Lady Gaga NOT “At War” With Super Bowl Halftime Show Producers, Despite Claim
Lady Gaga is NOT “at war” with Super Bowl Halftime Show producers over her decision to include specific lyrics from the song, “Born This Way,” despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told it’s “untrue.”
According to the repeatedly discredited RadarOnline, Gaga’s performance during the Super Bowl 51 Halftime Show caused a “huge uproar” with the show’s producers, after the star chose to sing a particular verse from her hit track, “Born This Way.” The reportedly “controversial” lyrics included, “No matter gay, straight or bi. Lesbian, transgendered life. I’m on the right track, baby. I was born to survive.” A so-called “source,” however, tells the outlet, “She was not supposed to include that entire segment in the song. The producers were absolutely mortified.”
The website’s questionable insider further contends, “Lady Gaga was given strict instructions not to make any political statements during the show.” “Gaga knew that she had to give something to her fans and to the world that would make her performance stick out. And it did,” concludes the tipster.
But Gossip Cop investigated, and a rep for the singer exclusively assures us the report is 100 percent “untrue,” as Gaga is not “at war” with Super Bowl producers over her song choices for the show. In fact, producers of the iconic halftime show were well aware of what Gaga intended to sing during her performance, and any reports claiming otherwise are simply false. Once again, the often disproven webloid has seemingly concocted yet another fake news story.