MTV VMAs 2014: Beyonce to perform entire self-titled album live in just 15 minutes
The singer, 32, is set to perform shortly before she accepts the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
And if it is the genuine article, we could be set to see the singer perform her entire self-titled 2013 album, Beyonce, in just 15 minutes.
The set list, posted via Just Jared and picked up by US entertainment sources soon afterwards, was as follows:
2. “Haunted/”Pretty Hurts“ Transition
4. “No Angel”
7. “Drunk In Love”
The singer, 32, is set to perform shortly before she accepts the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award – one of the MTV VMAs most coveted accolades.
Past winners of the honour include Michael Jackson himself, Justin Timberlake, Madonna and Britney Spears.
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