With Beyonce's big Super Bowl halftime show blowing minds across the world, The Dish asked Kenya Moore -- who says she often gets mistaken for Beyonce -- what she thought of Bey's incredible performance. Check out what Kenya thought of it:
Who won the super bowl? Who cares? It's quite possible that the biggest draw of the night was not the Ravens or the 49ers but the half time show featuring my twin ... otherwise known as Beyoncé! Despite the Presidential inauguration debacle, Bey put her critics to rest be singing the National Anthem accapella during the Super Bowl press conference. Afterwards she asked, “Any questions?” My thoughts exactly.
I usually love to see hot men in tight stretch pants, but tonight belongs to the hottest woman on the planet. She stunned us early on in an all black leather and lace leotard giving her adoring fans an early strip tease, dramatically ripping off the extra layers of fabric one by one until her signature bootylicousness curves brought the crowd to their feet. She wooed us with "Crazy in Love" as we all anticipated a special appearance by her famous hubby Jay-Z. No such luck. This night belonged to the queen.
Production-wise I loved her opening silhouette lighting display and overhead cameras featuring Mrs. Carter frolicking around on the floor striking pose after pose with her sexy dancers. I lived for the holograms that were everything! Who doesn’t want to see multiple images of Beyoncé with her signature blonde locks blowing effortless by her customary wind machine, the classic gyrating of her juicy hips, and dynamic eyes looking far off into space giving all the privileged cameramen heart attacks.
Kelly and Michelle couldn’t quite reach Beyoncé's level when they skyrocketed out of the ground with "Independent Women." We all expected the Destiny Child’s reunion and it was fun to see them together again. However, no one can pull focus from the Star. While Kelly looked incredible in her leather bodysuit with all her chocolaty goodness and sex appeal, Michelle seemed a little stiff. I’m sure they were both happy to share the spotlight with one of the biggest stars in the world once again.
My only disappointment was that there was no duet or special appearance by her famous hubby Jay-Z, Prince, or some other unexpected and unlikely duet -- perhaps with Cher, Madonna or Tina Turner. I also would have loved to see her make a dramatic costume change maybe for Halo. A queen loves a costume change or two.
Yes, Mrs. Carter and Mother to Blue Ivy didn’t miss a beat after the birth of her beautiful new baby girl. Some inquiring minds want to know if she was she singing live. I personally could not care less. The woman can do no wrong. We all know she can “sang” and most of the world has seen her live in concert including myself. Conclusion ... we heart Beyoncé because she is fabulous, honey. Beyoncé will forever be "Gone With The Wind Fabulous!"
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