There's just no stopping Lady Gaga. Fresh from her vomit stunt at SXSW, she's been working really hard to reclaim her queen of pop throne.
Mother monster has finally released her latest video, called "G.U.Y." from her "Artpop" album. The video clocks in at 11 minutes and 46 seconds, exceeding her nine-minute "Telephone" video with Beyonce a few years back. And it actually features four songs, opening with a snippet of "Artpop" and "Venus," followed by the entire track of "G.U.Y." and the whole of "MANiCURE" for the credits.
The opening shot of the video shows the pop star with giant wings on her back, face down in the dirt, with an arrow sticking out on her skin while men in suits walk away with her money. The music video is drawn from real-life themes of betrayal from her inner circle.
It also features cameo appearances by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster, and Carlton Gebbia, as well as Bravo personality Andy Cohen.
The 27-year-old singer even tweeted before the release of her video, saying.
Watch the video below!
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