Super Bowl LII and Halftime Show will be broadcast by NBC from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota. Her latest endeavors include her 2018 Beautiful Trauma World tour, which is set to kick off on March 1 in Phoenix.
The 38-year-old singer has agreed to take on the big task at the forthcoming sporting event, which will be televised live before the game kicks off, on February 4 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, the National Football League and NBC have confirmed today (08.01.18).
The American singer, songwriter and actress has sold over 50 million albums worldwide and won numerous awards for her music, including three Grammys on 18 nominations, six MTV Music Video Awards and two People's Choice Awards.More news: Senate Vote May Be Coming on FCC Net Neutrality Rules
The NFL made the announcement Monday morning. Gaga would move on to the halftime show previous year, joining an impressive list of performers, but not actually leaping from the top of the stadium.
Everyone's favorite punk-pop princess, Pink, has officially been confirmed as the singer of the national anthem for Super Bowl LII. Last year, Lady Gaga played the halftime gig after singing the anthem the year before.
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The pair repeated the same questions and answers a few times before an excited Jimmy asked: "You're doing the Halftime Show at the Super Bowl?" "I'm really looking forward to 2018".
We have no doubt that both Wailes and Pink will do an fantastic job when the Super Bowl rolls around next month.More news: Ford Debuts Details on Diesel F-150 Pickup