Beyoncé nearly fell over at the Super Bowl and you didn't notice

Only Beyoncé could recover this smoothly. 

Clarisse Loughrey
Monday 08 February 2016 09:50
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Beyonce almost falls over during Super Bowl half-time show

Beyoncé's Super Bowl 50 halftime show was a feat needed to be seen to be believed. Apparently some individuals known as Coldplay and Bruno Mars also performed, but all eyes were on Queen B and the first live performance of her new track 'Formation'.

Unsurprisingly, she killed every moment like the consummate superstar she is, even though the revved up dance moves so nearly led to disaster.

The artist very, very nearly fell over. Except, she didn't, because she has the reaction times of Superman and recovered before anyone actually had a chance to notice.

The rest of the performance, however, went off without a hitch; seeing her join forces with Bruno Mars for a riotous duet of 'Uptown Funk'. She didn't, however, perform the Coldplay collab 'Hymn for the Weekend' that most audiences expected; the band instead plumped for old hits 'Viva La Vida' and 'Fix You'.

She followed her performance by announcing to the world she'd be embarking on a worldwide stadium tour this spring. Which likely made a few people actually fall flat on their faces.

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