From the scenes, themes, locations, and costumes, we have all the details about the highly anticipated video!
Lady Gaga seems to be everywhere these days! The latest Vogue covergirl is gearing up to perform at the Grammys, but HollywoodLife.com has exclusively learned that the singer spent the first week in February editing her video for Born This Way with Director Jonas Åkerlund, where she confronts the recently repealed Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy. “It’s her [Gaga's] love letter to the homosexual community,” our source said.
It took 4 1/2 days to shoot the video in NYC, and as for the costumes, our source confirmed that the singer opted for customized pieces from the Thierry Mugler show — which isn’t surprising since her stylist, Nicola Formichetti, is the Creative Director for the brand. So, what else can we expect to see? “She approaches herself as Gaga in the gender bending video and there are references to Jo Calderone, the male model she portrayed in the September issue of Vogue Hommes Japan.”
Even though Gaga’s busy gearing up for the Grammys, she has been working around the clock editing her video. “The team took over two suites in the Greenwich Hotel for editing, and the singer only works at night, from 10:30 pm to 7 am, because she spends all day rehearsing for the Grammys.”
Are you excited to see the final product?