Coldplay was joined on stage during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show by past performers Bruno Mars and Beyonce.

Coldplay, Beyonce & Bruno Mars

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin kicked off the halftime show with the band’s 2000 breakout hit “Yellow” before quickly transitioning into the more upbeat “Viva La Vida.”

After belting out some lyrics from “Paradise” and “Adventure of a Lifetime,” it was time for DJ Mark Ronson to introduce Bruno Mars, who sang “Uptown Funk.” When Beyonce took to the stage, she performed her latest single “Formation” before she sang “Uptown Funk” with Mars and Martin.


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Coldplay then transitioned into “Fix You” before the trio of singers closed out the halftime show with Coldplay’s new song “Up and Up.”

Following the show, Coldplay thanked their collaborators on Instagram. “Bruno and Beyoncé and all your teams,” the band wrote. “Thank you. We love you so much. Love Coldplay.”

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Beyonce shared multiple snaps from the performance, including one in which she’s embracing Martin, whom she collaborated with on “Hymn For The Weekend.”

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