2016 Super Bowl 50: Coldplay Shares Major Details On Their Upcoming Show [VIDEO]

Queen Bey is definitely back on the Halftime Super Bowl show, but this time, she will be a guest star of British band, Coldplay.

Coldplay will have a very high-profile guest star as Pepsi confirms with Entertainment Tonight that the I am Sasha Firece singer is set to perform with the British rockers on stage at the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show on Feb. 7. In addition, the band is presumably to perform a live rendition of “Hymn for the Weekend,” which is featured on their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, and features vocals from Beyonce.

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Not only Beyonce’s performace we're excitedly expecting, but also performances from Bruno Mars, which ET previously reports that the “Uptown Funk” singer is also set to perform at some point during the show.

In a video interview by ET, Coldplay front man Chris Martin reveals how nervous he is and very excited of the upcoming event.

“Now that you mention it, now I’m really, really nervous,” Martin admits in a minute-long video released Thursday following the announcement.

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"Are you kidding me? It's the greatest moment of our band's life. We're going to give it everything we have," he added in an video interview promoting the show.

In the same clip, the band's childhood friend and artistic director, Phil Harvey, confirmed that there would certainly be "special guests" involved in the show.

"Today, it’s about how do we stage our special guests. Yesterday, what I was nervous about, it was all about the set list," Harvey remarked.

Comprised of Chris Martin (piano/vocals), Guy Berryman (bass), Jonny Buckland (guitar), and Will Champion (drums), the group is primed to celebrate their 20th anniversary in 2016.

The group is said to take on stage this coming February 2016, in the wake of last year’s performances by Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz, and Missy Elliot. Previous acts include Bruno Mars, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beyonce, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and the Black Eyed Peas.

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