One of the best voices of our generation, Lady Gaga is going to drop jaws again, but this time she will be singing something so classical that everyone will know it - the National Anthem at this Sunday's Super Bowl.
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The Grammy winner's performance will be televised live before the game, and is generally one of the most talked about moments of the whole game. Gaga should really be feeling the pressure, because an estimated 118 million viewers will be watching the Denver Broncos face off against the Carolina Panthers, according to E!
You might remember, however, that Gaga completely shuttered her critics last year at the Oscars, when she did a tribute to Julie Andrews and The Sound of Music, so she is no stranger to pressure.
The Golden Globe winning actress and singer has been on a bit of a career resurgence lately after stumbling into a bit of trouble with her Art Pop album. Mother Monster will also deliver a tribute to the late David Bowie at the Grammy Awards this year, and then she will dedicate his posthumous Lifetime Achievement Award.
"We had already booked Lady Gaga on this year's show, but when David passed—almost in a single moment—we knew we had to change direction," Grammys executive producer Ken Ehrlich said in a press release. "We immediately spoke and agreed that she should be the one to honor David. She's perfect for it."
Marlee Matlin, who was most recently seen in the Deaf West production of Spring Awakening, will present the National Anthem in American Sign Language. Coldplay and Beyoncé will also perform at the event. There are rumors swirling online that this half time show will completely blow others out of the water.
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Super Bowl 50 airs Sunday afternoon only on CBS.