As if the Super Bowl 50 halftime show couldn’t get any bigger with the likes of Coldplay and Beyoncé, it certainly seems to be out of this world as of today. Specifically towards Mars. Bruno Mars.
Friday, the talented singer, who has put out hits such as “Uptown Funk,”Runaway Baby,” and “Grenade,” confirmed on his Twitter and Instagram that he would be joining Super Bowl 50 to make the halftime show the biggest in its history. Mars made the confirmation in style (as he does with everything else) as he shared via social media, “It ain’t a party if Mr $how Up & $how out doesn’t show up. #Confirmed #SB50 #Halftime #Coldplay #Beyonce #TheBrunz #Shwaaaggg.”
Mars is no stranger to performing at the Superbowl, having performed at the spectacle in 2014. He shared the stage with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, showing that he’s more than accepting of collaborations. Is that saying he’ll perform with Beyoncé and Coldplay? Not necessarily, but collaborating or solo, Mars will more than likely tear the house down again.
It was already confirmed that Lady Gaga would be singing the national anthem, but could there be more surprises in store for the 50th installment of the Super Bowl? Rumors have circulated that artists from Avicii to Jay-Z could be making appearances, therefore, it’ll be something to anticipate.
Not surprisingly, there will be a football game before and after Coldplay, Beyoncé, and Bruno Mars hit the stage. The Carolina Panthers will be taking on the Denver Broncos and OutLoud! Culture will be covering all of it, from the game to the performances and even commercials!
Super Bowl 50 will be live from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on February 7 at 6:30 PM ET. Check your local cable provider to see which channel you’ll get it on.
In the meantime, get yourself excited for the halftime show by watching Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers perform at Super Bowl 48.