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Although Lady Gaga didn’t get political, that Super Bowl halftime performance was to die for.

As soon as Gaga graced the stage in that sparkly ensemble, the world knew she did not come to disappoint.

The queen of little monsters kicked the show off with a few verses from “America The Beautiful” and surprised her audience by descending to the stage with wires.

You could practically hear the crowd’s gasps of shock…and of course Twitter fell in love.


Gaga then performed “Poker Face,” “Born This Way,” “Telephone,” “Just Dance,” “Million Reasons” and “Bad Romance.”

#ladygaga #homecoming #halftimeshow

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Yass Gaga… remind them who is the ruler of pop!

Check out the full performance here.

Oh, and BTW… can we just say…we love this:

Talk about going goo goo for Gaga.

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  1. Kandid

    February 6, 2017 at 9:28 AM

    No. She was not her best. Where was her supporting cast? Elton John or a surprise appearance from Madonna. Something.

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According to Billboard:

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