Bruno Mars and Red Hot Chili Peppers Rocked the Superbowl, Best Halftime Show in Years!

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By charmaine corne clutton | February 6, 2014 10:31 AM EST

The most awaited time of the year is when the NFL Superbowl arrives. Fans dress for the season to support their favorite teams and betting on who would win. The most talked about thing during the Superbowl is not only the teams playing but who will be performing for the hundreds of thousands of people present at the event.

Who was the performer this year?

Bruno Mars is one singer that many would love listen to. The chill music he has and the soulful voice that he has makes his songs great to chill around to. Yet, who would've thought he would be chosen to perform in this year's NRL Superbowl. Last year's performance was no other than Beyonce who is known for making extraordinary performances. Her dance moves and voice make for a great performance, not to mention half of the world already knows all of Beyonce's song, but who would've thought that Bruno Mars would've put on a great show.

The halftime show began with kids singing a rendition of Bruno Mars' famous song, "Billionaire," and then with Bruno Mars doing his drum solo. A great intro to his awesome performance followed by his songs, "Locked out of Heaven," "Treasure," and "Runaway Baby" then with the Red Hot Chili Peppers making a comeback with their song, "Give It Away," in which people have criticized saying that it was not played live.

One thing's for sure is that it was one of the best halftimes in years. Not saying that Beyonce's halftime wasn't good but Bruno Mars has got the pipes that make it one of the best halftimes in history bringing back the sassy old school, jazz to the Superbowl.

His last song, "Just The Way You Are," showed his singing skills and people just loved it. What do you think? Is this one of the best halftime shows that was performed? Probably not the best but one of the best that many did enjoy while watching the NFL halftime show.  

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