Lady Gaga Talks New Video, SXSW On Today Show
March 21, 2014

Lady Gaga appeared on the Today show this morning, to announce that her new music video for "G.U.Y." will debut during NBC's Dateline, of all places, tomorrow night (3/22). The video was originally to accompany "Venus" and is only the second video Gaga has released for last year's ARTPOP album, as the clip for her R. Kelly duet "Do What U Want" has been delayed indefinitely.

Gaga said the "G.U.Y." video shoot was "a very big production. We shot for six days, and it was just such a pleasure working with a whole team… we just had a really great time."

She also defended her performance at SXSW last week, which included an appearance from "regurgitation artist" Millie Brown. The stunt was criticized by some for glamorizing eating disorders. Gaga said this morning that "Millie and I know that not everybody's going to love that performance, but we both really believe in artistic expression and strong identities, and I support her and what she does. ARTPOP, my new album, is about bringing art and music together in the spirit of creative rebellion, and for us, that performance was art in its purest form."

You can watch Gaga's Today interview below:

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In related news, Gaga has added more shows to her upcoming artRAVE tour, with new dates in Los Angeles (7/22), Phoenix (7/30), Las Vegas (8/1), Lake Tahoe (8/2), Salt Lake City (8/4) and Denver (8/6).

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