Lady Gaga Halftime Performance

On the night of February 5, 2017 Lady Gaga took the stage at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.  As her show began she stood on top of the NRG Stadium singing a snippet of God Bless America with thousands of drones behind her spelling out words and lighting up the sky in red, white and blue.  Gaga jumps suspended over 300 feet down to the stage for her glittering performance.  Wearing a silver, shiny, high shouldered body suit and big heeled boots flipping through the air into the stadium, she starts off with her song Poker Face.  

She sang a couple of her number one hits from years ago such as Born This Way, Bad Romance, Just Dance and, Telephone.  She embodied the message of freedom, love, and equality as her dancers of different ethnicities, genders and sexualitys joined in to embrace the message.  Her performance was a giant mega mix of her different songs from her career back in 2008 to her song Million Reasons off her most recent album Joanne.  

The show presented mixes of her messages of love and equality to mega pop hits and shiny, sparkling outfits, to messages of strength and courage and just how well she has rehearsed and practiced for this event.  Gaga even mixed gestures of rappers and an ex president.  

One of Gaga’s dancers featured in many of her past tour and the super bowl performance is from Louisville, Ky which stirred up many conversations in our area.  After her performance she announced she would be embarking on a 2017 world tour for her most recent album “Joanne”.  Gaga will cover many parts of the world on her tour and the tour will include a stop here in Louisville, Ky on November 13, 2017 which i am very excited for and will be attending this show.

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