Lady Gaga is doing it alone! The singer will perform solo at the upcoming Super Bowl half time show - and she has clearance to do whatever she wants. Lady Gaga is just a few short weeks away from the world's biggest stage, performing the halftime show at Super Bowl 51 - and she's been working extra hard to make sure everything goes off perfectly! The ‘Born This Way’ singer released a teaser, behind-the-scenes video of her preparation for the big show! Sometimes performers bring along other artists to share the stage during the performance, like last year with Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars, but reports say Gaga will be performing solo. And get this- apparently Gaga has free reign to sing, or talk about, whatever she wants during the show. Entertainment Tonight reported that the NFL had asked the singer to refrain from talking about politics, specifically Donald Trump, during the show. You'll remember Gaga has been outspokenly against the soon-to-be president. But the NFL responded saying they did no such thing. “It's false,” their Senior Vice President of Communications told CNN. “This is unsourced nonsense from people trying to stir up controversy where there is none.” Now, no word on IF Lady Gaga will use the stage as a platform come February 5th, but she's certainly free to do so.
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