Recording artist Lady Gaga performs at halftime during Super Bowl LI Sunday between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots at NRG Stadium. Reuters

Lady Gaga didn’t just bring the roof down with her Super Bowl LI halftime performance Sunday night in Houston. She perhaps put on one of the best live shows the NFL has seen in years.

With her “little monsters” behind her, the multi-platinum selling artist helped New England Patriots fans forget they faced an 18-point halftime lead when she first rappelled from NRG Stadium’s roof and immediately kicked off a rousing rendition of her hit “Poker Face.” Some were initially worried the New York native and LGBTQ advocate would try to make a political statement against President Donald Trump, but Gaga instead stuck to her hits. Gaga performed “Born This Way” and “Telephone,” then turned to “Just Dance” before slowing the performance down and turning to her piano. Gaga settled the crowd with the powerful stripped down vocals of “Million Reasons.” She closed the set with “Bad Romance” before jumping off the stage and making one of the most acrobatic catches of the night.

Fans immediately took to Twitter during and after the performance, with FOX’s broadcast reporting that on average 41,000 tweets were sent per second during Gaga’s set. That made Gaga one of the biggest trends on Twitter with more than 2.25 million tweets sent as of publishing.

Gaga’s likely to garner even more praise than previous Super Bowl halftime headliners like Beyonce and Coldplay’s Chris Martin from last year, as well as pop star and crooner Bruno Mars.

As for Patriots fans, they’re probably hoping Gaga’s work would help inspire their struggling team.

Check out the full performance below.