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Inauguration Idol

When Barack Obama is inaugurated to the U.S. presidency on Tuesday, January 20, it will be Grammy-winning Beyonce Knowles who will sing the song to which the President and First Lady Michelle Obama will have their first dance.

Beyonce has revealed that she will be singing “At Last,” a song made famous by the singer Etta James.

Beyonce said she feels very honoured to be performing for President Obama and the First Lady, and that it is a “dream come true” for her.

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Is Beyonce a Better Singer or Actor?

  • Way better singer.
  • She can act much better than she sings.
  • She's not very good at either.
  • I think she's a great singer and actor.

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