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Lady Gaga to embrace ‘spirit of equality’ at Super Bowl halftime show

By Reuters
03 February 2017   |   5:02 am
Pop singer Lady Gaga says she will embrace the 'spirit of equality' when she performs at the annual Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.

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