Lady Gaga did right thing and did not go political on her Super Bowl performance this year. Unlike last year’s show where Beyoncé performed her anti-Cop skit, Gaga decided to entertain the audience instead. Well deserve Lady Gaga. Page Six reported: Lady Gaga was flying high during her Super Bowl halftime show, and so is her catalog: the singer has seen a 1,000 percent increase in sales since Sunday’s performance. Gaga, 30, sold 150,000 digital albums on Sunday, Billboard reports, a drastic increase from the approximate 15,000 units she moved just the day before. On Sunday, the “Bad Romance” singer also sold more albums and singles than she did the entire week before her acrobatic performance aired, both in digital and physical copies, racking up 30,000 combined sales.