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Super Bowl 2013 Half-Time Show: Who's Playing? Beyonce with Destiny's Child!

The 2013 Super Bowl will feature the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Baltimore Ravens to crown this year's NFL champion, but lots of viewers really just wanna know who's playing the half-time show?

The big draw for all those non-traditional sports watchers will be the glitzy half-time show featuring Jay-Z wife and occasional lip-sync abuser Beyonce. The "Crazy In Love" singer will also use the event to publicly reunite with her former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

It should be an entertaining show. And with the announcement that Justin Timberlake -- one half of that 2004 Super Bowl "wardrobe malfunction" scandal with Janet Jackson -- will also be participating in the Super Bowl entertainment there's always going to be a risk of another malfunction. Officially he's performing at a pre-party the night before, but if he's in New Orleans... who knows what might happen? Though we're pretty certain he'll be wearing a suit amd tie for whatever it is.

So, for everyone thinking of having Super Bowl parties, here's the important information to know:

What day does this happen? Sunday, Feb. 3.

Where is it happening? Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

When's the game start? 6:30 p.m. ET, although pre-game analysis will run throughout the day on numerous stations.

Where can I watch the Super Bowl in Canada? The Super Bowl airs in Canada on CTV. Their coverage begins at 11 a.m. and you'll also be able to watch the game on the CTV website.

In the U.S. the game will air on CBS.

Of course, one of the biggest draws of the Super Bowl isn't the game, but the commercials during the broadcast.

CTV will be substituting some of those zany American ads we hear so much about with Canadian ones, so check in with Huffington Post TV on game day where we'll be posting some of the best ones.

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