Ready to rock! Lady Gaga teased her highly anticipated 2017 Super Bowl halftime show during an appearance on Good Morning America on Friday, October 21. Watch what she said in the clip above!
"I am absolutely beyond elated and honored to be doing the halftime show," the singer, 30, told GMA cohost Michael Strahan. "We’ve been already planning it, and thinking of all the different ways we can make this a special experience for the football fans."
Gaga will be incorporating some of her new music into the set. Her fifth studio album, Joanne, dropped on Friday. She last released new music with 2013's Artpop.
"I was thinking yesterday about how wonderful it’s going to be playing maybe a few new songs from the new record at the Super Bowl with my grandmother, who is Joanne's mother," Gaga told Strahan, 44. "She’s blind, but she’ll be able to hear, I think, from the stands, and I think it’ll be a proud moment for our family. And that means more to me than anything."
"It's not an illusion. The rumors are true. This year the SUPER BOWL goes GAGA! @nfl @FOXTV @pepsi #PERFECTILLUSION #GAGASUPERBOWL," she tweeted on September 29. Last year, Gaga performed the national anthem at the big game.
Other stars who've previously headlined include Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Beyoncé, Coldplay and Aerosmith.
The 51st annual football championship will kick off at NRG Stadium in Houston on February 5, 2017.
Watch Gaga on GMA in the video above!
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