Lady Gaga’s decadent new music video for “G.U.Y.” features a slew of Bravo-lebrities, including “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stars Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster, Carlton Gebbia and Bravo boss Andy Cohen.
Access Hollywood guest correspondent Johnny Weir chatted exclusively with Gaga about her epic shoot at Hearst Castle, which has not allowed anyone to film there since the movie “Spartacus” in 1960.
“It was funny to me to see everyone from Lisa Vanderpump and [her dog] Giggy to Jesus, how did you create that?” Johnny asked.
“Where we have arrived as a society and how we view things in pop culture, and how everything’s become such a commodity so fast that it’s almost as if a figure like Jesus and a figure like Lisa Vanderpump – everyone sort of starts to sit in the same place on your cell phone,” the singer explained.
Johnny also got the scoop on the singer’s upcoming tour, “ARTPOP Ball,” which will feature an elaborate stage made out of Lucite for maximum Gaga exposure.
“It’s a clear stage and we really wanted to push ourselves to be as innovative as possible with the sphere of the arena. There are a lot of limitations and certain things that you can’t do, so we wanted to push it,” Gaga said. “We had to create the runways in a certain way so that people could pass through.”
Adding, “[I better] wear panties! Yes, I will or maybe not!”
-- Jesse Spero
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