Report: Lady Gaga to headline Super Bowl halftime show

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Lady Gaga sings the American National Anthem prior to the start of Super Bowl 50. (Getty Images)

HOUSTON – Little Monsters rejoice! Lady Gaga is set to headline the 2017 Super Bowl in Houston, US Weekly reported.

The 30-year-old singer officially signed on to take the stage at the 51st annual football championship at NRG Stadium on February 5.  She’s get 10 minutes to perform — and we can only imagine what she’ll do.

Last week, several news agencies reported Gaga was “in talks” with the organizers.

A little over a week ago, Gaga released a new high-energy single, titled “Perfect Illusion.” It’s the first time she’s released a song that’s true to her eccentric ways since 2014 when “Till it Happens to You” from “The Hunting Ground” soundtrack dropped. That song scored the singer an Oscar nomination.

Hours after the song’s release, the singer also teased her brand new video via Twitter, much to the joy of her fans, whom she affectionately calls her “little monsters.”