The 34 years old singer who is also good friends with the
Frontman of Coldplay, Beyonce is going to collaborate with the band
on the song Hymn for the weekend. Hymn is one of the songs from
Coldplay's latest album 'A Head Full Of Dreams'.
Beyonce had previously appeared on Superbowl 2013. She lit the
crowd up through her dazzling and highly energetic performance. She
was briefly joined by her former Destiny's Child bandmates Kelly
Rowland and Michelle Williams.
Bruno Mars who performed in the Superbowl Halftime 2014 is also
rumoured to be a part of 2016's Halftime. The singer was shortly
joined by the band Red Chilli Peppers. The other singer who dazzled
on the stage in 2014 Halftime was the Roar singer Katy Perry.
Around 118 Million viewers tuned in to watch Katy Perry perform
and it became the highest viewed performance in the history of
Halftime Shows. Singers and musicians like Madonna, Black Eyed Peas
and Missy Elliot have also been a part of the performances.
The 50th Superbowl will be taking place at the Levi's stadium in
Santa Clara, California on Sunday, February 7. It airs live on