Super Bowl Halftime Show: The Most Prestigious Stage in The World

Super Bowl is a sport that is loved by Americans in particular and the whole world. So there is no doubt that the Super Bowl Halftime Show becomes the most anticipated stage of the year.

NTL said 51th Super Bowl Halftime Show with the appearance of Lady Gaga is the most watched music event of all time that reached 150 million television viewers.

HOUSTON, TX – FEBRUARY 05: (EDITOR NOTE: Image has been converted to black and white.) Musician Lady Gaga performs onstage during the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show at NRG Stadium on February 5, 2017 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

The American people have a saying: not all Americans watch music, but every American sees Super Bowl. The Super Bowl is celebrated as a national holiday in the United States. Therefore, Super Bowl Halftime Show has become a prestigious stage of artists. It was compared even more honor than the Grammy.

Super Bowl Halftime Show does not award awards and does not recognize artists’ achievements, but when it comes to performing at the Super Bowl, the United States will know. Apart from that, the performance combined with the designed stage and the convergence of high-end and explosive technology will mark the boldness of the American people. For example, Lady Gaga’s performance at the Super Bowl 51st Halftime Show in 2017. She began the opening of the stadium’s rooftop rooftop show with two songs: God Bless America and This Land is Your Land.

This opening is supported by dozens of American flag-shaped helicopters and turned into a pigeon shape before she flew from the stadium roof to the stage to continue her performance. Sound, lighting, stage effects, vocals and support from the LED team below the stands overwhelmed Americans with their investment in their performances at Super Bowl Halftime Show. . Lady Gaga, after Michael Jackson, was enrolled in the best Super Bowl performances of all time. Even Hilary Clinton praised Laydy Gaga’s performance on her Twitter.

In 2015, Katy Perry after performing at Super Bowl Halftime had XLIX tattoo which was the way to write Roman numbers of the 49th, representing the 49th Super Bowl. The tattoo was on this arm to remember a landmark in her career.