Coldplay and Beyoncé might add a little "Uptown Funk" to their Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Although it's been rumored since the fall, Coldplay may have confirmed that Bruno Mars will once again take the stage during the halftime of America's biggest game.
Chris Martin, Coldplay's lead singer, was shown talking about Mars in a CBS behind-the-scenes clip. In the video, Martin is talking about Beyoncé's footprint, while searching for one left behind by Mars. You can see the clip in the Tweet below:
— Atlas Project (@ColdplayAtlas) January 31, 2016
On Jan. 7, Entertainment Tonight reported that Mars was expected to join Coldplay and Beyoncé, but it has yet to be confirmed. There are also reports that perhaps another musician could also accompany Coldplay, Beyoncé and Mars on stage.
Mars headlined the Pepsi Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 2, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The "Just The Way You Are" singer impressed the crowd with his singing, dancing and stint on the drums.
You can watch Mars' Super Bowl performance below:
While we don't know if Mars will definitely join the show, we do know that Coldplay and Beyoncé will be there. Coldplay recently released a music video for "Hymn for the Weekend," the second single off their new album "A Head Full Of Dreams." The music video featured what is likely to be a sneak peek of the halftime show, as Beyoncé was shown singing along with Martin.
Catch Coldplay, Beyoncé and possibly a few other guests at halftime when Super Bowl 50 airs Sunday, Feb. 7 on CBS at 6:30 EST. This year's game will feature a matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers.