All eyes were on Houston, Texas on Sunday night (Feb. 5), as the NFL Super Bowl LI kicked off between the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots at NRG Staidum. As millions worldwide tuned into the major sporting event, Lady Gaga had the honor of headlining the Pepsi Halftime Show. Mother Monster pulled out all the theatrics, with an incredible 13-minute set which began with the pop superstar standing on the roof of NRG Stadium while singing “God Bless America.”
Once touching the stage after flying in on a harness, Lady Gaga ran through a medley of hits spanning her long storied career including “Poker Face,” “Born This Way,” “Telephone,” “Just Dance,” and “Million Reasons.” The 30-year-old closed her flawless set with “Bad Romance,” before dropping her mic, catching a football and jumping into the crowd.
The moment marked Gaga’s second year in a row at the Super Bowl. Last year at SB 50, she sung the U.S. National Anthem at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.