Lady Gaga’s much-anticipated music video for her single “The Edge of Glory” has just arrived in full during the June 16 episode of “So you think you can dance”. Wearing a two-toned wig and barely-there leather getup, she gets down to the street in a silent night.
In her Twitter she comments the video: “Directed By Haus of Gaga. Fashion from the last collection of the legendary Gianni Versace.”
While the Mother Monster is dancing in all her glory, the saxophonist of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band sits on the stair of one building. He’s wearing long black jacket and has a music instrument in hands.
The song was inspired by the death of Gaga’s grandfather and was written while on the road, as producerFernando Garibay told MTV News. It features one of Gaga’s childhood icons, E Street Band sax player Clarence Clemons, who suffered a stroke over the weekend.
“In bed with Mommy thinking about Clarence,” Gaga stated on Monday in Twitter. “I can’t wait for you to see the beautiful video we made together. He’s a really special person.”
The video is much more scandalous, than her last creations, especially in comparison with to the «Judas» with bible motives. [via Hollywood]