AT&T, of course, shares Swift's sentiments. 'We're thrilled to reach a deal to bring Taylor and her unique talents to her fans and our customers in new and exclusive ways. We're excited to get event tickets into the hands of Taylor's fans and exclusive content from the event to our customers and celebrate the combination of one of the world's biggest artists with one of the world's biggest sporting events,' AT&T CEO John Stankey said in a statement released Tuesday.
Lady Gaga, meanwhile, has been tapped to headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show Feb. 5. 'I just want to do what I'm doing right in this moment,' the 'Perfect Illusion' singer recently told E! News while promoting her campaign with Bud Light Music. 'I want to sing and dance and be as close as I can to as many fans and people as possible and bring them together through music and through live performance. That's my calling and that's really what I'm most focused on. I don't have an answer for you of what I want next—I don't really want anything other than to make people happy through music and I hope that I can bring these Joanne vibes to the world.'
Is Taylor Swift Performing At The Super Bowl Half Time
Taylor Swift is headed to the Super Bowl! The Grammy winner will headline DirecTV Super Saturday Night in Houston on Feb. 4, one night before one of the year’s biggest sporting events. With the sudden announcement of Folklore, Swift’s position as the probable Super Bowl performer has definitely shortened. We’re only about six months away from the February 7, 2021 game, which makes Taylor’s appearance more likely. Six months into a press junket for an album is a perfect time frame to position Taylor for the Halftime Show.