Unfortunately, Left Shark isn’t getting his own Super Bowl halftime show because Coldplay was just announced at this year’s headliner. Since this is the 50th Super Bowl, the NFL said the show will be “honoring the past, recognizing the present and looking ahead to the next 50 years, including other special artists.”
— Coldplay (@coldplay) December 4, 2015
A source also revealed that Bruno Mars could be making an appearance at this year’s show. If his performance would be anything like the one from 2013, then no complaints here! Also, other “friends of the group” may also be performing. Well, this is exciting.
Coldplay’s seventh (and likely the last) studio album A Head Full of Dreams was released today.