She started off on the roof of the stadium before she jumped (assisted by cables, of course) onto the field. The NRG Stadium roof is closed for the game, but it was opened just for Gaga’s performance.
Gaga first threw it back to her 2008 song “Poker Face” before jumping once again down to the main stage for her 2011 hit “Born This Way.”
Her outfit, created by Versace, was a typical Gaga getup: She completed her sparkly silver bodysuit with matching knee-high boots and a crystal eye makeup look. Her female dancers, meanwhile, were totally on-trend in black patent leather boots with a clear heel.
Even designer Donatella Versace herself came to watch Gaga perform.
For “Just Dance,” she added a gold jacket with dramatic spikes on the shoulders. After a piano performance of her 2016 song “Million Reasons,” she changed into a crop top inspired by football shoulder pads — hers, of course, had sparkles all over.
She capped off her performance with “Bad Romance,” and ended it with a dramatic mic drop and then a jump off the stage.
While some had speculated Gaga would make a political statement, she kept it all about the music. One thing is for sure: Gaga definitely stayed true to herself.
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