Lady Gaga, fresh from her killer performance at this years' Oscar ceremony, is set to rock the Super Tuesday XL halftime show when she joins Elton John on stage at halftime today. This will be the duo's first Super Tuesday appearance.
The two artists recently collaborated on an impromptu street party outside Tower Records in West Los Angeles that was attended by hundreds of random passers-by.
Super Tuesday is the only event besides the Super Bowl important enough to use roman numerals. The theme of this year's XLth halftime presentation is "Over the Hill."
The show, according to John guitarist Henry "David" Thoreau, will echo the wide range of promises made on the Presidential campaign, from Donald Trump's vow to deport 11 million undocumented people to Ted Cruz's vow to deport 11 million undocumented people. There will be a symbolic email server on stage that will pump out government secrets throughout the performance. The emails will be shredded and then blasted into the crowd by huge confetti cannons. All in all, something to please everyone.
"In an ideal world, we'd have message songs, celebrate the present and look to the future," Lady Gaga said. "But we're only choosing a president, so there's really no need to get serious."
Super Tuesday XL will be carried on all networks, all the time, and in reruns through November.