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Lady Gaga's 14-minute video for 'Marry The Night' has arrived, but if you haven't got time to watch it all, here's our handy guide to one of the star's most-anticipated videos.
In the prelude to Lady Gaga's 'Marry The Night' video the singer is wheeled away on a hospital bed by two sinister nurses after having a mysterious operation.
Gaga is ordered to refrain from intimacy for two weeks following her 'operation', while a long-haired nurse tends to some strange bruises on the singer's back.
A forlorn Lady Gaga tells the nurse, "I'm gonna make it. I'm gonna be a star. You know why? Because I have nothing left to lose."
Gaga reappears as an elegant ballerina and gives an emotional performance to an empty ballroom.
The controversial 'Born This Way' singer bares all during this scene. in which she smokes from bed and composes music on a grand piano.
"I'm so dirty," Gaga tells the camera, while covering herself in breakfast cereal and milk.
The singer relaxes in a quiet moment while having a bath and dying her hair in preparation for her attempt at becoming a pop star.
Lady Gaga emerges with glittered shades and tall stilettos and glances at silhouetted figures before heading out to kick-start her pop career.
The leather-clad pop star writhes around on a car bonnet as she launches into the first chorus of 'Marry The Night'.
Gaga heads into the dance studio with a troupe of performers to practice a routine noticeably reminiscent of eighties flick Fame.
Gaga bellows out the song's anthemic chorus while exposing her myriad of body art during a nude bathroom scene.
Lady Gaga makes her directorial debut with this music video, which clocks in at just under 14 minutes in length.
The singer finishes the lengthy video with a passion filled performance on the streets of New York City.