Beyoncé has signed on to perform at next year’s Super Bowl XLVII halftime show.

Sources close to the situation revealed to The AP that Beyoncé is the most likely pick for the infamous halftime show, which would mark the pop star’s first Super Bowl appearance since 2004 when she sung the national anthem.

If the rumors hold out, it will be the first Super Bowl halftime performance from the Grammy winner, following up last year’s show headlined by Madonna.

Featured alongside Madonna were Cee-Lo Green, LMFAO, MIA, and Nicki Minaj.

The last halftime show registered a higher number of domestic viewers than the game itself, according to Nielsen, with over 114 million viewers compared to 111 million-plus viewers for the game.

Considering her style of music, it isn’t likely that Beyoncé will be performing strictly solo during the ceremony, which will take place in New Orleans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on February 3, 2013.

Plenty have speculated that her husband Jay-Z would likely tag in for a performance, as well as a possible short-term reunion of her former girl group Destiny’s Child.

Check out part of Madonna’s 2012 Super Bowl performance below: