Lady Gaga is making sure that her Super Bowl performance will be a memorable one that could help reunite the American people. It has been a difficult beginning to the Trump presidency as there have been many protests and much hatred on social media around the country that has divided the country on a lot of issues.

However, the Italian-American singer from New York City believes that her Super Bowl performance in Houston, TX will send a strong message to the public. Lady Gaga is adding a touch of art to a sporting event, and the combination of these elements could add equality to the country by accepting and loving thy neighbor regardless of their race, sex, or creed.

What to expect from the halftime show

The artist previously mentioned that she will go all-out to make sure that the halftime show is one for the ages, by adding certain elements that may even put her life in danger. It will be an important day for the singer as the "Joanne" performer has had dreams of performing at the Super Bowl since she was a child.

The rehearsal for the event will be different from previous Super Bowl events as she will practice in her own backyard, where many of her performers are camped out. Lady Gaga wants to perfect her routine to ensure that there are no wardrobe malfunctions at the event, taking a dig at the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show when Justin Timberlake appeared to expose part of Janet Jackson's chest while performing.

Who should feel special this year?

As previously mentioned, the New York native's performance is for everyone, but there is a special group of people that she hopes will be inspired by it: "Essentially, that kid that couldn't get a seat at the cool kids table and that kid who was kicked out of the house because his mom and dad didn't accept him for who he was?

That kid is going to have the stage for 13 minutes," she said in a press conference Thursday in Houston. "And I'm excited to give it to them."

Much like Lady Gaga herself, outcasts will feel loved and appreciated at a time in this country's history where many minorities no longer feel safe walking out on the street and expressing who they are to the world.

Tony Bennett will also perform with the singer at the event. The pair previously recorded an album together in 2014 called "Cheek to Cheek," and the collaborative effort garnered the artists a Grammy.