Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars rocked the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on Sunday playing some of their biggest hits. The performance for Bruno Mars and Beyoncé was an encore for the two musicians after they sang seperately at previous Super Bowls. Following his well-received weekend performance, Mars revealed that in the future he could return for a third time to America's biggest game.

Mars posted a picture on Instagram to thank both Coldplay and Beyoncé. He showed gratitude towards Coldplay for inviting him to join their halftime performance, while also thanking Beyoncé for "continuing to bless the world with that fire/hot sauce." In another post, Mars joked that he'd see everyone again at Super Bowl 52, adding that he was kidding, but "you never know." You can see his full post below:


In past Super Bowls, artists have made repeat performances before, but rarely do you see someone appear for a third performance. However, if there was someone who could play the show a third time, the front-runners could be Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.

At Super Bowl 50, Coldplay played "Viva La Vida," "Paradise," and "Adventure of a Lifetime," before Mars crashed the party with "Uptown Funk." Beyoncé then joined in with her new song "Formation." All three artists came together towards the end of the show to sing Coldplay's "Fix You" and "Up & Up."

You can see a video of Bruno Mars' Super Bowl 50 halftime performance below:

Prior to Super Bowl 50, Mars headlined the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The "Uptown Funk" singer rolled through songs like "Just The Way You Are," and "Locked Out of Heaven." He also dazzled the audience with his skills on drums during his introduction. 

Super Bowl 52 will take place on Feb. 4, 2018 at U.S. Bank Stadium​ in MinnesotaDo you think Bruno Mars will appear at another Super Bowl halftime show in the future? Sound off in the comments section below.

Bruno Mars Halftime Show Bruno Mars, pictured performing at the Super Bowl 50 halftime show on Feb. 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California, teased that he would return for a performance at Super Bowl 52. Photo: Reuters