Lady Gaga cemented her place in pop music history by giving a stunning performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, which had a rousing medley of her past and current songs, like The Fame‘s “Just Dance” and Joanne‘s “Million Reasons.” The performance was quite the spectacle: she began her set singing on the top of the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas (which stands 79 meters, or the equivalent of 24 floors), then leapt off to land at the stage on the field. It was proven that the leap was pre-recorded, but it was still ~majestic~.
Now, the singer is giving a peek into how she and her dancers prepared for the 13 minute performance, with a behind-the-scenes look at the studio.
Watch the video below:
The video shows Gaga practicing the “Bad Romance” choreography, as well as the aerial stunts she did at the start of the performance. We also got to see the costumes up close (like the studded football), including those that did not make it to the show.
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