The Queen Bey is heading to Super Bowl 50. Hip-hop, R&B, and pop performer Beyonce reportedly will join rock group Coldplay during the NFL championship’s Pepsi-sponsored halftime show on Sunday, Feb. 7, according to Entertainment Tonight.
Known for mega-hits like “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” “Crazy In Love,” and “Run The World (Girls),” the 34-year-old platinum-selling artist will make her second appearance at the Super Bowl following her work in 2013 as the show’s headliner in New Orleans, Louisiana.
That was also the same year a blackout delayed the game for more than a half-hour following Beyonce’s performance, and many speculated her elaborate, light-show laden performance sent the Super Bowl into darkness. However, that was later debunked.
British group Coldplay, led by frontman Chris Martin, are currently celebrating the release of their seventh studio album with one track, “Hymn for the Weekend,” featuring Beyonce and likely to be part of band’s set.
"Are you kidding me? It's the greatest moment of our band's life. We're going to give it everything we have," Martin said according to ET.
Overall the show will at least include performers and elements NFL fans have seen over two years. Including Beyonce’s work at Super XLVIII, this year’s show will again feature pop singer Bruno Mars, who headlined 2014’s program with the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The championship and the show are now less than a month away, and at least one more major performer is expected to join the festivities.
The game will take place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, with CBS broadcasting the full event.