The Clinton presidency fan pop star’s moment focused on women’s rights and latest Trump’s immigration ban
“We’re here to make you feel good,” the controversial artist said to her fans. Women’s rights, LGBTQ minority’s rights and ethnic group’s rights were the main focus of Lady Gaga in her representation.
A vocal Clinton supporter during the presidential campaign, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta generated historical headlines with her political message at the Super Bowl.
Moreover, she was not the only one to take on the president’s policies. Big brands commercials and the National Football League Super Bowl promotions made a common plea for unity and for tolerance.
“Inside these lines, we may have our differences, but recognize there’s more that unites us,” Forest Whitaker also commented.
Some of the rumors speculated that the NFL tries to convince Lady Gaga to keep her stage performance apolitical, but later on the claim was dismissed.
“They’ve been super supportive. They have been there every day at the rehearsal space with us and cheering we on while I rehearse,” she declared before the event.
But there were other call for unity moments also: Simone Biles, Harry Belafonte and veteran Nate Boyer were offered standing ovations by the public that was definitely left with an unique memory of the night.