The singer has kept numerous details under wraps, but recently gifted fans with some insight as to what they can expect on Sunday.
It was previously reported – and denied – that Gaga was banned from talking about politics and President Donald Trump during her set.
During the last Super Bowl halftime show, it was abundantly clear that Beyoncé was sending a message that transcended sports, which left many wondering if Lady Gaga would have a message prepared for the world during her upcoming performance at Super Bowl LI.
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“There’s an opportunity for us to use every inch of the stage to have dynamic moments”, Gaga says in the clip, which was released by Pepsi on Monday. She said members of the National Football League organization had been attending rehearsals and were enjoying everything they saw. “We’ve put everything that we could into this show”.
The singer is expected to announce a tour in support of her fifth studio album, Joanne, after the Super Bowl on February 5th.
Country singer Luke Bryan says he will be thinking about US troops serving overseas when he sings the national anthem at the Super Bowl.
Gaga’s own extravaganza will take place during the interval at this Sunday’s sporting event, which will see the the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons face off at the NRG Stadium in Houston.
Gaga also took questions from Super Bowl XLII star Osi Umenyiora and James Corden’s sisters, who often humorously cover the Super Bowl.
Certainly Lady Gaga would have no shortage of causes to protest, including Trump’s plans to build a wall between Mexico and the United States, a large portion of which would cut across Texas, and legislation introduced by a Texas Republican state senator to limit public restroom access for transgender people. There has been no shortage of speculation, however.
‘The show is full on cardio, my performance is most of the time. Others gathered based on her hand gesture that she may be singing “Judas”.
However, in her tweet, she also specifically mentioned “disco stick”, which is a phrase from her song, “Love Game”.
Designed by Franc Fernandez and styled by Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga’s eye-popping outfit choice was the talk of the town for a while.
As excited as she is to join the pantheon of performers who’ve played at the Super Bowl, Lady Gaga said this gig is really for her fans, those millions of Little Monsters.