Apparently, the National Football League feels like it's been locked out of heaven for too long. For the upcoming Super Bowl 50, the NFL reportedly wants to bring back Bruno Mars, who lit up halftime at Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, 2014, with a very memorable performance.

According to Entertainment Weekly, prior to last year's Katy Perry performance, Mars' performance in 2014 was the most-watched halftime show ever. Mars impressed fans in attendance and viewers at home with a powerful, high energy set.

The singer's talents were on full display during the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show as he came out drumming away on a moving drum set before going right into his 2012 single "Locked Out Of Heaven." Dressed in a gold jacket, with a white shirt and black tie, Mars then played "Treasure," before performing his 2010 hit "Runaway Baby."

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame members the Red Hot Chili Peppers also had a guest appearance as they performed "Give It Away," along with Mars. The "Uptown Funk" singer wrapped up the set with "Just The Way You Are," a tribute to United States Armed Forces.

You can watch Mars' full 2014 halftime show performance below:

Mars, 29, last made headlines in August after winning Best Male Video, along with Mark Ronson for their smash hit "Uptown Funk," at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. Super Bowl 50 will take place in Santa Clara, California, on Feb. 7, 2016. It is unknown if Mars has accepted the NFL's rumored offer to perform.