Fans can count on Lady Gaga to add her own unique touch to the Super Bowl halftime show.
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Hundreds of illuminated drones will be featured during Lady Gaga's performance, according to a CNN report. While Lady Gaga remained coy when pushed for details on her halftime performance during a news conference, the use of drones required Federal Aviation Administration clearance.
The FAA has declared the airspace around NRG Stadium a "no-drone zone" on Super Bowl Sunday from 4 p.m. to midnight, according to an FAA news release.
A drone was spotted this week during the Falcons practice at Rice University.
Lady Gaga's drone-filled performance will be the first time drones have been used during a halftime show, according to CNN.
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