Brace yourselves for a seriously spectacular show from Lady Gaga this Sunday at the Super Bowl because according to reports, Gaga's much-anticipated Halftime Show will incorporate hundreds of drones to lit up the sky!
The report originally came from CNN, and according to its source, who apparently has a knowledge of the show's production, the Federal Aviation Administration have required Gaga's team to possess a permit to include drones on the show because the agency recently have declared a policy banning drones in the vicinity of Houston's NRG Stadium during the game day.
This particular speculation first came out when an observer captured a video of drones flying over the stadium during rehearsals earlier this week. Check out the video:
Pra quem não viu ontem: vazou a produção do halftime ensaiando com drones formando GAGA em cima do estádio que acontecerá o evento! pic.twitter.com/yQllZpRj6W— Felipe 🏈 (@Felipe_Oif) January 27, 2017
Additional reports also suggests that giant tech company Intel is the one behind the project. If the rumors are true, this would not be the first time for Intel to partner with Gaga. In 2016, the company worked to create Gaga's innovative David Bowie tribute performance during the Grammys.
The 51st Super Bowl is taking place this Sunday, February 5th. The game will kick off at around 6:30 PM EST. We'll provide a LIVE STREAM for you!