Kelly, can you handle this? Michelle, can you handle this? Beyoncé, can you handle this?!
While the majority of America seemed more than happy with the Destiny’s Child reunion at the Super Bowl halftime show, it sounds like it almost went WAY differently!
Although we LOVED how the ladies sang Bootylicious and Independent Women Part I, along with Bey’s Single Ladies, we wished they included MORE of the girl group’s hits!
Where was Say My Name? What about Survivor? Or even their drumline-assisted Lose My Breath?
Well, it seems like the entire show was switched up last minute, with Queen Bey deciding to get rid of Bills, Bills, Bills — one of their biggest hits — to go with Bootylicious instead!
An insider revealed:
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Holy shiz, Perezcious readers!!!
Just one day after the announcement of their upcoming compilation album, Destiny’s Child has released their first original song in EIGHT years!!!
The track was cowritten by DC-3’s Michelle Williams and produced by Pharrell, as well as vocally produced by Beyonce!
Check out the song, Nuclear, (above)!!
LOVES it! Those harmonies… we missed them so much!
Nuclear can be found on the Love Songs album due out on January 29th and we'll be able to see them perform it at the Super Bowl on February 3rd!
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SO many exciting music announcements today!!!
Not only is Justin Timberlake coming out with some new tracks, but as we previously mentioned, Destiny’s Child will be releasing a new album!
The compilation album, Love Songs, will contain 13 songs from the hugely successful girl group, which were recorded between 1997 and 2004!
All of the songs can be found on their previous albums, except one — their FIRST newly recorded track since 2004!!!
The song, Nuclear, was produced by Pharrell, cowritten by Michelle Williams and produced by Beyoncé!
Sounds like the Super Bowl would be the perfect time for the ladiez to step out together and perform it!!! We can only hope!
While the new DC-3 album might not be ALL that we were wishing for, it’s still better than nothing!
The compilation is due out on January 29th and you can see which love songs made the cut… AFTER THE JUMP!!!
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What the what?!
A man in Sweden decide to pick up a hobby. Nope, it wasn't cooking, but he did use a stove.
If you guessed that he was trying to split atoms and ended up with a "mini nuclear metldown," then you're correct and the government probably wants to talk to you.
We're glad nobody got hurt — but he was using radioactive material in his home!
Whatever happened to collecting stamps?
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For some elderly survivors of Japan's March earthquake and tsunami, comfort comes in the form of a small white robotic seal named Paro.
Fears of post tsunami radiation contamination from the nearby nuclear plant officials to evacuate the retirement home for two months until Mid-may.
A week after they returned, the robotics division of Japanese company Daiwa House offered to lend Suisyoen two of its seal robots coated with anti-bacterial fur, now nicknamed Love and Peace for two years.
While some retirement homes have used animals to help with therapy for residents, Suisyoen's General Manager Taku Katoono said that using this sort of therapeutic robot lowered many of the barriers that would normally be in the way of using live animals.
Yeah, we don't get it either.
[image via japantrendshop.com]
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And we thought sharks were dangerous!
An invasion of jellyfish into a cooling water pool at a Scottish nuclear power plant kept its nuclear reactors offline on Wednesday, a phenomenon which may grow more common in future, scientists said.
Apparently nuclear power plants draw water from nearby seas or rivers to cool down their reactors, but if the filters which keep out marine animals and seaweed are clogged, the station shuts down to maintain temperature and safety standards.
We're not experts on nuclear science or anyshiz — but we're pretty sure this could cause some lagit radiation and/or explosions.
But, we hear everything's fine and they are currently working to clear the jellyfish from the waters near the power station.
Plan foiled for now, jellyfish!
[Image via Phototex/WENN.]
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This poor little bunny-rabbit born without ears and is causing locals to worry.
Fukushima is one of the nuclear power plants damaged by the powerful earthquake and the subsequent tsunami on March 11.
Authorities evacuated all residents within 20 km as the reactors went into meltdown. The exclusion zone was later extended to 30 km.
The mutant rabbit was born in a village just outside the perimeter.
Radiation has not been officially declared as the cause of the mutation.
Our hearts go out to the people of Japan. We sincerely hope this is an isolated incident.
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