Coldplay will be upping the star power of their Super Bowl 50 halftime show by having Beyoncé join them on stage, Entertainment Tonightconfirms.

Coldplay frontman Chris Martin has said previously that playing the Super Bowl is "the greatest moment of our band's life" and "We're going to give it everything we have. " Bringing your BFF Queen Bey on stage definitely counts for that.

Beyoncé is featured on the songs "Hymn for the Weekend" and "Up & Up" on Coldplay's latest album A Head Full of Dreams. Martin was one of the approximately 40 guests at Beyoncé and Jay Z's quiet wedding in 2008.

Showstopper Bruno Mars will also be joining the band at some point in their performance, making Katy Perry's 2015 Left Shark look pretty shabby right now.

Both Beyoncé and Mars are no strangers to the Super Bowl stage. Mars headlined the halftime show in 2014. Beyoncé did the same in 2013, which memorably led to a power outage in the stadium during the third quarter of the game.

Super Bowl 50 airs Feb. 7 on CBS.

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