Report: Beyonce Set To Join Coldplay At Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show


Queen Bey is set to take over the Super Bowl halftime show. Again. Kind of.

Beyonce reportedly will join Coldplay during the halftime show of February’s Super Bowl 50, according to Entertainment Tonight, citing sources.

Beyonce previously rocked the stage during halftime of Super Bowl XLVII. She also appears on Coldplay’s most recent album, on the track “Hymn for the Weekend.”

Beyonce and Bruno Mars both were rumored to be involved in this year’s halftime show by the Wall Street Journal when the Coldplay announcement was made last month. Coldplay reportedly beat out Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift for the rights to rock the stage, though with the NFL seemingly pulling out all the stops for Super Bowl 50, we wouldn’t be overly shocked if everyone (or at least a lot of awesome famous musicians) showed up.

Beyonce also is married to rapper Jay-Z, and the two reportedly have been working on a duet album in recent months, so who knows what this halftime show is going to look like. We’re presuming it’s going to be one for the ages, though, so let the rumors fly.

Thumbnail photo via Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports Images

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