Kelly Rowland has urged Lady Gaga to not "black out" at the Super Bowl.
The ‘Kisses Down Low’ hitmaker headlined the famous half-time show at the sporting event in 2013 alongside her Destiny’s Child bandmates Beyoncé and Michelle Williams and has told her successor to just enjoy the "moment in time".
Asked what advice she’d give the singer, she said: "It happened too fast – it literally happened so fast.
"I remember looking at my feet and the next thing I know we were exiting to the back to leave the field, and I was like, ‘What just happened?’ It happened so fast I would just say have fun, because it’s such a moment in time."
And the 35-year-old singer is looking forward to tune into the performance and is "excited to see what tricks she’s gonna pull out of the bag".
She added to People magazine: "She’s shown us the type of performer she is. I’m just excited to see what tricks she’s gonna pull out of the bag.
"I think a lot of people are excited to tune in because she’s come out of an egg, she’s had meat on her. This woman is just so brilliant and just innovative when it comes to performances, so I’m excited. She’s a sweetheart, so she’s gonna nail it."
Lady Gaga has been busy rehearsing for the show and is reportedly keen to sing "on the roof" of the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
A source shared: "They’re writing up multiple plans about how to safely get her on the roof, including potentially [cutting] a hole in the ceiling of the dome. Trying to figure out insurance for it is crazy."
The Super Bowl will take place on February 5.