Watch Lady Gaga Detail 'Inclusive' Super Bowl Performance

I want more than anything to create a moment that everyone watching will never forget, not for me but for everyone else.

Though this marks the first time Tiffany has advertised during the Super Bowl, it has a long connection with the game.

Asked if she'd be flying through the air at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, Gaga confessed that was her sister Natali's idea.

The Grammy victor added that the organization has "been super supportive" of all her ideas, so we're that much more excited about what's to come. But the buzz surrounding the performance lately has been all about whether or not the singer will allow her politics to take center stage at the show. "I believe in a passion for inclusion, I believe in the spirit of equality, my performance will uphold those philosophies".

The NFL has said they have not and will not muzzle the performer from talking about Trump or anything else during the half time show.


Another big line-up on game day is a pre-game party with Lady Antebellum, Tyler Farr and O.A.R.

In a news conference Thursday, the politically active singer said she was not altering the tone of her traditionally inclusive act. Former Giants great Osi Umenyiora described himself as Gaga's "biggest fan" because of his size, gave her a T-shirt, and asked for a sing-a-long. Lady Gaga told listeners there were a lot of hoops to jump through in confirming her performance, but it seems it was all worth it.

Country superstar Luke Bryan will do the honours of singing The Star-Spangled Banner following on from Gaga's show-stopping performance in 2016.

Whether Gaga sticks to playing songs from her latest album, Joanne, or brings out some of her more well-known hits remains to be seen. "To me, Tiffany represents timeless American jewellery".

That may be, but Katy Perry, who performed with life-size shark puppets at the 2015 Super Bowl, when the Patriots played the Seahawks in Scottsdale, holds the record for the most-watched halftime show, with 118.5 million viewers.

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