Lady Gaga belted out the high notes on the national anthem during the Super Bowl.
Lady Gaga delivered the national anthem during the halftime at the Super Bowl 50. Once she changed from her red suit to a black ensemble, the highly creative woman started wildly dancing while Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars showed the world what they had in the way of talent.
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The Great Gaga’s epic moves were caught and everyone got to see her strut her stuff.
The Bad Romance songstress still has some spunk and gumption left in her. And 2016 happens to be her year of achievements galore. Not only did she grab a Golden Globe but she has been nominated for an Oscar.
She also did a show for of all people David Bowie. And as for the national anthem, she sailed through it smooth as silk, according to E! News.
This feminista sure has tons of talent and chutzpah. Her enchanting vocals made “The Star-Spangled Banner” an epic performance alright according to CNN.
Many onlookers couldn’t believe their ears. They had no idea that Lady Gaga could sing in such a wonderful and hypnotic manner. The woman truly rocks!
Lady Gaga is a big name among the performers and artists at the Super Bowl 50. She definitely didn’t let her fans down at the event. They cheered her on from wherever they happened to be.
And her resemblance to a character from “The Hunger Games” made the scene of her singing even more memorable. According to USAToday, her whole rendition of the anthem was a classic case of timeless elegance.
It was simply impeccable. While she had toned down some of her more crazier and wackier outfits and makeup, she still looked to be bold and beautiful to the extreme.
Lady Gaga is known as Mother Monster to her fans. And her fans like to call themselves Monsters. She is indeed a Celine Dion for a New Age. The “Lady” is a symbolic icon of present-day America.
According to TheDailyBeast, she is an electric and active woman with style and grace. Despite some of the things she manages to get away with, never for a single second does she show any self-consciousness.
Her theatricality knows no bounds and as for her support of the cause that is gay and lesbian emancipation, it is something all of America is going through right now. America is changing.
This is the first time since the late Whitney Houston’s 1991 national anthem soared into the skies that a person of her caliber has created such a mind blowing series of sounds that cast a magic spell on the listeners.
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