Published Feb 05, 2017The Super Bowl is one of the year's largest sporting events, but it also serves as a haven for big pop culture moments. This year, Lady Gaga was responsible for the game's iconic halftime show, and as could be expected she brought the extravagant theatrics.
The performer blasted through four songs in her 12-minute slot, performing hits like "Telephone," "Let's Dance," "Bad Romance" and her recent single "Million Reasons."
While many anticipated that Gaga would use her platform to get political considering the current state of American affairs, she instead kept things rather neutral.
In a press conference leading up to the event, Gaga said, "The only statements that I'll be making during the half-time show are the ones that I have been consistently making during my career. I believe in a passion for inclusion, I believe in the spirit of equality."
Watch Lady Gaga's Super Bowl performance below.
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