The NFL will celebrate an epic milestone on February 7, 2016.
And it will do so with an epically boring selection of halftime performers.
According to Us Weekly insiders, the league has chosen Coldplay to take to the stage midway through Super Bowl 50 next year.
The British rock band - which consists of Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland and Will Champion - is an unexpected choice, considering their song catalog is not exactly filled with up-tempo jams.
The magazine does add that Bruno Mars (who kicked serious booty in 2013 at the Super Bowl) will also be involved in the show in some way, shape or form; as will other "friends of the group."
Despite previous reports, neither Maroon 5 nor Taylor Swift will take part in the show.
What do you think? Are you excited for Coldplay to perform at Super Bowl 50?
Recent Super Bowl halftime acts have included Katy Perry, Mars, Madonna, and Beyonce, who recently collaborated with Coldplay for the song “Hymn for the Weekend.”
So maybe she'll make a cameo!
Or Gwyneth Paltrow!
A website can hope, can't it? Anything to make this uninspired selection a little more... inspired.
Coldplay’s seventh and allegedly finale studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, just went on sale this past Friday.