By Dawnielle Floyd |Staff Writer|
Superbowl 50 fell nothing short of amazing, from the opening ceremony to the final touchdown.
Lady Gaga dressed in a red custom two-piece Gucci suit and all America style heels, while performing an epic version of the national anthem, at Levi Stadium in San Francisco.
However the halftime show, which paid homage to past performers, took the cake with performances by Beyoncé, Coldplay, and special guest Bruno Mars.
The show was full of inspiration and bright vibrant colors from the crowd down on the field, to the fans chanting lyrics back at the artists.
Coldplay took the stage first performing their hit single “Viva La Vida,” followed by Beyoncé, who took the stage to perform her new hit single “Formation.”
Queen B and Bruno Mars battled it out to his hit song “Uptown Funk,” ending with Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplay, to the end of the stage.
Coldplay and Beyoncé sent out inspirational messages during both of their performances in regards to the LGBT community and the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Chris Martin remind the world that we are all in this together, “Whoever you are, where ever you are, we’re all in this together.”
As Chris Martin took the stage the floor, which doubled as a video screen swirled with bright colors while the stadium stands filled with bright colors, the fans surrounded him on the field.
The energy in the crowd got even higher when Martin introduced Mars.
As Martin performed Coldplay’s hit song “Get It Together,” Beyoncé and Mars joined him on stage as screen flashed back to past historically performances like Whitney Houston, and Micheal Jackson just to name a few.
Just one day before her performance on Sunday, Beyoncé shocked the world with the release of her new song and video of “Formation.”
The music video promotes Black Lives Matter, with clips of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, as well as a young black boy dancing in front of police before raising his hands.
Beyoncé’s background dancers showed their support backstage by holding their fists up and holding a sign that said, “Justice for Mario Woods,” who was recently gunned down by police in San Francisco back in December
The dancers also paid homage to the Black Panthers for the work and service they provided for their community, while Beyoncé showed homage to the late King of Pop, Micheal Jackson, by wearing a leather jacket with a gold “X” similar to one he wore in his past performances.
Beyoncé and her dancers showed their respect by dressing and wearing the signature black berets, and leather bodysuits.
During her performance she also took a stumble that almost lead her on all fours, but being her, she quickly resumes her performance
The performance concluded with all three artists joining together on the stage to perform Coldplay’s single “Up & Up.”
Super Bowl 50 will go down in history for this years halftime, with amazing performances and a push for unity.