Tom Brady and Matt Ryan won’t be the only bomb throwers at Houston’s NRG Stadium when the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons face off in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Just as the National Football League post-season rid the country of the stench of Colin Kaepernick and oppressed multimillionaire anti-American militancy a new image problem has emerged and it’s a big one. The insanely fascistic Hillary Clinton dead-ender Lady Gaga will be performing during halftime in what is normally the most watched television event of the year at this weekend’s big game.
Yes, the NFL has a ticking time bomb on it’s hands as the narcissistic Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta will be unable to help herself from delivering an anti-Trump political statement that will alienate millions and could set off a wave of violence. She could even call for an actual revolution.
There are conflicting accounts that the league has reportedly warned the singer about exploiting the game to make a political statement but the prospect of being fined pales in comparison with the chance to make history.
CBS Sports reports that “2017 Super Bowl halftime show: Here’s a sneak peek what of Lady Gaga has planned”:
Lady Gaga crushed the national anthem at last year’s big game, and now Super Bowl LI is getting a full dose of the pop star. That’s fantastic news if you’re a Lady Gaga fan and a football fan who was disappointed that her appearance at last year’s Super Bowl was so brief.
Country star Luke Bryan will sing the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl, while Gaga will take to the world’s biggest stage for the halftime show, and if the latest rumors are true, she’ll be doing it alone. Well, she’ll have backup dancers, she just won’t joined by any other headlining acts, and it sounds like that’s the way she wants it. Apparently, the 30-year-old singer has been waiting 26 years for to sing at halftime of the Super Bowl.
“I’ve been planning this since I was 4, so I know exactly what I’m going to do,” Gaga said recently. “For me, it’s all about giving to the fans and bringing people together that wouldn’t normally come together.”
There have been some wild halftime shows over the past few years — um, everybody remembers Katy Perry, right — but Gaga seems determined to top them all when she takes the stage at halftime of the Feb. 5 game between the Patriots and the Falcons.
“The thing is, is it’s such a big world stage in terms of how many people see it and it’s been done so many times,” Gaga said. “I think the challenge is to look at it and say, ‘What can I do differently, how can I elevate certain little things here and there and also make it about the music?'”
Apparently, Gaga is literally going to try and elevate things. One report has suggested that Gaga may attempt to do part of the show from the roof at NRG Stadium. There’s also a chance that Donald Trump’s name could be mentioned. If his name does come up, it won’t be a compliment because Gaga is not a Trump fan.
Considering that Gaga was so slavishly devoted to Mrs. Clinton that she wore garb that resembled a Nazi Gestapo outfit during a campaign rally it is probably a damned good bet that she’s going to go rogue.
The hijacking of the Super Bowl would be the ultimate nightmare for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell – even worse than having to present the Vince Lombardi Trophy to Tom Brady – and could be the final straw for owners who have grown weary of the series of embarrassments that have marked his tenure. The big hit to television ratings due to the national anthem protests isn’t an argument in Goodell’s favor.
A rousing call to arms by the fanatical feminist would ironically be an appropriate bookend to a season marked by tumult. Kaepernick’s spitting on the flag and trashing America took place just in time for the season opening kickoffs and a Super Bowl halftime call to world revolution would be one hell of a capper.
Last year’s viewing audience was 111.9 million but should easily be topped by a game featuring Brady dueling it out with the high-powered Falcons offense in what is widely anticipated to be a thrilling shootout.
The game is set to kick off at 6:30 ET on Sunday.