Beyoncé Stole Coldplay's Halftime Show

Coldplay was supposed to be the main act, but Beyoncé's performance and world tour announcement stole the show.
Beyoncé Stole Coldplay's Halftime Show

Beyoncé went from halftime co-star to stealing the entire halftime show. 

Coldplay started with "Viva la Vida" and played a few songs before Bruno Mars made an entrance with "Uptown Funk." 

Then, Beyoncé came in with "Formation," the single she dropped just a day before her halftime performance. 

We expected Beyoncé to then join in for Coldplay's "Hymn for the Weekend," a song from Coldplay's "A Head Full of Dreams" album that debuted in December. Beyonce is featured in the song. 

But that never happened. Instead, the performance ended with the camera zooming out to the message "Believe in love." 

Then, right after the conclusion, a quick ad popped up announcing Beyoncé's "Formation" world tour. 

And, let's just say Twitter went wild. 

It left many asking, "Coldplay who?" Yes, Beyoncé did it once again. 

This video includes images from Getty Images.

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