In case you didn’t know it was the Super Bowl last night which was contested by the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers in front of 68,500 at the Levi’s stadium in San Fransisco.
Even though everyone across the globe was eager to see who would come out on top in one of sports biggest events, everyone couldn’t help but applaud the infamous half-time show, which was fronted by British band Coldplay who were supported by none other than Bruno Mars and Beyonce. The truly epic performance which showcased three of the world’s biggest artists saw an array of choreographed dance routines from the three superstars and professional dancers whilst they performed some of their biggest hits.
Although the show was marred by bad sound, the three music superstars managed to pull through and entertain the excited crowd and the viewing public across the globe. The show which was opened by none other than Lady Gaga singing the American national anthem, it soon turned into an amazing spectacle that got everyone involved and singing along. The show began with the British band playing a number of hits such as ‘Viva La Vida’ ‘Paradise’ and ‘Adventure Of A Life Time’, before Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson joined in to play their smash hit song ‘Uptown Funk’. They were then quickly followed by none other than one of the biggest divas on the planet Beyonce who played her smash hit song ‘Girls’.
The epic show ended with trio singing alternative version of Coldplay’s ‘Fix You’ which was played to the backdrop of a video showcasing all the stars who performed at the Super Bowl over the years. The remarkable performance has already received great praise from critics worldwide, with many applauding organisers for incorporating the vast group of people which included dancers, singers and orchestras who performed with the stars on the field.
Watch the amazing performance below: