Starting to look like the SuperBowl 50 halftime stage will be stacked with music’s best.
According to Variety, Beyonce will join Coldplay for halftime concert for the Super Bowl in February. She and Coldplay collaborated on the song “Hymn for the Weekend,” which appears on Coldplay’s latest album, “A Head Full of Dreams.”
Last year, Katy Perry’s performance was bolstered by cameos by Missy Elliott and Lenny Kravitz (not to mention the Internet-beloved “Left Shark”).
Pepsi, which produces the halftime spectacle, has yet to confirm or deny.
NFL rep Brian McCarthy said via email, “We have said there will be multiple artists in the show. We have announced Coldplay so far. We are not commenting on any of the stars that have been linked to the Pepsi halftime show including Rihanna, Maroon 5, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, Bruno, GnR, Adele, or Justin Timberlake.”
CBS declined to comment.
Super Bowl 50 will happen at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, Feb. 7, airing live on CBS.