No flair, don't care!
Just four hours before she was due to take the field at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Feb. 7 to perform the national anthem at Super Bowl 50, Lady Gaga was lounging bare-faced in bed with her dogs.
The superstar singer shared a makeup-free selfie before the big game and urged her 14.3 million followers to get their snack menus in order before kickoff.
"I CANT WAIT TO SING FOR YOU ALL," she wrote, adding, "get your dogs and chicken wings marinating it's almost game time!! 🍗🌭🍕"
About 40 minutes later, she revealed she'd finally started getting ready for her big performance. Gaga shared a snapshot of two sky-high Gucci heels -- one red-and-white striped, the other one a dark blue stiletto covered in glitter and spikes.
"Red White and Sparkly Blue. Thank you Alessandro for my beautiful custom outfit tonight! #gucci," she captioned the pic, calling out Gucci's new creative director Alessandro Michele.
Although Lady Gaga, 29, and professional football don't seem like a natural pairing, Gaga says performing at the big game has been a lifelong dream.
"I've always wanted to sing the National Anthem at a major sporting event since I was a little girl," she told NFL.com, calling her chance to deliver "The Star Spangled Banner" at Super Bowl 50 "one of the highest honors of my career."
She says the late Whitney Houston's 1991 Super Bowl performance was a huge inspiration to her. "When I was little, I used to stand at the top of my staircase and sing her version," added Gaga, who was just 4 years old when Whitney belted out the national anthem before Super Bowl XXV.
"At home, the more I would sing it, the more my dad would be like, 'You're getting pretty good, kid.' So now, to sing it to America, it's wonderful."
Lady Gaga -- who will celebrate her one-year engagement anniversary with "Chicago Fire" star Taylor Kinney on Valentine's Day 2016 -- is also scheduled to perform at both the Grammy Awards and the Oscars later this month.