Gwyneth Paltrow Posts Adorable Photo of Daughter Apple and Blue Ivy
The actress looked after Blue Ivy while Beyonce performed at the Super Bowl.
There was some serious star power in the stands of Super Bowl 50.
Beyonce’s long-time pal, Gwyneth Paltrow, babysat the singer’s daughter, Blue Ivy, during the performance. Paltrow was there to support her friend and ex-husband, singer Chris Martin, while Coldplay headlined the halftime show.
Paltrow shared an adorable shot of her daughter, Apple, with Blue Ivy.
Following her surprise halftime performance, Beyonce joined her husband, Jay Z and Usher to watch the game.
Beyonce took to Instagram after her performance and posted intimate behind the scenes shots.
After singing the national anthem, Lady Gaga was in party mode and did a shimmy in her seat.
Taraji P. Henson was at the football game and snapped a selfie with Amy Adams and January Jones.
The Empire star found herself in a social media snafu after she posted “YAAAAAAASSSSSS Maroon 5 is life to me!!!" when Coldplay took the field for the Halftime show.
She clearly got confused and deleted the post. However, Maroon 5’s Adam Levine screenshot the post and replied to the actress.
Hensen took to Twitter about her mix-up.
Oooooooopppps. Lmao! #Superbowl50February 8, 2016
Other stars turned the game into a family affair.
David Beckham took his son, Brooklyn, to the big game.
Kate Hudson was there to support the Broncos with her brother, Oliver.
Rob Lowe took his son and also supported Peyton Manning's team.
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