Lady Gaga refuses to play Stupid Love at pre-Super Bowl gig, denying the gays everything they want
Lady Gaga, who once had a singing career, performed at a pre-Super Bowl show in Miami, US, and crushed fans’ hopes to hear her unreleased song, “Stupid Love”.
But the 33-year-old stood her ground, and her reaction when throngs of fans shouted “Stupid Love” might not be hung in the Louvre anytime soon, but it’s safe to say a meme was born.
Lady Gaga rolled her eyes so far back she could see herself think after fans chanted ‘Stupid Love’.
Lady Gaga performed at the AT&T TV Super Saturday Night show at Meridian at Island Gardens, re-creating her Vegas residency show Enigma for the Floridian crowd.
Descending from the air, Gaga kicked off the performance by mimicking her Super Bowl half-time performance three years ago.
She joked ahead of the Super Bowl: “I better hear no lip-syncing tomorrow!”
But the show proved to be a test for the superstar’s resilience, as countless fans made their desire for Gaga to sing the song loud and clear.
— GM ❾❻ (@gagamonster96) February 2, 2020
Throughout the two hour show, which saw the star change costume three times, fans couldn’t help but cackle over Gaga’s reactions towards concert-goers chanting “Stupid Love” on several occasions.
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) February 2, 2020
— Skywalker💫 (@LadyGagaXme) February 2, 2020
And, thus, on the sixth day, a meme was born.
Fans carried out the Lord’s work by taking to Twitter to air out their frustration at Lady Gaga not dropping the track.
— 𝕘𝕝𝕚𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣 (@congirlys) February 2, 2020
The back-up dancer appearing to deliver a rude hand gesture saw them be crowned the hero we need but do not deserve.
— Tony (@KeysAndLocs) February 2, 2020
I literally can hear gays screaming for LG6 and Stupid Love on the live stream for Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl show lmaooooo maybe homophobes have a point! pic.twitter.com/KS85PgWG5y
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) February 2, 2020
Me, fully aware Lady Gaga wouldn’t sing Stupid Love still being shocked she didn’t sing Stupid Love pic.twitter.com/vQK0QwTUp3
— Mark (@FarkByMark) February 2, 2020
The fans The artist pic.twitter.com/jc7wBeQXHv
— Blazin' Bad Zula 🇮🇨 (@beardphrodite_) February 2, 2020
— Kidney (@TaylorKinney11) February 2, 2020
— ً (@intojudas) February 2, 2020
Lady Gaga read moving fan latter on stage.
To the packed arena, a single fan threw an envelope on-stage. Mid-performance, she reached down and read it aloud, News Shopper reported.
“In 2014 I fought for my life due to mental illness that stemmed from my own insecurities and life experiences,” Gaga said, reading the letter,
“Without your radiant positivity and encouragement, I don’t know if I would have had the strength to continue to fight to recover my life back.”
She invited the fan on stage and hugged her tightly.
The tear-jerking moment closed a show laced with classics, from “Just Dance” to “Poker Face”, “Telephone” to “Born This Way”.