name performers Super Bowl weekend.

Alicia Keys will be joining Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on February 3rd.  Keys is scheduled to sing the National Anthem.

Justin Timberlake will also be in attendance. The singer/actor will be performing for the first time in four years when he sings during the “DIRECTV Super Saturday Night” concert on February 2nd.

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