Manhattan, NY — R&B singer and occasional actress Beyoncé Knowles has commissioned the creation of "the weave to end all weaves" for her halftime performance at Super Bowl XLVII.
The "Single Ladies" chanteuse made the announcement following the confirmation on Tuesday of her landing the coveted gig at the most watched televised sports event in the United States.
"I just want to make sure that I give my best for this show, and y'all know that means I better have a wicked weave," said Knowles to an elated group of fans gathered outside the First Avenue Walgreens Drugstore where the singer had stopped to get some diapers and Dermalogica Active Moist.
The singer did not divulge who will be designing and producing her Super Bowl weave, but it is widely rumored that up-and-coming weave-maker Brodie Goddard, who has transformed New Jersey "tanning mom" Patricia Krentcil into a stunning vision of sun-kissed elegance at a recent New York drag show, is at the helm.
"I can't tell you much at this point, obviously," said Knowles. "Just chill and rest assured that y'all are gonna have a great time."
Speculations regarding the set list have already flooded the Internet, but fans and music pundits are expecting Knowles to debut brand new music – her first since 2011's lackluster 4 and becoming a mother to daughter Blue Ivy in January 2012.
Knowles is the second female in a row to headline the Super Bowl halftime show. Earlier this year, the Queen of Pop, Madonna, put on a spectacular show which attracted a record-setting 114 million viewers.