Friday, May 6, 2011

Lady Gaga re-created controversy with the release of the video for 'Judas'

Stir preceded by criticism garnered by some American Catholic circles, the pop diva Lady Gaga has finally released the video for Judas, the second single from her upcoming album, Born this Way, which will be released in late May. It is a story of motorists Fellini in which the apostles are revolutionary in modern Jerusalem lover like no other music star of the controversy, Lady Gaga got that even before his new video to see the light, the controversy will accompany .

Several Catholic organizations rushed to criticize Americans for a video in question. And in it, the singer turns to the twelve apostles in a troop of riders and she becomes Mary Magdalene. Even without seeing the video, American Catholic congregations dare to call it "offensive and racist towards the Church." However, the day it released the video for Judas, Lady Gaga itself explained that rather than an affront or a challenge to the Catholic religion was what he wanted "a celebration of faith" itself.

"I would like the video speak for itself, but I would say that the main theme and the intended aesthetic portrait in history was a history of motorists Fellini in which the apostles are revolutionary in modern Jerusalem," said Lady Gaga for MSNBC. The singer has been heavily involved in the shooting of the video, which has run half its creative director, Laurieann Gibson.

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