Super Bowl 50 had some amazing performances aside from the play on the field between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers.
Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay did their bits to electrify the crowd with their performance and charisma. Some fared better than the others of course and it was Coldplay who fell down the ladder in terms of crowd reception.
The only thing Lady Gaga requires nowadays is her presence. The sparkling personality is at her dazzling best with a powerful voice and an even more powerful stage presence.
Lady Gaga featured in a vibrant and sparkly Red Gucci dress and delivered the “The Star-Spangled Banner” with authority and style. With the Super Bowl opener now under her belt, Lady Gaga becomes the only highlight reel star to feature in all of Oscar, Grammy Award and the Super Bowl.
Beyonce on the other hand entertained the crowd with her moves and that certainly played a major part in better-ranked performance than Coldplay. The pop sensation showed what a halftime show in Super Bowl exactly needs. It doesn’t require a lyric heavy magic from Coldplay, but an electrifying and sensational super-sexy star showcasing her dance steps.
It was not only Beyonce, who stole the halftime show at Super Bowl. Bruno Mars, a veteran performed at his best and made the best use of the stage given to him. The only thing that makes a performance click at the annual sporting event is dance. Beyonce and Mars proved it in style.
Lady Gaga did none of the dancing as her performance was not about moving to the beats. She delivered the National Anthem of the United States of America (USA) in style and it will be remembered as one of the best Super Bowl openers of all time.
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