They’re with the band! Chris Martin and Beyoncé had their own very special cheering section at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7, in Santa Clara, California. The Coldplay singer’s ex-wife, Gwyneth Paltrow, watched the stars’ epic Halftime Show from a VIP box with Bey’s daughter, Blue Ivy, and her own kids, Apple and Moses.
The Mortdecai actress, 43 — who’s close friends with Beyonce — kept a close eye on the youngsters throughout the game, at one point grabbing Blue, 4, for a quick hug and a kiss on the cheek. Blue’s dad, Jay Z, was also photographed in the box.
Paltrow took some pictures of her own, too. One photo, which she posted to Instagram, showed the “Believe in Love” message spelled out by the crowd during the Halftime Show. “#BelieveInLove it comes in all forms,” the Oscar winner wrote in the caption.
Earlier in the day, she shared a sweet snapshot of Apple, 11, and Blue holding hands en route to the big game. The pic showed both girls rocking colorful printed jackets as they walked side by side ahead of Paltrow.
As millions of viewers saw on Sunday night, Martin and his Coldplay bandmates headlined the show at Levi’s Stadium, but were joined onstage by Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. Coldplay performed hits including “Viva la Vida,” “Paradise,” and “Adventure of a Lifetime,” while Mars revved up the crowd with “Uptown Funk.”
It was Beyoncé, though, who really brought down the house. The pop superstar, 34, took the field for the live debut of her brand-new song “Formation,” which she released just one day earlier.
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