“I’ve worked hard towards this moment, and I think it’s an important message to tell my fans: even if you’re going through a dark time… don’t ever give up. You can always make your way back to the other end of that circle and find your happiness again.”
It has just been confirmed that the music video for Judas is 7 minutes long and has cost Gaga $10 million to create!
"Loaded with biblical imagery and religious overtones, the clip is sure to provoke controversy" says E! Online.
Gaga and E! News are teaming up for the world premiere of “Judas,” the controversial and much-anticipated new video from the recording powerhouse. The video premieres uncut and in its entirety Thursday, May 5 at 7 and 11:30 p.m.
The seven-minute, $10 million masterwork will air without interruption and in its entirety, and will be followed by a revealing interview in which Gaga tells our own Giuliana Rancic about her life, music and the uproar already surrounding “Judas.”
Lady GaGa has revealed the video for her next single Alejandro will not be a sequel to the epic Telephone promo which co-stars Beyonce. The third video from her Fame Monster LP is rumoured to be directed by fashion photographer Steven Klein – although in a recent interview GaGa would not reveal if Klein is working on the project.
The Bad Romance singer said:
“I’m so excited about the Alejandro video. Actually, we’re shooting it very soon and I don’t want to say who the director is yet because it’s going to give a lot away.”
GaGa also refused to reveal anymore information about the video stating:
“Are you absolutely mad? I would never, ever tell you! I would be more likely to lie through my teeth to you what the video’s about so that you could all be surprised. But I will tell you it’s not the sequel to the Telephone video.”