The American broadcaster and host of 'The View' was hospitalised earlier this month after falling and cutting her head at a pre-inauguration party for United States President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C. and later contracted chicken pox during her recuperation in hospital, but she has now been cleared to go home.
Beyonce has been rehearsing for the Super Bowl for three months.
The 'Diva' singer - who was criticised last week for miming the American national anthem at President Barack Obama's inauguration - has reportedly been preparing to perform live at the high profile sporting event in New Orleans on Sunday (03.02.13) since the end of October.
The 'Let Me Love You' hitmaker and songwriter - who is currently working with the R&B superstar on her hotly-anticipated fifth studio album - admits that despite being a long-time collaborator, he is still in awe of the 31-year-old beauty.
Beyonce Knowles is said to be bitterly disappointed by reaction to her performance of the American national anthem at Barack Obama's inauguration on Monday (21.01.13).
The 'Halo' hitmaker - who allegedly mimed 'The Star Spangled Banner' in Washington DC immediately following the president's swearing-in and speech because she only had one night to rehearse with the US Marine Corp Band before the performance - reportedly feels she did nothing wrong and the controversy has tarnished what was supposed to be a momentous occasion.
Aretha Franklin has defended Beyonce amid reports she lip-synced the American national anthem at Barack Obama's inauguration on Monday (21.01.13).
The soul singer has voiced her support for the 31-year-old star and said she is ''not surprised she pre-recorded'' her version of 'The Star Spangled Banner' in Washington DC immediately following the president's swearing-in and speech, because it was too cold at the event to sing live.
Katy Perry claims President Barack Obama's inaugural ball was the best party she's ever been to.
The 'Firework' singer and her boyfriend John Mayer were among a number of stars - including Kerry Washington, Alicia Keys and her husband Swizz Beatz, Eva Longoria and Ashley Judd - to welcome in the US leader's second term in office at the White House in Washington D.C. on Monday (21.01.13) and she was hugely impressed with the lavish celebration.