Lady Gaga wants to 'elevate certain little things' on her Halftime performance at Super Bowl.

 

Lady Gaga recently visited the FOX studios in Los Angeles for an exclusive interview with Curt Menefee and Michael Strahan wherein she talked about her upcoming halftime performance at next year's Super Bowl. The interview, which you can watch below, aired today during FOX NFL Sunday Pregame Show.

 

Becoming the next artist to headline the iconic world stage, Lady Gaga wasn't able to hide her excitement and reveals that she's been dreaming about performing at Super Bowl halftime show since a she was a little child. "I've been planning this since I was 4. I know exactly what to do", she said during the interview.

 

 

Explaining how much it means to her performing at the historic halftime show, Lady Gaga said that it's all about 'bringing people together', saying: "For me it's all about giving to the fans and bringing people together who wouldn't usually come together."

 

"The thing is, it's such a big world stage in terms of how many people see it and it's been done so many times."

 

Lady Gaga at the FOX studios in Los Angeles.
Lady Gaga at the FOX studios in Los Angeles.

 

Lady Gaga is also challenging herself to do differently and 'elevate certain little things' on the stage of the Halftime Show that often brings iconic and unforgettable performances and musical stunts. "I think the challenge is to look at it and say, 'What can I do differently? How can I elevate certain little things?' And also make it about the music. I really want to sing for everyone."

 

Lady Gaga performing the US National Anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl.
Lady Gaga performing the US National Anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl.

 

Lady Gaga will be the fifth female artist in history to take the stage of the Halftime Show of Super Bowl. In 1996, Diana Ross was the first female musician to headline the Halftime, followed by Madonna in 2012, then Beyoncé in 2013, and Katy Perry in 2015.

 

The 51st Annual Super Bowl is set to take place at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5, 2017.