Chris Who? Coldplay’s Halftime Show Belonged To Beyoncé And Bruno Mars

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“The Make-a-Wish Foundation outdid themselves with Chris Martin,” said an online user. “He'll never forget that.”

The Super Bowl halftime is one of the most anticipated and important television performances. So when British rock band Coldplay, mostly known for its mellow tunes, was announced as the headliner of this year’s show, people had their reservations.

As it turns out, they were right to fear the worst.

On Sunday night, award-winning singers Beyoncé and Bruno Mars joined Coldplay for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show and, as expected, slayed it with their energetic routines. But Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin, on the other hand, became a third-wheel at his own show and spent most of the performance trying to squeeze in between the two superstars, wildly waving about his arms and singing a song that only he could hear.

It was awkward, to say the least…

Chris Martin Super Bowl 50

Here’s how Twitterati expressed their emotions over Martin’s over-enthusiastic performance, which frankly felt like interruption more than anything.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch the entire Super Bowl halftime performance in the video above.

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