Lady Gaga Featured in Tiffany & Co.'s First Super Bowl Commercial

Lady Gaga flaunting her assets at Los Angeles streets

The Mother Monster spoke with Boston's Mix 104.1 radio show Karson & Kennedy on Tuesday (Jan. 31) and gave some more teases of what we can expect from her massive upcoming performance - including possibly flying in the air through Houston's NRG Stadium. Gaga topped her entire look off with cool mid-calf blue booties with a chunky red heel - she looked like Uncle Sam.

She told them that she had to meet with the National Football League and kind of apply and discuss what she would do in the first place. They've been super supportive.

They add, "If you're gonna put on a show for billions THIS IS THE ONLY SHOW".

She simply said that the only statements she'd make during her performance are "the ones that I have been consistently making throughout my career".

Amid inquiries about costume changes, special guests and her setlist during a press conference on Thursday, Lady Gaga was posed a question that has intrigued elements of the media ahead of Super Bowl 51 nearly as much as the game itself: whether her half-time concert on Sunday will feature a critique of Donald Trump. Her large spectacle was incredibly hyped as her shows are often over-the-top and intricate.

Lady Gaga, 30, looked incredible at the Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Half Time Show Press Conference at Superbowl Media Centre in Houston, Texas on February 2nd. "We really do. We love this country and we know they'll be watching".

The NFL has said they have not and will not muzzle the performer from talking about Trump or anything else during the half time show.

Lady Gaga also didn't want to reveal her pick between the Falcons or the Patriots! The singer has been rehearsing for the big stage for the past several weeks, sharing much with her 21 million Instagram followers. "Tony always encourages me to just tell the story of the songs", Gaga said.

In the past, Gaga's attention-getting performances have ranged from dressing in raw meat to taking sexual assault victims to the Academy Awards. This isn't like Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' show, where we all knew it'd be a bunch of past-their-prime dudes singing their hits.