While millions of Americans will be gathering together to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night, many are wondering what Lady Gaga will do during her halftime performance. It's expected that the controversial singer will get political, prompting conservatives to speak out against what might happen.

Tomi's take

With the candidacy and eventual election of Donald Trump, celebrities in Hollywood have been more political vocal than in years past. Whether it's voicing their views on social media or talk shows, or using their acceptance speeches during award shows to get their point across, it's become commonplace for some of the biggest names to give opinions on the current events in American politics.

Earlier this year, legendary actress Meryl Streep used her six-minute acceptance speech at the Golden Globes to target and criticize Trump, in a theme that would carry over to the SAG Awards. Lady Gaga has also been outspoken, with a Super Bowl half-time performance that could become anti-Trump in nature. As seen on her offical Twitter account on February 5, conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren is not happy about it.

Over the last year, Tomi Lahren has become one of the rising stars in right-wing social media circles.

Lahren mixes her good looks with a loud and outspoken political view, siding with Donald Trump and others as she hosts her own show on The Blaze TV. On Twitter Sunday afternoon, Lahren went after Meryl Streep and Lady Gaga leading up to the Super Bowl.

"My plea to Lady Gaga.

Show up in an egg or a meat dress or whatever just for the love of God, don't make it political," Tomi Lahren tweeted out. In a follow-up message on Twitter, Lahren then went after Meryl Streep. "Anyone check on Meryl Streep today? So much 'non-art' going on in Houston," Lahren wrote, before adding, "She's probably breaking out in elitist hives.

#Super Bowl"

Trump on Super Bowl

As Tomi Lahren and others worry about what will happen during the Lady Gaga halftime show, Donald Trump appears to be concentrated on the actual game. During an interview with Bill O'Reilly on Sunday, the billionaire real estate mogul made his prediction about the Super Bowl. "I don’t even know what are the odds, I guess it’s pretty even," Trump said, while concluding, "I'll say the Patriots will win by 8 points."