Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show was the second most-viewed of all-time

Watched by 117.5 million viewers

Lady Gaga‘s Super Bowl halftime show at the weekend was the second most-viewed halftime show of all time, new figures show.

Gaga’s 13-minute Super Bowl halftime show performance featured acrobatics, costume changes, a staged jump from the stadium roof and hits including ‘Poker Face’, ‘The Edge Of Glory’ and ‘Telephone’.

FOX now reports that Gaga’s set was watched by 117.5 million viewers, which just trails behind Katy Perry’s 2015 appearance, which drew in 120.7 million viewers.


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Lady Gaga performs at the Super Bowl

Following her Super Bowl performance, Gaga has also announced a world tour. It will begin in Vancouver, Canada on August 1 and arrive in the UK in October for shows in London, Birmingham and Manchester. Check out her full list of UK dates below. Tickets for the UK dates go on sale this Friday (February 10).

London – The O2 (October 9)
Birmingham – Barclaycard Arena (15)
Manchester – Manchester Arena (17)

It has also been reported that Lady Gaga will perform with Metallica at the Grammy Awards this weekend.

Gaga released fifth album ‘Joanne’, which features songwriting collaborations with Mark Ronson and Father John Misty, plus a duet with Florence Welch, in October.


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