These Are The Best Reactions To Beyonce's Super Bowl Halftime Show
It's almost like Beyoncé was made to create killer halftime shows. Super Bowl 50 fans were seemingly getting a little too much Coldplay action during Sunday's big game if Twitter was any indication, but Beyoncé, as always, saved the day. In fact, some of the best Twitter reactions to Beyoncé's halftime show were those filled with so much joy, you might have thought it was Christmas morning again.
Beyoncé just seems to have a way of making everyone's day, doesn't she? The singer started off her halftime takeover (be honest, that's what it was) by fiercely marching down the field to her new single, "Formation." At that point, Beyoncé, backed up by her equally amazing dancers, had a mini dance-off of sorts with the always adorable Bruno Mars, as he and his crew performed the musician's hit song, "Uptown Funk."
From the choreography to the '80s throwback outfits, it was a performance. Afterward of course, both Bey and Mars joined Coldplay in a retrospective on past Super Bowl halftime shows. And although she slayed her parts, there was almost not enough Bey. (Seriously, she should have been able to do another song of her own and leave Chris Martin and Coldplay behind.)
Fans were obviously obsessed with Beyoncé's performance, but a little disappointed that the pop idol had to share the stage. Of course they were. There is not enough Beyoncé in this world, really. One fan even tweeted what everyone was thinking as the show came to a close: "Beyoncé should have had that entire halftime slot in all honesty."
In fact, most Twitter users seemed to feel that same way on Sunday night, tweeting their discontent openly:
Some Fans Were Hoping For More Cameos
ok but imagine if gaga came out of nowhere and sang telephone with bey all the hair on my head would've evaporated— pooj (@notpooja) February 8, 2016
Thought Beyonce was going to call Lady Gaga on the telephone to help out for that halftime show. #SB50— Alan Stewart (@rum4alan) February 8, 2016
If Bey would've brought out Destiny's Child and sang Jumpin' I would've cried.— abigail feliciano♛ (@AbbieFeliciano_) February 8, 2016
Others Believed A Beyoncé Halftime Show Should Just Be A Regular Thing
Beyoncé should get do a Super Bowl residency where she performs every year until she gets tired of it.— Josh Gondelman (@joshgondelman) February 8, 2016
They should sign Beyoncé to a lifetime deal for the Halftime Show— SportsBlogNewYork (@SportBlogNYC) February 8, 2016
Just re-watched the halftime show...I can promise you that Beyoncé will always slay no matter what the occasion is.— Jay. (@jailyndawn_) February 8, 2016
an idea: Beyoncé performs every super bowl half time— s(kywalker)am (@sammyhast) February 8, 2016
Petition for Beyoncé to perform at every single super bowl— Rob ✨ (@befourthestorm) February 8, 2016
Still Others Felt The Need To Thank Bey For Saving The Day
that halftime show was weak but beyonce was lookin good as always— chris garcia (@ZAPAMTITI) February 8, 2016
I don't watch a lot of football, is Beyoncé always in it? #SuperBowl— Dan Scanlon (@MrDanScanlon) February 8, 2016
"Who won the Super Bowl?"— jord (@jord_paige) February 8, 2016
Beyoncé always wins.
Coldplay is a lot of things, but a suitable halftime show band isn't one of them. Queen Bey and Bruno saved the show.— Kelly (@kldowns) February 8, 2016
I've always liked Coldplay, but they are not halftime material. All Beyonce and a little Bruno would've been fine by me.— Rob Ketcham (@rketcham) February 8, 2016
Beyoncé is always on point — but this year, she was the best thing about the whole game.