Ladies, lads and Little Monsters, Lady Gaga is performing at next year’s Super Bowl!

The “Perfect Illusion” singer announced on Twitter this morning that the rumours were in fact “no illusion”. She really is putting on a halftime show at the 51st Super Bowl, set for February 5, 2017.

The announcement came in just a week after Lady Gaga’s release of “Perfect Illusion”, the first single off her fifth studio album Joanne, due October 21.

This will be the first time the Grammy-winning pop star headlines the Super Bowl, though she appeared at this year’s game to sing the American national anthem and earned positive reactions.

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The 2016 Super Bowl halftime performer was Coldplay. The British band were joined by Beyoncé and Bruno Mars, who’ve headlined the show in 2013 and 2014 respectively.