Lady Gaga gets sexual in 'G.U.Y' video

Lady Gaga in her latest video, G.U.Y.

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Lady Gaga in her latest video, G.U.Y. (YouTube/Screen grab)

Julia Alexander, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:56 PM ET

If you think a four minute Lady Gaga video is interesting, you better strap yourself in for her latest twelve minute short film.

After releasing a preview clip for her latest single G.U.Y early Saturday afternoon, Gaga released a full length version of the video that same evening.

The newest song off of Gaga’s recently released ARTPOP album has been generating a lot of noise for the artist, after she was vomited on last week during a live performance art piece for the song at the annual Austin, Texas festival, South by South West.

Clocking in at just under twelve minutes, Gaga’s latest video is as extravagant and odd as one would expect it to be, with less than subtle hints at an underlying message beneath the pop fueled chorus and verses, similar to Kanye West’s Runaway.

The video starts off with Gaga lying face down in a ditch, a pair of feathered wings attached to her back, with an arrow lodged through her chest. She stumbles, for what appears to be quite a long distance, before exasperatedly falling to the floor, only to be picked up and carried around to the back of the mansion she’s luckily fallen in front of, by a cavalcade of Illuminati looking, masked individuals.

She’s then placed into the hands of other strange looking synchronized dancers (remember, this is a Gaga video), and appears to be effectively drowned before rebirthing in a feathery white outfit, even sporting a large feather hat.

“Greetings from Eros, God of sexual desire, son of Aphrodite. Lay back, and feast as this audio guides you through new and exciting positions,” Gaga proclaims as she jumps into the track.

From this point forward, the video for G.U.Y is easily one of the most provocative Gaga has ever put out, full of sexually insinuating situations and scantily clad bodies.

Between the heavy make out sessions and semi-erotic dancing, Gaga does continue the visual oddities that appeared in the first half of the video. The feathers even make a comeback toward the end.

The video seems to go through three specific stages: a futuristic, space ship looking interior, a bank, and a Greek looking abode with a decadent pool.

Each setting is stacked with men and women indulging themselves, which isn’t too out of the ordinary for the shock value addicted pop star.

With that being said, G.U.Y is still one of Gaga’s most suggestive, if not the most suggestive video to date.

Between this and the vomit stunt, it’s a wonder the actual album can live up to its visual predecessors.


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