Super Bowl 50: Coldplay, Beyoncé & Bruno Mars Halftime Show [VIDEO]

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Coldplay rocked the Super Bowl 50 stage on Sunday, Feb 7. The British ensemble, lead by Chris Martin, kicked off the halftime show singing “Viva La Vida” while hundreds of fans ran on the field and bright colors and kaleidoscope designs took over Levi Stadium.

After Coldplay did their thing, Mark Ronson took over as DJ, busting the beats to “Uptown Funk” and out came Bruno Mars in all black, sporting an MC Hammer look. The most talked about moment came when Beyoncé debuted her newest single “Formation” with her per-usual out of this world choreography. There was an amazing dance-off between Bruno and Bey that made me think that they should go on tour together. The finale came perfectly together when all three artists were on stage to sing “Up & Up” and the crowd held up signs that spelled out “believe in love.”

Check out the set list below and the full performance.

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Music Monday: Bruno Mars – 2014 Halftime Performance

Killing it doesn’t even begin to describe what Bruno Mars did at the 48th Super Bowl Halftime Show.

While many were thinking it was never going to measure up to last year’s Beyoncé show, they were right. But, in all honesty Bruno Mars did a spectacular job and it was classic and beautiful. No raunchy, no twerking, just plain, good ‘ol fashion music with a little soul.

I mean did you see his sweet dance moves and snazzy gold blazer? His voice speaks volumes and his melodies transcend any booty shakin beat. This was an outstanding performance, suitable for anyone and everyone. The Red Hot Chili Peppers added a rock vibe but we know it was Bruni’s show and I must say I enjoyed every minute of it.

Re-watch or watch his performance for the first time and just sit back and relax.