Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show: Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars receive mixed reaction as 'Left Shark' fails to show

Left Shark didn't appear, to the anger of many

Tom Sheen
Monday 08 February 2016 02:44
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British rock band Coldplay put on a visually stunning performance at half-time of Super Bowl 50.

Along with Bruno Mars and Beyonce, Chris Martin and Co went through a back catalogue of Super Bowl half-time shows with front of hundreds of fans on the turf at Levi's Stadium.

The band played upbeat versions of 'Viva La Vida' and 'Paradise' with Martin dancing around a colourful centre stage.

They were then joined by 2013 headline act Bruno Mars for 'Uptown Funk', before 2014 headline Act Beyonce belted out her new single 'Formation'.

The headline act then finished with classic hit 'Fix You'.

However, despite plenty of people being mightily impressed with the show, others weren't so keen.

Especially when last year's accidental star, 'Left Shark', failed to appear.

Here's some reaction on social media:

The Denver Broncos eventually beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 to win the Super Bowl.

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