Coldplay Wants Beyonce and Rihanna to Help Slay the Super Bowl Halftime Show — Report

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During last year's Super Bowl, Katy Perry (and Left Shark) Missy Elliott and Lenny Kravitz put on one of the most talked-about halftime shows in history, but if Beyonce and Rihanna join Coldplay for this year's show, they could give the 2015 set some stiff competition.

A source told The Daily Mirror that a Queen Bey-Bad Gal combo just might happen if Coldplay singer Chris Martin has his way, POPCRUSH reports.

"Chris and his band know they're not typically as showy as recent performers like Katy Perry and Madonna with all the dancers and, while they love a light show, they still want to bring a few surprises out."

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"Chris and his band know they're not typically as showy as recent performers like Katy Perry and Madonna with all the dancers and, while they love a light show, they still want to bring a few surprises out," the source claims.

Allegedly, Bey and Rih are more than ready to set it off. The source added, "Beyonce and Rihanna are both keen to join in the high-profile ceremony and will add just the spark needed to make it an amazing and unforgettable show."

YASSS! Since Bey and Jay Z are besties with Chris and Rih's hit the studio with Coldplay before, we can totally see this show happening IRL.

Until it's made official, we'll be busy bowing down to the music gods in the hopes that this magical trio hits the stage in 2016.
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