Bruno Mars Thanks Coldplay and Beyonce for Super Bowl 50 Show, Jokes He'll Return for SB52

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Beyonce and Bruno Mars perform during the Pepsi Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, Calif.

Bruno Mars has thanked Coldplay and Beyonce for the “positive, uplifting” experience that was the NFL Super Bowl 50 Halftime show. And he wants more. 

As the dust settles on Sunday’s high-rating entertainment spectacular in San Francisco, Mars has shared some good vibes on his own adventure. 

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He posted on Instagram: “I had front row seats and witnessed these two incredible artist do their thing. Thank you Coldplay for inviting the squad and I to perform our tune. We were all very honored to be apart of such a positive uplifting show. Thank You Beyonce for continuing to bless the world with that fire / hot sauce. Thank you to the good people at NFL for all that you do behind the scenes. Thank you Versace for makin ya boys look extra clean and all the way swagged out. I'll never forget last Sunday. Thank you all!”

The only thing that could top it off would be another round in two years from now. 

In a follow-up message, he wrote, “See y'all at Super Bowl 52 Ayyyyyyyy!! I'm jus joking.. Or am I ??? You never know bro. You jus never knowwww.”

A leather-clad Bruno Mars and his Hooligans squad joined forces with Bey and Coldplay for a high energy rendition of the Mark Ronson jam "Uptown Funk" on the Levi's Stadium stage.

Mars wasn’t the only one entertained by the extravaganza. An average 111.9 million viewers watched Super Bowl 50, trailing last year's all-time high ratings by roughly 2.5 million.

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