Gaga is one of the hottest GUYs we’ve ever seen! And no, that’s not a diss — G.U.Y. stands for Girl Under You, so it’s no surprise that in the music video, the singer gets sexier than ever.
Lady Gaga keeps delivering hit after hit, and “G.U.Y.” is no different. The video premiered on March 22 and included everything from Gaga’s super long white wig and a half-dressed woman bird to the recreation of Michael Jackson. Once again, the singer doesn’t disappoint and looks amazing. Watch the video here!
Lady Gaga’s ‘G.U.Y.’ Video
The video, fully titled “G.U.Y.: An ARTPOP Film” is 11:46, so of course it’s quite the video to watch. A few things to point out – - the song begins talking about the “God of sexual desire, son of Aphrodite,” and Zeus is no other but Andy Cohen. No, I’m not kidding. It goes even further with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as the chorus. The extravagant video was shot at Hearst Castle in San Simeon, Calif.
Who knows if Bravo got a piece of the pie for this video, but regardless, everyone looked hot and it was perfect for the sexy video. Gaga as usual looked stunning and stripped down to a white one-piece at one part, then rolled around on the ground in nothing but that long white wig later on — made us flashback to Britney Spears in that skin-tone body suit.
Regardless, check out the video here and let us know — is it Gaga’s sexiest yet?
Gaga’s Video: ‘It Wasn’t Meant For The Today Show’
On March 21, Gaga headed to the Today show to discuss the new video, which took six days to shoot. “It wasn’t meant for the Today Show! It was meant for a club performance in Austin,” she said during the interview since the video is a tad sexual for a morning program.
“We had our work cut out for us,” she said, adding that it was “such a pleasure working with the whole team. We just had a really, really great time.”
She also commented on the artist in her — which is the reason behind the vomit-artist who threw up on her on stage at her March 13 SXSW show.
“It’s about art. We both really believe in artistic expression and strong identities, and I support (Millie Brown) in what she does. And Artpop, my new album, is about bringing music and art together in the spirit of creative rebellion,” she said. “But we totally understand that some people won’t be into it.”
— Emily Longeretta