Lady Gaga’s 2017 Super Bowl 51 Pepsi Halftime Show on Sunday will light up the sky with a coordinated swarm of hundreds of aerial drones — forming a shapes as they hover above the Houston’s NRG Stadium in Texas.
The 12-minute halftime show, which is annually sponsored by Pepsi, will feature the multi-awarded singer-songwriter Lady Gaga performing under a shimmering drones, according to a multiple sources familiar with the production, which The Cetureon can confirm. It’s the first time that drones will be used in a live TV event, and the first time the robotic aircraft will appear in the National Football League’s Super Bowl.
Neither Lady Gaga nor the event’s organizers have revealed the set list for the highly anticipated Super Bowl LI (51) halftime show. According to Twitter, the top four singles that the fans and spectators were tweeting about Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show performance are hoping she sings are “Telephone,” “Bad Romance,” “Poker Face” and “Born this Way.” What we know for sure is that the 30-year-old Gaga will be singing and dancing for around 12 minutes before an audience of more than 100 million.
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Along with the rumored drone light display, Gaga also may make her Pepsi halftime show entrance by going down from the roof of the NRG Stadium. She apparently confirmed some speculations about the stunt she’s about to perform on a radio show last week, leaking that it was her sister’s idea to fly her above the pitch.
Meanwhile, the worldwide web was stunned that Beyonce Knowles may make a cameo performance with Lady Gaga during the halftime show, after the latter posted a photograph on Instagram on February 2 with the caption “Houston, you are beautiful,” followed by a bee emoji. However, Lady Gaga banished the rumor on Thursday, saying that Queen Bey will not be joining her on the biggest music stage on the planet. Moreover, the 90-year-old balladeer Tony Bennett, though, is scheduled to appear in a video to introduce Lady Gaga.
The source said the inclusion of unmanned aerial vehicles required clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which has placed a ban on drones at or near the NGR stadium. The FAA declared a 34.5-mile radius around Houston’s NRG Stadium a “no drone zone” on the game day.