Lady Gaga is riding high in the billboard charts again thanks to her fabulous Super Bowl halftime show.
Following her high-profile gig watched by 100 million viewers on February 5, the singer has three albums in the Billboard 200 album chart including two in the top 10.
Joanne, which the recording artist, 30, released in October, soared more than 60 spots on the chart to No. 2, with sales of 74,000 units, according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.
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Riding high: Lady Gaga’s spellbinding Super Bowl halftime show has boosted her record sales with Joanne and The Fame reentering the top 10 of the Billboard 200 album charts
Gaga’s solo performance that featured a 13-minute medley of her hits also gave fresh life to her older albums.
Her 2008 record The Fame reentered the chart at No. 6 with 38,000 units sold, while her 2011 album Born This Way landed at No. 25 with 17,000 units sold.
She also topped the Digital Songs chart, which measures online song sales, with her new track Million Reasons that sold 149,000 copies.
Her earlier hits such as Born This Way, Bad Romance and Poker Face also experienced big boosts on the singles chart.
Unstoppable: The singer, 30, pictured at the Grammys Sunday night in LA, also saw her Born This Way album reach no. 25 and her new single Million Reasons top the Digital Songs chart
Meanwhile, the technical glitch that spoiled her Grammys performance with Metallica has been revealed to have been caused by a stagehand.
Seconds before the live duet, a stagehand unplugged a wire below the stage that caused Metallica lead singer James Hetfield’s mic to fall silent, TMZ reported Monday.
Sources connected to the production told the website that Gaga and Metallica’s line check right before their performance of Moth Into Flame was perfect.
But in the seconds between the check and the start of the live set, the crucial wire got unplugged.
It did get fixed but with just seconds to go before the end of the song, making it too late to salvage the highly-anticipated set.
Gaga’s duet with Metallica at Sunday night’s Grammy awards in LA was marred by a technical glitch after a stagehand ‘accidentally’ unplugged the wire to lead singer James Hetfield’s mic
After singing a few non-amplified lines, Hetfield moved to share Gaga’s microphone, solving the issue.
Despite the rusty start Metallica put on a spirited performance, with a crowd-surfing Gaga throwing herself into the show.
Dressed in leather shorts covered in metal chains, worn over a fishnet bodysuit, she certainly looked the part.
But despite the thrilling show, it was clear the sound failure annoyed the band, with Hetfield even throwing his guitar onto the stage in a fury as their performance came to an end.
There she goes: Gaga dived into the crowd for some body surfing as she got into the heavy metal spirit
Metallica fan: Gaga wore an old band shirt for her role as chief stage diver
– Daily Mail