Lady Gaga — who previously headlined the Super Bowl half-time show — gave a playful warning to this year’s headliners Jennifer Lopez and Shakira before their explosive performance at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium.
“I better hear no lip-syncing tomorrow!” she teased while performing at AT&T TV’s Super Saturday Night concert held at the Meridian at Island Gardens in Miami. The “I’ll Never Love Again” singer belted out the biggest hits in her career including songs like “Million Reasons,” “Poker Face,” and “Just Dance.”
Just to be clear, Gaga isn’t trying to start anything with J.Lo and Shakira. Despite her playful warning, she made it clear that she was a fan of the two Latina performers. “I love you Miami, I love you J.Lo, I love you Shakira,” she said on stage last Saturday.
“I wish so much love and so much luck to everyone that’s doing the halftime show, to both the teams that are playing each other in the Super Bowl,” the singer added. “They’re all champions.”
The singer and actress herself took the stage back in 2017’s Super Bowl halftime show. The concert went on to become the event’s most-viewed in history at the time. The show dominated with a 118 million count in viewership along with 150 million more views across the National Football League’s digital platforms.
Gaga also took the time to express her gratitude to her fans.
“I remember when I played the halftime show and it was one of the most special, beautiful things that’s ever happened to me. So, thank you.”
Laura is a reporter and a gossip columnist for Best in Australia. She focuses on celebrities, science and social affairs in Australia and worldwide.