The news comes less than 24 hours after Queen Bey unveiled the Mike WiLL Made-It-produced smash and its powerful Melina-directed video. ‘Yoncé’s set to “twirl on them haters” during the performance, which is also slated to feature Coldplay and Bruno Mars.
“The Super Bowl halftime show is one of the biggest moments you can imagine as a performer and as an artist,” Beyoncé told CBS, according to “ET.” “[Performing is] my passion. It’s where I breathe, it’s what I dream. I would really strive to keep perfecting and getting better, and knowing that I’ll always have room to grow.”
This won’t be her first Super Bowl appearance. Queen Bey also slayed the stage in 2013.
“I knew I had to make the best of the moment and I wanted it to be something iconic and something that people will never forget,” she said of her set. “I dreamt the performance before it happened. We went through so many different drafts, we made changes every day. We tweaked every day. We wanted to perfect every day.”
Pack some hot sauce in your bag and watch Super Bowl 50 on CBS at 3:30 p.m.