Even before the first note of Lady Gaga's Super Bowl halftime show, it was clear the audience was in for something different. The pop artist arrived in classic Gaga mode, leotard and rhinestones to boot—but the telling sign was the harness on her waist, equipped with wires to make her fly. After covering Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land"—the most political Gaga got during the halftime show—she made history with the most magical entrance ever, as she zipped into the stadium.
Lady Gaga's Super Bowl theatrics didn't stop there. During her eight-song set, which included "The Edge of Glory," "Poker Face," "Born This Way," "Just Dance," and, closer, "Bad Romance," she performed on a handful of different stages. She played the piano. She played the keytar. She talked on a telephone that looked like a shard of a broken mirror, lit up neon pink, during "Telephone." She also underwent an outfit change—discarding her dazzling bodysuit for a football jersey-like crop top—and a makeup change, removing the glittering eye patches she opened the show with.
Relive Gaga's performance over and over again below.
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