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Lady Gaga 'Marry the Night' Video Released


The self-directed 14-minute spectacular hits the web

"It's not that I've been dishonest, I just that I loathe reality," Lady Gaga says in a voiceover a the beginning of her 13-plus-minute, self-directed video for "Marry The Night." And everything that follows, while it's said to be based on real-life events, is certainly from a land of make believe.

The video kicks off with Gaga being rolled down a hallway in a hospital, thinking out loud about life, the color mint and the stunning posterior of the nurse wheeling her bed. From there the video dives through a series of surreal (and sometimes naked!) scenes that include some of our favorite things, including bedazzled denim and cars on fire.

And after about eight minutes when the song actually starts? It's pretty bad-ass. Fresh from a course at the Tawney Kitaen School of Music Video Dancing, Gaga writhes on the hood of a car. Later, she turns the dance classes we know from Fame or Save The Last Dance on their heads and shows us hot, seedy scenes of kids dancing under bridges, scenes from what we can assume is her life and even shots of herself in the bathtub.

Sound confusing? Just watch it. You might not walk away understanding much more, but you'll definitely have a new favorite video.

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