Lady Gaga is set to perform at the halftime show of Super Bowl 51. Mother Monster is ready to put on a performance of a lifetime.
At Super Bowl 51, Lady Gaga is set to perform in front of the world at the halftime show. Her set will be about 13 minutes long as it’s expected she’ll play all her usual hits and showcase her amazing voice for those in attendance.
For years now, millions of people from all across the world tune in to watch the Super Bowl and more so to watch the halftime show. Considering that this year, the New England Patriots represent the AFC bodes well for ratings.
Back in 2015, the Patriots epic win over the Seattle Seahawks drew well over 114 million viewers. In what could be an offensive showcase against the Atlanta Falcons, there is an opportunity it could even break that record.
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As far as Lady Gaga’s set list is concerned, it’s hard to predict what kind of medley she’ll give to the audience. In an article written by Christopher D. Shea for the New York Times, here’s what he had to say about the likelihood of songs being played:
It’s an open question what songs Lady Gaga will perform on Sunday, but a series of behind-the-scenes teasers released by Pepsi feature music from two “Joanne” songs — “A-YO” and “Perfect Illusion” — and her 2009 song “Bad Romance,” a good suggestion that they’ll appear in her Sunday medley. Her biggest songs outside of those tracks are her No. 1 hits: “Born This Way,” “Poker Face” and “Just Dance.”
Overall, it should be an exciting halftime show featuring one of the top artists in the world. From her amazing stage presence to the power in her lyrics, Lady Gaga will undoubtedly leave an impression on everyone watching.