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The singer admits her latest visual represents her life since finding fame.
Lady Gaga has described the music video for her new single 'G.U.Y' is a metaphor of her life.
The singer admitted the 12-minute visual is confusing but serves as reflection of her life since finding fame.
"The video is a journey... written like a visual story," she told Sirius XM. "But it is sort of a metaphor for my life and the many things I've been through. It's indicative of how disorientated I feel in my experience of pop culture... and the pedestals we put people on.
"I'm snapped back into reality with the water and reality television."
However, Gaga also insisted that the clip is "up for interpretation", adding: "There are some really artistic images and some really pop ones. I think the trick is to watch it a few times and you'll catch something different each time.
"It's ok to be confused because the intention was there for to be a hallucinogenic quality when you're watching it, like pop culture acid.
"There is a method to my madness but truly I just want everyone to enjoy it."
The 'G.U.Y' music video, which features resurrections of Jesus, Michael Jackson and Gandhi, is taken from her latest album 'ARTPOP' and follows recent releases 'Applause' and 'Do What U Want'.
Watch the 'G.U.Y' music video below:
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Lady Gaga - G.U.Y. on MUZU.TV.