I do not care if you love or hate Lady Gaga. I do not care if you loved or hated her Superbowl halftime show last night. Heck, maybe you didn’t even watch it. Yet, if you used any form of social media or turned on just about any channel today, you’d hear everyone’s opinion about her performance. Her “normal” stomach (who even determines what is normal?), whether or not it was political or not, when she did and did not lip sync, what songs she should’ve done instead, why didn’t Beyonce appear for Telephone.. Oh, and don’t worry, there are still the people jammed up from Bey’s performance last year.
We are all, clearly, entitled to our own opinions. I personally don’t think we’re all entitled to be a bunch of @$$holes, but it’s not up to me to give other people the right (or take away that right) away if you choose to do so.
However, for the people who always have to focus on the negative in every situation, maybe you could give positivity and optimism a try someday. If you hate it, then go right on back down Miserable Lane.
I love Gaga and loved her performance.
Here’s five reasons why I’m loving her performance and still lovin’ Gaga.
The Memes and Gifs: I mean c’mon, you’ve got to at least appreciate some of these. I will be using some of these for weeks, probably years, to come.
When I occasionally have a grasp on things…
When I go to eat something that I think is going to be good and it’s not…
How I feel at least once a day…
When I’ve had too much caffeine and I’m texting my friends via my computer getting way too into it…
Her “stomach”: First of all (immediately thinking of this as I write that), y’all are delusional if you think there’s a problem with Lady Gaga’s stomach. Secondly, see previous sentence. Thirdly, girls, especially my dancers, you know what happens when you put on your Capezio or Danskins if they are just a tad too tight, nahmean?! Finally, anyone who has the energy to put on a show like that is clearly in shape so shut it, haters.
I dug up this quote from a previous blog post. I’ve always loved it:
“Some women choose to follow men, and some women choose to follow their dreams. If you’re wondering which way to go, remember that your career will never wake up and tell you that it doesn’t love you anymore.” – Lady Gaga
I’m always in the mood to listen to some Gaga, but her performance had me thinking about her a little more. Here’s over an hour and half of Gaga remixes to workout, drive or work to:
If the above doesn’t work for ya, just click here.
Oh, and the 15 minutes she spent with James Corden…