Lady Gaga’s Telephone Video
March 12, 2010 by USA Post
The video for the track is a mini-movie which sees Lady GaGa in a women’s prison, before she’s released to team up with Beyonce and commit more crimes.
GaGa also gets almost nkd in the promo, but for a few bits of precise pixellation and some carefully-placed gaffer tape.
On March 11, US TV Station E! News premiered Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” video, featuring Beyoncé. The epic video, full of prison scenes, intrigue, and s-e-x appeal, is now available on Vevo.com in the US and internationally via YouTube.
The “Telephone” video picks up where Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” video left off, beginning with Lady Gaga in prison and including a scene in which Beyoncé comes to her rescue. Directed by Jonas Akerland, who also directed “Paparazzi,” the video is said to be inspired by Quentin Tarantino.
Lady Gaga and Beyoncé previously collaborated on the video for “Video Phone,” which premiered in November. That song first appeared on Beyoncé’s album I Am…Sasha Fierce.
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