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Sunday brought the Super Bowl, and along with it, Lady Gaga's much-anticipated half time show—which involved her jumping into the arena wearing wires and a harness, doing a flip mid-air, and pulling off a costume change mid-performance. But it seems that despite all that singing and dancing and the amazing sets, what people really want to talk about most is Lady Gaga's stomach.

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Lady Gaga sported a crop top for the second part of her performance, making her stomach visible to the millions of people watching. Some of those people decided that her midsection was "flabby," and took to Twitter where they basically body-shamed her for having organs and skin.

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I hate to even include these vile tweets. But they're there to show just how troll-y these trolls are. And the good thing is—for every cruel, nasty tweet, there were at least three or four (or more) great ones.

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Remember when Lady Gaga, who's spoken openly about having had eating disorders, had the audacity to gain a bit of weight and South African "rave-rap" band Die Antwoord made a whole song about her, called "Fatty Boom Boom"? SMDH.

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Because we all have skin, and some people, like Lady Gaga, have to have skin thick enough to withstand rude comments from anonymous strangers. So excuse her if that skin sometimes has some goddamn rolls in it.

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Check out Lady Gaga's whole awe-inspiring performance here.

Sources: h/t Look