Lady Gaga Drops Final ‘You and I’ Fashion Video: Gets Fake Married [Video]

Lady Gaga kisses her fiancé Taylor Kinney while getting fake married in the final video for her song “You And I”.

Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney have just celebrated their first anniversary as a couple. And now it seems the 26-year-old is taking her relationship with boyfriend to the next level – at least on film.

The two dress up as bride and groom in her fifth and final fashion film for Gaga’s hit song You and I, writes The Daily Mail.

The startling singer has been releasing the series of fashion films since September 2011, with each of the five starring a character from the original music video.

In her installments Gaga shows a wide range of different styles, with everything from a black leather bondage outfit to a white pristine bridal gown.

In the first film, the singer went “au natural, playing an unusually bare-faceda nymph-like character, wearing only a simple slip and ballet slippers”.

Gaga, known to post intimate thoughts and photos on her website, uploaded an image showing the pair skinny-dipping while he embraced her for a passionate kiss.

The second fashion-video stares the singer covered in metal wires, channeling her male alter ego, Jo Calderone and in her third she was dressed as a scantily clad mermaid.

To launch her final installment of fashion-films, Gaga teamed up with photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin.

Earlier this week, the controversial singer stepped out in Bulgaria wearing what appeared to be a real fur coat as she left her hotel carrying a puppy.

She later lashed out her fans in disappointment, having tweeted: “For those press and such who are writing about whether or not my fur is actually real, please don’t forget to credit the designer HERMES. Thank You! LOVE, gaga”

In a post on her website, she accused animal rights campaigners of being ‘violent, abusive, childish.’ ‘You see a carcass, I see a museum pièce de résistance,’ she wrote.

Meanwhile, the singer has returned to her roots and is officially a brunette again, or, as Gaga likes to call it, Louis Vuitton Brown.

“Definitely feeling less blond lately and little more progressive brunette,” the pop star tweeted. “I am LOUIS VUITTON BROWN. BITCH THATS LV”

Platinum blond locks has become her signature since her breakout hit “Just Dance” dropped in 2009. And while Gaga’s always been one for colorful hair risks, it’s nice to see her go au naturale.

Last week, she posted a letter to her Little Monster website. The singer opened up about the ups and downs of the past year, Celebuzz reports.

“Today is a really happy day for me,” she wrote. “The past year was a challenge, and I’m so happy to have my spirit back. I felt in chains at times.”

“I’m supporting & sending love to Beyoncé & the UN for WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY #whd2012″ Gaga tweeted over the weekend in support of her friend Bey‘s work for the cause.

Last week the Monster ringleader also revealed via Twitter that she has recorded a collaborative track with Kendrick Lamar which is due on September 6.

“I am so excited to announce that a record I’ve been working on has now become a collaboration with @KendrickLamar for HIS ALBUM,” she tweeted.

“@KendrickLamar and I are dropping the record on SEPT. 6. It’s called PARTYNAUSEOUS,” she added in a following tweet, which has since been deleted.

The Black Hippy rapper wrote back to GaGa, “This song. Sounds like your ready to rally in Compton with me. is this true?”

Explaining what the song was about, the startling pop star wrote, “I wrote ‘PARTYNAUSEOUS’ about Jakarta, and my relationship with that country. Wishing I could ‘get high with the enemy’ and make peace.”

She went on, “Once @kendricklamar + I started talking about life + his forward thinking views about love + hip hop, the song became something more.”

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