Anyone who watched this year’s Super Bowl knows that Lady Gaga’s Halftime Show featured non-stop, perfectly choreographed dancing from the pop star, but now we have proof that Mother Monsters’ vocals also brought their A-game.
An isolated track of Gaga’s vocals from her now iconic Halftime performance have been uploaded online, and display 13-minutes of Broadway-quality vocals from the singer, who only took a short break from moving to play the piano during her pitch-perfect performance of “Million Reasons.”
Showing that she truly is a superstar, Gaga passed on a backing track, instead showing the millions of people tuning in around the world that she could essentially run a half marathon while delivering album-quality vocals.
The New England Patriots may have finished this year’s Super Bowl with the most points, but we know who the real winner was that night. Now, can we focus on how amazing this woman is and not on body shaming trolls?
As for haters who may think that Gaga’s incredible performance was just a fluke, the vocals from Sunday night’s Grammy Awards performance with Metallica have also been isolated, but not in the way James Hetfield’s vocals were isolated. That was just a mic coming unplugged.
— Cal (@CHAINED2JWAYNE) February 13, 2017
And just because we love hearing our favourite artists live, here are Beyoncé‘s isolated vocals from Sunday night as well. Alllll the bonus points for not faltering during the chair stunt. Slay-once, indeed.
Beyoncé’s isolated vocals from her 2017 #GRAMMYs performance.
— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) February 14, 2017