The Denver Broncos may have won the game, but Beyonce totally won the show! She absolutely killed it during her appearance in the Super Bowl 50 halftime show and you can relive her performance by watching the full video RIGHT HERE.
Beyonce’s 2016 Super Bowl halftime show performance has been on repeat in our minds since the broadcast, and now, a full video of the show is finally here. From her epic live debut of “Formation” to the insane dance-off with Bruno Mars, 30, watch the whole thing over and over again here!
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After an opening from Coldplay and Bruno, Bey was front and center on the football field with a whole group of dancers behind her, to perform her new hit, “Formation,” which she released as a surprise just one day before the big game. Wearing a black bodysuit and jacket that paid homage to Michael Jackson, the 34-year-old beyond killed it while busting out her dance moves — and it only got better from there.
Bey eventually made her way to the stage with Bruno’s “Uptown Funk” playing in the background, and the two indulged in the dance-off of all dance-offs, one-upping each other with each and every move. And Beyonce proved to be the ULTIMATE queen when she totally saved herself from falling flat on her butt in the middle of the whole thing, quickly catching herself and making it all look like a planned move. She can do no wrong! Stream music from Beyonce and more ad-free RIGHT HERE.
As if all of this wasn’t already amazing enough, Beyonce gave her fans yet another gift after hitting the stage — she announced her Formation world tour, which kicks off on April 27! There were a whole lot of other epic moments from the Super Bowl broadcast, but we’ll be reminiscing about this Beyonce performance for a LONG time to come.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Beyonce’s performance? What was YOUR favorite moment of the Super Bowl?