Watch: Lady Gaga reveals April 19 release date for 'Judas' single
'Let the cultural baptism begin'
Lady Gaga unleashed the 41st installment of her behind-the-scenes video series "Gagavision," and within it she unveils some lively new details.
First and foremost, the next single from her new album "Born This Way" is set to drop on April 19. "Judas," the lyrics to which Gaga showed off during her Google chat, will feature a video directed by the singer herself, along with creative director Laurieanne Gibson. No word yet if the song will kick off on its own or if the video will drop at the same time.
In "Gagavision 41," though, you can see the "Fame" singer rehearsing dance moves for the clip, a lengthy shot of the entertainer step-for-step with her crew.
Gaga also drops by the front of her Monster Ball concert to address a protester who is warning attendees of hell, for all the "homo stuff." Gaga sounds displeased but dismisses the claims, naturally.
The whole thing ends with a warning of her own "Let the cultural baptism begin."
"Born This Way" is out on May 23, and has already been preceded by its chart-topping title track.
News From Our Partners
- Ranking the Blockbusters with Summer Movie Scorecard 2013 RT on DVD & Blu-Ray: The Last Stand and Side Effects Box Office Guru Wrapup: Star Trek Softer Than Expected at #1
- The Telefile - Veep: The Episode's Best Insults The Telefile - Saturday Night Live: Straight Outta 8H The Telefile - Game of Thrones: Our Weekly Westeros Scorecard
- 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Takes Box-Office Crown With $84 Million 'Arrested Development' Gang: Where Are They Now? 'Star Trek Into Darkness': What's Next For J.J. Abrams And The Cast?
- 'The Voice' Live Round Recap: The Top 10 Perform Beyonce Is a 'Grown Woman' in Leaked Track Ultra Music Festival Dates Announced, Tickets Go on Sale May 21
- Heather Wagner: 'Hot In Orange County' John Barrowman's Surprising New Role WATCH: How A Frog Transformed Kerry Washington's Thinking
- Crosstalk: How does Chris Brown get away with it? For Our Consideration: What do we mean when we call music pretentious? Interview: Michael Cera on the evolution of George Michael Bluth and working in Arrested Development’s writers’ room
- 'Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters': Jeremy Renner Never Read the Script Before Signing On 'Angry Birds' Movie Flies Forward Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique: First Look at the Actress in 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'
- What to Watch Tonight: SYTYCD, Awkward., and the Finales of Grimm, The Game, and DWTS What to Watch Tonight: The Season Finales of Rectify and Hawaii Five-0 and the Series Premieres of The Goodwin Games and Motive Mad Men "The Crash" Review: Uppers Give You Wings!