Beyonce's near-fall does not stop her from rocking at Super Bowl 50
Beyonce was dancing onstage on Sunday along with her backup dancers when, in the middle of her dance to new song “Formation”, she stepped back and seemed to have lost her balance. She quickly recovered
Los Angeles: Singer Beyonce Knowles almost fell during her big Super Bowl 50 performance, but she recovered soon enough.
Beyonce was dancing onstage on Sunday along with her backup dancers when, in the middle of her dance to new song “Formation”, she stepped back and seemed to have lost her balance. She quickly recovered, and her face just looked relieved, reported variety.com.
Singer Beyonce performs during the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday. Denver Broncos produced a magnificent defensive display to stun the Carolina Panthers with an upset 24-10 victory. Super Bowl 50 is an American football game which determines the champion of the National Football League (NFL). PIC/AFP
Beyonce joined Coldplay and Bruno Mars during the halftime show, partaking in their rendition of Mars' “Uptown Funk”.
Coldplay led a neon-coloured, fun-loving halftime show when they took the stage in the centre of the field at Levi’s Stadium for the Super Bowl 50 halftime show.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin opened the performance singing “Viva La Vida” and “Paradise” while jumping on the stage as gold-clad dancers holding neon umbrellas circled the field. Directly following the performance, an ad announced Beyonce’s first headlining stadium tour this summer with a 40-date Formation tour, set to begin on April 27. Mars and Beyonce converged together on stage to a medley of tracks from past halftime performers Hubby sends flowers Rapper Jay Z sent 10,000 flowers to wife Beyonce before her performance. On the occasion of International Rose Day on Sunday, Jay Z pampered the “99 Problems” hitmaker with thousands of roses right before her performance, reported magazine.com