We're only a month into 2013, and Beyonce is already having one of the biggest years of her entire career. Following her performance of the national anthem at President Obama's inauguration in January, Bey took the stage at the Super Dome in New Orleans to perform at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show. 

As expected, the perfectionist in Beyonce was at full attention last night, as she pulled out all of the stops both sonically and visually for her halftime performance. She kicked things off with a solo set before her Destiny's Child sisters, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, jumped up from below stage in a move that reminded us of old-school MJ. There's no doubt that Beyonce and her ladies put on one of the most entertaining halftime performances in recent memory, but which part of the show was your absolute favorite?

Standing atop a platform on her self-likened, illuminated stage, Beyonce began belting 'Love on Top,' starting her show off with a little feel-good funkiness. Soon enough, she was dancing her booty off to tunes like 'Crazy in Love' and 'Baby Boy,' grooving along with her all-female band and backup dancers, and winding and grinding with multiple computer-generated versions of herself, thanks to some stunning special effects.

After eagerly awaiting for weeks, viewers finally got their Destiny's Child reunion when Kelly and Michelle emerged for a retro medley of 'Bootylicious' into 'Independent Women.' The girls also sang with Beyonce on her solo hit single 'Single Ladies,' making for an adorable moment between the longtime trio of friends. Beyonce finished it all off in the most epic way possible, absolutely killing it in front of the crowd and she sang 'Halo.'

Everything segued so well, and each song was great in its own way, but which part of Beyonce's halftime performance was your favorite? Re-watch the performance and cast your vote below!

Watch Beyonce + Destiny's Child Perform at Super Bowl XLVII

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