A look back at the strongest year of Lady Gaga's career.
Lady Gaga kicked the year off with a once-in-a-lifetime performance at the Super Bowl LI Halftime Show in Houston, Texas. Millions tuned in to see her descend from the roof of NRG Stadium and play her biggest hits during what was named one of the greatest Super Bowl shows of all time.Watch the show
Shortly after the epic performance at the Super Bowl Halftime Show, “Million Reasons” shot straight to the top of iTunes charts around the world. The power ballad struck chords with millions of fans and went on to become one of Gaga's biggest hits ever, reaching over 100 million streams on Spotify and earning her a nomination at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
Gaga and Jonas Åkerlund teamed up for a surprise music video for the fan-favorite “John Wayne” that was highly praised within the monster community. Bright visuals paired with such a punchy song served as great candy for both the ears and eyes.Watch the video
No time to rest! Fresh off the heels of her breathtaking Super Bowl Halftime show, Gaga took the stage with metal icons Metallica at the 2017 GRAMMY Awards for an insane performance of “Moth Into Flame.”Watch the performance
In April, Gaga added another show to her string of massive gigs when she headlined America's hottest festival Coachella with a brand new show filled with fan favorites such as “Bloody Mary,” “Scheiße,” and “Venus.”Watch the show
Surprise! Gaga fininshed her Coachella set with a brand new song called “The Cure,” which she dedicated to her fans. “You cure me every time with your love,” she told the crowd. Despite not getting a video treatment, the song went on to become a radio and streaming hit across the globe.Stream the song
Starting in August, Gaga embarked on the Joanne World Tour. A beautiful symphony of state-of-the-art visuals, impeccable vocal chops, and that signature Gaga flair, the show is certainly one not to miss. This tour also marks the first time Gaga played (and sold out!) stadiums in her homecountry.Get tickets
In September, Gaga teamed up with Netflix and Chris Moukarbel on Gaga: Five Foot Two, a doc showcasing a year in Gaga’s life. We laughed, we cried, we connected with Gaga on a level we have’t had before.
Starbucks partnered with Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation to launch the “Cup of Kindness” collection. For a limited time, special drinks were served at Starbucks (some served by Gaga herself!) and 25 cents of each cup went towards the foundations’ initiatives, such as Channel Kindness. Right now in Starbucks stores, special Joanne-themed gift cards are also being sold, with intentions on raising more money for the foundation.Donate
Lady Gaga couldn’t attend the 2017 American Music Awards, but that didn't stop her from stealing the show with a debut performance of “The Cure,” streamed live from her sold-out show in Washington, D.C. Not only did Gaga perform, but she also staged her own red carpet and totally owned it in an Alaïa dress. When will your fave?Watch the performance
In December, rumors started to speculate that Gaga was close to signing a deal to have a residency in Vegas. She confirmed the news herself — Starting December 2018, Gaga will be kicking off her Las Vegas residency at the MGM Park Theater. We can’t wait to see what’s up her sleeve!