Fans Compare Lady Gaga To Effie Trinket As She Sings National Anthem At Super Bowl

Posted: Feb 8 2016, 4:29am CST | by , Updated: Feb 8 2016, 5:48am CST, in Latest Celebrity News


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Lady Gaga singing at Super Bowl 50
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Grammy award winner and Oscar-nominated singer Lady Gaga goes gaga at the Super Bowl 50 when she sang the national anthem to the admiration of fans and people worldwide, with website BuzzFeed tweeting that “a lot of people didn’t know Lady Gaga could sing like that.”

CNN reports that as Lady Gaga sang her heart out, her sweeping vocals got the crowds moving where she had opened the show at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” to the heart’s content of millions of viewers.

As Gaga sang, actress Marlee Marlin, who is deaf, used sign language to sign the anthem with her hands.

Gaga wore a shining red suit and graced a matching eye shadow and shoes that bore a semblance to the American flag. She sang spiritedly into a silver microphone.

Gaga, the star of the TV series “American Horry Story” was not the only celebrity to take to the stage during the Super Bowl 50, Coldplay was already partnered to perform with Beyonce at halftime, and Bruno Mars confirmed to also perform during the event.

A Twitter user, Ellen Crooke, compared Gaga’s looks to Effie Trinket of “The Hunger Games” movie and thousands of fans echoed the same sentiment, with millions others taking to the social media to comment on the Super Bowl 50 and what they thought of Lady Gaga’s performance.

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