Lady Gaga goes big in the video for her latest single “G.U.Y. (Girl Under You).” After premiering a two-minute clip on “Dateline,” the Haus of Gaga has unveiled the seven-minute ARTPOP film.
The over-the-top visuals, directed by Gaga herself, were shot over six days at California’s famed Hearst Castle, which has not allowed anyone to film there since the 1960 movie Spartacus.
“The intention of the video was to create something that was a true sort of road map of my journey, being an artist, a pop singer, a creative person,” Gaga told “Access Hollywood.”
Look for avant-garde fashion (Gaga’s wings were made by Jim Henson Studios), synchronized swimmers, and cameos from Bravo’s Andy Cohen (Zeus) and “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” who play her accomplices.
“It’s interesting because in this video… the fashion and the psychotic sort of whimsy is all happening around me and it’s me almost like Alice in Wonderland going through my own rabbit hole in my brain and re-experiencing the past year of my life,” explained Gaga.
Marvel at her latest work of art below.