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5 Ways Beyonce Stole the Super Bowl Again

Yesterday, the Beyonce Bowl, we mean Super Bowl took place with millions waiting for King Bey to do her thing as part of the halftime show with Coldplay and Bruno Mars. In true Beyonce fashion, on Saturday she threw everyone off guard with the release of a new song and video, “Formation.” With reports Beyonce would be performing the song and you add in her lyrics and imagery being the most ‘Black power’ piece we’ve seen her do thus far, we knew this would be can’t-miss television, and we were right!

Here are all the ways Beyonce stole the Super Bowl again!

READ: She’s Baaaaaack! Watch Beyonce’s New Video ‘Formation’!

 

Dancers dressed as Black Panthers

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It wasn’t lost on any of us Beyonce’s dancers were dressed as Black Panthers wearing all black with afros and raising the Black Power fist. Let’s also remember the Super Bowl took place in the Bay Area and the Black Panther Party was founded in Oakland and this year marks their 50th anniversary and it was also the 50th Super Bowl.

 

Her Outfit Paid Tribute to Michael Jackson’s Super Bowl Outfit

5 Ways Beyonce Stole the Super Bowl Again - Jawbreaker

5 Ways Beyonce Stole the Super Bowl Again - Jawbreaker

We all know Michael Jackson is one of Beyonce’s inspirations, so it was great she paid homage to him with her performance outfit from when performed at Super Bowl 1993.

She May Or May Not Have Almost Fallen

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When Beyonce performs, she gives it to you! She dances full out to make sure you get the message. While doing what she does best, she may or may not have almost lost her balance, but most likely it was gravity’s fault, not hers.

She Performed Her ‘Blackest’ Song By Far On a National Stage

 

“Formation” is indeed the “Blackest” song and video Beyonce has ever done up until now. Some are even calling it the anthem for the Black Lives Matter movement. With lyrics like “I got hot sauce in my bag,” “I like my Negro’s nose with Jackson 5 nostrils,” and “I like my baby hair with baby hair and afros,” let’s keep in mind the significance of her saying these phrases on national television in front of millions.

The Dance-Off Between She and Bruno Mars Was Life!

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If you’re like us, you consider the dance-off between Beyonce and Bruno Mars a show highlight! Two of the best performers today going back-and-forth in a dance battle are things music lovers dream of!

Brittney Fennell

Brittney Fennell

Brittney is the Associate Editor of Jawbreaker and a writer who has goals to disrupt culture in ways unseen.