Millionaire display and the 300 drones that flew behind her covered a detail of the Super Bowl: Lady Gaga did not jump live from the top of the stadium. To those who have noticed, congratulations. The rest is attentive to these explanations.
Those who exposed the secret were representatives of Intel, the company in charge of the drone show, who gave details to USA Today. “In February, you can not know what the weather is going to be like. We would hate to plan all this and the speed of the wind or rain would prevent the spectacular show from being seen,” they said. Basically: they did not want to risk ruining a number of 10 million dollars.
That’s how the Super Bowl’s creative team decided to film that part a few days earlier and give it a play just as it peeked out with its harness on the roof. Knowing this, one understands why there was an abrupt cut in the filming that did not follow it every second of the trip to the stage. Recorded or not, Gaga’s merit remains intact.
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