Lady Gaga mesmerized the crowd with her jaw-dropping performance at the 2017 Superbowl halftime show.
She did blow off of the roof as expected, and we can’t pretend like it was nothing.
The British singer presented an unprecedented art throughout her memorable time at the NRG Stadium in Houston on Sunday.
Although superstars like Beyonce, Katy Perry and others have wowed the crowd during such Superbowl events, everyone knew Gaga would bring something energetic and memorable.
She’s that kind of star who likes to do the unimaginable.
Yes, she did pass a subtle appeal to Donald Trump, but that wasn’t a surprise. Everyone is talking about the controversial president who doesn’t really care about what haters think.
Remarkably, Gaga hasn’t been political with her music – a probable reason why she landed the mega deal. But she did something diplomatic in the most respectable manner.
She started her 12-minute set with “God Bless America” and performed “This Land is Your Land (from Woodie Guthrie).”
Although rumors have it that the NFL organizers warned our beloved 30-year-old star not to make any political statements that could destroy the objectives of this year’s biggest sport event, she used a line in her lyrics which said: “There was a big high wall there that tried to stop me.”
Nobody builds high walls like the US President for sure. Luckily for the famous star, his Mexican-styled walls couldn’t stop her shine.
Gaga blew our minds when she literally landed from mid-air onto the stage just before her performance, with some wires attached, of course.
That amazing display sparked wild reaction from onlookers who let themselves loose as she treated everyone to non-stop music.
Her knee high boots and shiny silver bodysuit looked gorgeous, too.
The “Poker Face” singer diverted from a question while discussing with reporters at a press conference last week. She knows the Superbowl creates a sensitive and polarizing atmosphere where politics, sports and personal interests pitch people against themselves.
“The only statements that I’ll be making during the halftime show are the ones that I’ve been consistently making throughout my career,” she told the press.
“I believe in a passion for inclusion. I believe in the spirit of equality and the spirit of this country as one of love, and compassion, and kindness.
“My performance will uphold those philosophies,” she continued, “I don’t know if it will succeed in unifying America. You’ll have to ask America when it’s over.”
You did nail it, Gaga! And all of us, including NFL Organizers, are saying the same.