Gaga most recently headlined the 2017 Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Half Time show. Her 13-minute solo performance amassed 117.5 million viewers. Lady Gaga will star alongside Bradley Cooper in the film, “A Star is Born,” set for release in 2018. In 2012, Lady Gaga launched the Born This Way Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering youth, embracing differences and inspiring kindness and bravery. She is also an outspoken activist, philanthropist and supporter of many important issues including LGBT rights, HIV/AIDS awareness and body image issues.
Started over an hour late. Sets were often dark or too obnoxiously bright that it made it difficult to see the performers
Gaga in Omaha
90 minutes late without an explanation. Solid show once she started. Quite the artist.
Gaga was AMAZING!!! But..Started 1 1/2 hrs late!
Loved the show however didn't appreciate waiting 1 1/2 hours standing on concrete for her to bless us with her presence.
lady gaga was outstanding!
entire show was out of this world,incredible!! she is such an outstanding artist that puts her heart and soul into her performance. she transformed the huge arena setting into being intimate and somehow knowing and feeling her,and the stages went across the arena floor so even the "nose bleed" section was able to see,every seat was good! this show was a once in a lifetime event i will never forget! Lady Gaga thank you! you not only nailed it but went way above and beyond!!! Spectacular ......nothing else will ever come close
A great late show.
A great, late show. Gaga was an hour and 45 minutes late. She put on a great show, but this is unacceptable. She seems to be late a lot! Is she related to Axl Rose? The entire production was impressive. The staging was innovative. The lights and dancing were wonderful and the band was tremendous. Again, too late! In this day and age it is just not acceptable. I will not attend another one of her shows.