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Beyonce 'breaks silence over lip-syncing controversy'

Beyonce appears to have broken her silence over the 'lip-synching' controversy by posting a photograph of herself online wearing a jumper with the slogan: 'Can I Live?'.

The singer is thought to have 'lip-synched' the national anthem during a performance at President Obama's inauguration due to a lack of rehearsal time with the band. But up until now, she had remained tight-lipped about the incident.

Beyonce has posted a photograph of herself online wearing a jumper with the slogan 'Can I Live?' Credit: Instagram/Beyonce

The inauguration performance has prompted speculation about Beyonce's planned appearance at the Superbowl's half time show on February 3.

The top is also thought to be in reference to her husband Jay-Z's song titled 'Can I Live'.


Beyonce reveals Destiny's Child to release new album

Beyonce has announced she is reuniting with her Destiny's Child band mates for a new album - their first in eight years.

The songstress wrote on her official website, "I am so proud to announce the first original Destiny's Child music in eight years!"

Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland and Beyonce Knowles pictured in 2005 Credit: Anthony Harvey/PA Archive/Press Association Images

The album, titled Love Songs, is due for release on 29 January.

The black-and-white album cover pictured on her website shows a sultry-looking Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

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