Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime performance

Gaga jumped from the roof, played keytar, and sang her heart out all by herself!

Throughout her career, Lady Gaga has delivered her most memorable performances on the biggest stages, whether with her tribute to the Sound of Music at the 2015 Oscars or her mesmerizing performance tribute to Frank Sinatra on his 100th birthday show.



This was again the case this year as Gaga returned to the Super Bowl stage, this time as its Halftime performer.

The Fame Monster began her performance from high above Houston’s NRG Stadium, where she sang a rousing rendition of “God Bless America”. She then took a death-defying plunge to the field below and kick-started a greatest hits medley of her songs that included “Poker Face”, “Born This Way”, “Telephone”, “Just Dance”, Million Reasons”, and “Bad Romance”.

Following the recent Halftime trends of special guests, Gaga performed by herself for the entirety of the set. (though of course with a lot of help from the production crew).

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Although, Gaga performed lonesome for the whole 14 minutes, there was still plenty to look at Her outfits were something out of an 80’s sci-fi film. During “Just Dance”, she jammed out on a keytar. After playing “Million Reasons” on piano, Gaga entered the crowd and embraced her little monsters. And there were drones — a lot of drones!!

It was a performance that embodied Lady Gaga in every which way, and one which you can replay in full below.

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