The trio brought an insane amount of energy to the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show. Here's how it all went down.
It's amazing how quickly they can bring something so cool together.
The illuminated stage floor swirled with colors, flowers, and video clips.
The alt-rock band kicked off the halftime show with a quick intro of "Yellow," followed by "When I Ruled The World," "Paradise," and finally "Adventure of a Lifetime" from their new album A Head Full of Dreams.
The Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (YOLA) were adorable and bouncy.
He got close. Really close!
How cute were they?!
It was like something out of Oz ... in a good way.
Bruno Mars we knew about. When Mark Ronson showed up to mix "Uptown Funk" we were pleasantly surprised.
Bruno Mars looked super snazzy as he and his crew performed "Uptown Funk."
She slayed, performing her brand new single "Formation." Note: Beyoncé gave the world a gift when she released "Formation" and it's accompanying video the day before the big game.
As if four Coldplay songs, "Uptown Funk," and Beyoncé's new jam "Formation" weren't enough, Bruno Mars and Beyoncé rallied their crews for a high-energy dance battle as Mark Ronson fused their two songs.
At one point during the dance battle, Beyoncé nearly fell. If you blinked you probably missed it because she played it off so gracefully. How? She's Beyoncé, that's how.
Coldplay brought light to the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show theme "Past, Present, and Future" by honoring Super Bowl performances of the past. As clips from past halftime shows played on screens and on the video-screened stage, Coldplay ended the show with a new rendition of their hit "Fix You."
The halftime show came to a close with this colorful message in the crowd: "Believe in love."
The game itself averaged about 111.9 viewers, rising to around 115.5 viewers during the halftime show. The Broncos won the big game, and Coldplay, Beyoncé and Bruno Mars crushed the halftime show. That's a successful Super Bowl!