Prior to New Year’s Eve, you couldn’t open up Facebook, wade your way through twitter or browse YouTube without seeing Lady Gaga somewhere. For almost all of 2011 we were bombarded with Lady Gaga from Dick Clark’s New Year Rockin’ Eve to The Jingle Ball. Ever since New Year’s Eve Gaga seems to be MIA.
Is Gaga graciously giving reverence to her majesty, Madonna, in honor of her recent media blitz? Maybe. Lady Gaga did tweet, “Looking forward to seeing the Superbowl! The halftime show will be wonderful I’m sure. An excuse to drink beer+watch boys in tights. #yes.”
That’s pretty nice, but you gotta be thinking a person who can’t let a week go by without one media appearance must be getting antsy. And you know Lady Gaga would have given her custom pair of Giuseppe Zanotti’s (more precious than her first-born) to do this year’s Super Bowl.
A few hours after Madonna’s “Give Me All Your Luvin’” video clip premiered, Lady Gaga tweeted a link without a description. Of course her little monsters are going to click on it to find out what Gaga is up to. The link was to her video “Born This Way.” Maybe that was a way to tell Ms.Thing her video has over 88 million views—let me see you beat that!
Madonna will also be putting her concert tickets on sale immediately after the Super Bowl, which may have led Gaga to conspicuously tweet she will be releasing her concert’s set-list and photos of the stage on the Tuesday following the Super Bowl. Could this be Lady Gaga telling her fans with dual loyalties that her show is going to be just as great or even better than Madonna’s?
I don’t have a degree in psychology, but I would say Lady Gaga is demonstrating some very passive aggressive behavior. Can Gaga hold tight ’till after game day? It remains to be seen.
Oh yea, I almost forgot Terry Richardson did post this picture of Gaga looking very Madonna-esq holding a football two-days before the Super Bowl. It screams “Bitch, I want that Half-Time Show.”