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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Beyonce Says She Wasn't Lip-Syncing; Media Says She Was

Beyonce appeared in a press conference in New Orleans at the Super Bowl today, and started the affair with a rendition of The National Anthem that was so 'in-your-face' to critics who claimed she was lip-syncing that it was as funny as it was just plain awesome.

But even though it seemed Beyonce set the record straight, many in the media audience obviously didn't listen.

Take Fox News and this headline: "Beyonce sings national anthem at press conference, admits she lip-synced at inauguration," written by Fox News and The Associated Press. It's wrong.

What Beyonce said was that she "sang along with a pre-recorded track." When a CBS media type asked for a clarification, she said that she did sing.

But, as I said in my video, she was not lip-syncing - I was there.

Stay tuned.

Baltimore Ravens v. San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl 47 Preview

The NFL media website has great information about the Super Bowl for NFL members like this blogger. One of them is this preview document that was posted in the website. You can’t see it, so here’s a Zennie62 exclusive for you to get ready for Sunday:


It all comes down to this.

On Sunday, February 3, the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers will meet in Super Bowl XLVII (6:00 PM ET, CBS) at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

The game will mark the first time in any of the four major professional sports (NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL) that brothers – Baltimore’s JOHN and San Francisco’s JIM HARBAUGH – will match up against one another as head coaches in a postseason game.

“I guess it’s pretty neat,” says John Harbaugh, who has eight postseason wins in his first five seasons, tied with TOM FLORES for the most since the 1970 merger. “It’s pretty cool. But it’s really about the team. It’s about the players. That’s what it’s about. More at Zennie62 here:Super Bowl XLVII Preview: Baltimore Ravens v. San Francisco 49ers

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