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8 December 2011, 09:44
The 'Marry The Night' singer not at all nervous while filming her new music video about struggling to make it in the music industry.
Lady Gaga has been described as "fearless" on the set of her autobiographical music video for new single 'Marry The Night'.
A regular collaborator of the 'Born This Way' singer says it was difficult for him to watch filming of the video because it was so personal for Gaga and charts her struggle to secure a recording contract.
"It wasn't easy for her to get started in the music business, and I was there early on when she was already taking extreme risks," Fernando Garibay told MTV News. "It's tough to watch, 'cause I've seen that happen, some of those parts.
"I don't think she's nervous at all. She's fearless. She really put a lot of herself out there this time."
"It's nice for the public to see the story and what happened and the true expression of herself in video," he explained. "She's been wanting to tell the story, so she finally got the opportunity."
Gaga revealed earlier this week that work is progressing well on her upcoming third studio album and even admitted she has already decided on a name for the record.