What a rousing start! Lady Gaga was viewed as a bizarre choice to sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50, although no more bizarre than Coldplay as the halftime entertainment. Is it too late to add her to performance, too? [Follow...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga was the highlight, and she sang the national anthem.
The Coldplay/Beyoncé halftime show is still in the future as of press time, but everyone online and in San Francisco's Levi's Stadium agrees: Lady Gaga absolutely destroyed (in a good way) 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at the Super Bowl, with famed deaf actress Marlee Matlin providing an impressive sign language interpretation beside her. Show More Summary
1) Lady Gaga is good. I had never heard her. (I know.) Talented. But her “Star-Spangled Banner”? All about her. Not about the anthem or the country it sings. If you sing your own music, be as subjective as you want (within taste). But this music? It’s someone else’s. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga gave a masterclass rendition of the "Star Spangled-Banner" at Super Bowl 50 on Sunday. Watch the video here:
Athletes in tight pants, Lady Gaga and Beyonce won’t be the only reasons to watch Super Bowl 50. A record six LGBTQ-inclusive commercials will vie for your attention, even though there is not yet a single openly gay player in the NFL. This year’s ads (at $5 million every 30 seconds) run the gamut. The word [...]
Gather round, little monsters, and watch the Grammy Award winner sing for one of the largest audiences in television history. On Tuesday, it was announced that Lady Gaga would be singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl 50. It'll...Show More Summary
In America's biggest game of the year, Super Bowl 50, it seems like one can bet on just about anything. That even includes the pregame festivities and national anthem, which will be sung this year by six-time Grammy Award winner Lady...Show More Summary
While some people watch the Super Bowl for the game and others watch it for the commercials, this year, the LGBT community has several reasons to tune in. Here are some reasons we are excited for Super Bowl 50: 1. Lady Gaga is Singing...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga will be singing the National Anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl on Sunday (February 7), and she’s calling it one of her most “rock and roll” achievements to date. The 29-year-old singer chatted with NFL Network about her upcoming performance, what it meant to her and what she’ll be thinking about when she [...]
Alicia Keys, Xtina, oh my. On Sunday, Lady Gaga will sing the national anthem at Super Bowl 50. Gaga, who sometime in the last two or three years swerved resolutely into mainstream-dom and/or had her essence sucked from her Monstars-style by Miley Cyrus, will probably not wear a meat dress. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga is the one. Let the guessing game begin. The Grammy Award-winning singer has been chosen to sing the national anthem before Super Bowl 50 on Sunday when the Carolina Panthers take on the Denver Broncos. Betting on the over/under of the national anthem has become a fun tradition for those who enjoy prop bets during the big game. Show More Summary
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A local news chopper caught Lady Gaga warming up for her national anthem performance at this Sunday's Super Bowl.
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The prop bets start early on Super Bowl Sunday, even before kickoff at Levi's Stadium. The game is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET and will be televised by CBS. Just before kickoff, Lady Gaga will step to the microphone and sing the...Show More Summary
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Lady Gaga continues to dominate the small screen. The “Born This Way” singer has been added to the star-studded Super Bowl lineup for a very high-profile performance, marking yet another buzzy TV appearance for the pop superstar. While she won’t be part of the halftime show with Coldplay and Beyonce, Lady Gaga will sing the... Show More Summary
It’s that time of year again. The 58th annual Grammy Awards take place in LA on 2/15, and we already know that Lady Gaga will pay tribute to the late David Bowie by singing a medley of his songs. Adele, James Bay, Ellie Goulding, Sam Hunt, Tori Kelly, Kendrick Lamar, Little Big Town, Carrie Underwood, […]