Lady Gaga, known for her explosive and breathtaking performances, has done it again. Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show is considered to be a great deal of success.
Updates of the game, millions of audience watching from all around the world, and of course, Lady Gaga's praise-worthy Super Bowl halftime production is all over the news.
Although not a surprise to many, Gaga treated the audience with a spectacular show.
According to some reports, Gaga's performance will reverberate for days, weeks or months even for all the new things the performer offered. From the fiercely gyrating drones (300 flying in formation) who transformed from perfectly lit stars to a fluttering flag to the famous performer's grave call for Unity as she quoted the Pledge of Allegiance while standing atop Houston's NRG or Energy Stadium (formerly known as Radiant Stadium).
Gaga, known for her strong belief in embracing uniqueness, equality, and self-acceptance, even chose a song that embodies these values in front of America's biggest football game.
Praises and congratulatory messages from friends and celebrities alike have then showered Gaga after the successful performance.
Singer/songwriter Sir Elton John, Gaga's good friend, shared a picture on his Instagram account with him and Lady Gaga partying after the successful show quoting "The most spectacular performance ever seen during Super Bowl half time."
Even Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga's long-time collaborator shared similar views stating that she [Gaga] was the best thing about the entire sporting extravaganza.
"I want jumping gifs stat! Bravo (sic)," Katy Perry tweeted pertaining to Gaga's entrance from the roof of the NRG Stadium.
Joe Jonas from the Jonas brothers, impressed by Gaga's performance, also packed Gaga with praises on Twitter stating "You don't need anyone else on stage when you are @ladygaga smashed it. #GOGAGA (sic)"
However, though praises have overwhelmed Gaga, some spectators still felt that the performer lacked impact as compared to the statements she has voiced out over the past two weeks.