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Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Coldplay Nailed the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show

During the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars played new and classic tunes, proving that halftime shows don’t absolutely need Left Shark to be insanely entertaining. Beginning with hits, “Yellow,” “Viva La Vida,” and “Paradise,” Coldplay played their new single “Adventure of a Lifetime” before special guests/main attractions Bruno Mars and Beyonce stole the spotlight.

First we were treated to Bruno Mars performing an immaculately choreographed version of his ubiquitous single with Mark Ronson, “Uptown Funk.” But then the heavens parted and Queen Beyonce appeared at one of the end zones to perform her brand new single, “Formation.” As if this wasn’t already an overload of high production performances, Queen Bey and Bruno then engaged in a killer dance off that featured the two veteran performers struttin’ their stuff for all 100 million viewers tuning in.

After this lil’ dance off, Coldplay played “Fix You” as visuals of previous Super Bowl Halftime Shows flashed on screen. It was a tender moment that paid tribute to the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Paul McCartney, Katy Perry, and many more.

Stay tuned for more Super Bowl 50 (#SB50) updates as we continue watch the game here on Nerdist.com. Let us know your thoughts both on the halftime show and the commercials/trailers they’ve been showing. And the game, too, if you wait. Sure, why not?

Matt Grosinger is the music editor of the Nerdist and hopes that he will be able to see Beyonce live on her new tour. All hail Queen Bey.

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