Lady Gaga arrives at the 58th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 15, 2016.
Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl halftime show. Reuters

The Super Bowl 51 game between the The New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will take place on 5 February at NRG Stadium in Houston. Country music star Luke Bryan will sing the national anthem, and Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl halftime show. She sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.

Fans can stream the event live online at Fox Sports GO. Live coverage is also available on the National Football League's (NFL) website.

Lady Gaga had earlier revealed what to expect in her performance in the upcoming halftime show. During an interview on Boston's Mix 104.1 radio show, she said: "My sister was like, 'I know, let's suspend you in the air!'"

"First of all, there's a lengthy process to go through, meeting with the NFL and sort of applying and discussing what you would do in the first place. I think that part of how they decide who is going to come and do the halftime show is based on our ideas and what we want to do," Gaga continued. "They were really excited about the show we wanted to put on. They've been super supportive. They've been there every day at the rehearsal space with us and cheering me on as I rehearse. It's been great."

She added: "I don't want to say anything or give anything away specifically about what you will see during the halftime show, because I don't want to ruin the surprise for everyone else, but I will tell you that it's going to be fantastic and Tony is the best there is, and if he was in it, it would be fantastic!"