The “Drunk In Love” singer, 34, is set to take the Super Bowl stage on Sunday night alongside headliner Coldplay at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Earlier this week, Bruno Mars also confirmed that he will join the British rock band on stage as a special guest.
On Saturday, February 6, the Carters sat courtside at the Golden State Warriors game at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. Earlier in the day, Queen Bey dropped her brand-new single, “Formation,” which sparked a huge reaction from both the Beyhive and celebs alike. The video features a cameo by Blue, 4, her daughter with Jay Z.
Coldplay and Beyoncé previously collaborated on the band’s most recent album, A Head Full of Dreams.
In 2013, Beyoncé graced the football field as the headlining performer at the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show, where she reunited with Destiny’s Child.
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