Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show: the stakes at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show were really high. All eyes were going to be on Beyoncè. After waiting for two hours for the music to start, Coldplay played a addictive medley of their greatest hits with Gustavo Dudamel, conductor of L.A. Philharmonic and the Youth Orchestra L.A.. While their rainbow-color show was a feast for the eyes, things really picked up once Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars appeared to perform “Uptown Funk”, 2015 hit.
Mars and his team of dancers dazzled with their best Michael Jackson impression. He dressed in a black-leather leotard and gold harness by Dsquared2, and it what was an homage to the late King of Pop’s, that was wearing the same outfit during his 1993 Super Bowl performance. Beyoncè slayed while performing her new single and then proceeded to engage in a curious dance with Bruno Mars to “Crazy in Love”.
Beyond, Chris Martin and Mars payed tribute to famous halftime shows of the past before wrapping up the performance with “Fix You” and “Up&Up,” while the crowd behind spelled out Believe in Love. On Saturday, Beyoncé dropped a surprise video for her new song “Formation” and the Internet erupted and became crazy.