Coldplay will reportedly headline the 2016 Super Bowl halftime spectacular, becoming the first band to do so in six years.
The last time a non-pop act played the big-ticket slot was The Who back in 2010. Since then, the NFL has booked a range of pop heavyweights to entertain the monster crowds at the year’s biggest game, including Katy Perry and Beyoncé.
And speaking of Queen Bey, she’s reportedly “in talks” to make a guest cameo during Coldplay’s set, while Bruno Mars is also tipped to perform. They will likely perform some tracks off the band’s new record A Head Full Of Dreams, which is out today.
Beyoncé appears on the most recently-released track off the album, dubbed Hymn For The Weekend.
Check out their clubby collab premiering via the BBC, below.