Lady Gaga drops 'Stupid Love' music video from upcoming album 'LG6' and little monsters can't keep calm

This video is possibly one of the strangest and most beautiful videos that Gaga has ever done, showcasing her as the pink-clad queen of a futuristic tribe


                            Lady Gaga drops 'Stupid Love' music video from upcoming album 'LG6' and little monsters can't keep calm
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It's freak out time! After all the song leaks, anti-piracy pleas and weeks of speculation, the day has finally come for Lady Gaga's little monsters. The talented artiste has just come out with the first single from her latest album 'LG6' called 'Stupid Love' and has also released an incredible new music video to go with it. The video looks pretty epic in terms of scope, scale and shape. Check it out here now.



 

The singer-songwriter grabbed the Oscar last year with the Best Original Song for 'Shallow'.

This video is possibly one of the strangest and most beautiful videos that Lady Gaga has ever done, showcasing her as the pink-clad queen of a futuristic tribe on a rugged, brave new world of Chromatica that features sparkling crystal boulders, technicolor costumes and pits the "spiritual ones" vs the "kindness punks".

Lady Gaga had dropped plenty of teasers on social media for 'Stupid Love' on February 27. The first hint, which featured her in a shiny, metallic-pink, Flash Gordon-esque tribal costume, had already captured fans' imaginations with its iconic look. Then the 'Bad Romance' singer released not one but two teaser trailers for the official music video, which was promised on February 28 midnight.

Here's the first one that features a lush orchestral score and a strange alien landscape with Lady Gaga evidently queen of the pink people on this magical interstellar world. We can also see her communicate, "All I ever wanted was love..." in her alien dialect, which is also the lyric from the song 'Stupid Love'.



 

Here's the second teaser, which features a fight between two powerful tribal warriors on this strange alien planet. Then Lady Gaga unexpectedly breaks up the battle by using her incredible powers of levitation. We knew the force was strong with this one.

She also repeats her initial yearning from the song's lyrics — that all she ever wanted was love. It's surreal, moving, beautiful and fantastic all at the same time. And all the costumes are magnificent and evidently from the year 3000.



 

Previous to this Lady Gaga single, her fans had been super-eager and overwhelmingly zealous in their efforts to get their hands on her new material. So much so that last month, her stans went a little overboard.

When a leaked version of Lady Gaga's new song 'Stupid Love' first hit the internet, fans started frantically downloading the 30-second snippet, pirating it, uploading the lyrics and even speculating that her new 'LG6' album was just around the corner. Then her music label, Interscope Records, stepped in and denied that the song was genuine, whilst simultaneously scrubbing the internet clean of its presence. After listening to the new leaked song, plenty of memes surfaced with fans rejoicing behind ski masks and going, "Ooh, we're felons now." Miss Gaga had to step in herself and ask her little monsters to curb their enthusiasm.

Lady Gaga at Pride Live's 2019 Stonewall Day on June 28, 2019, in New York City (Getty Images)

But all that's in the past now.

As of today, the 'LG6' era has dawned, and it's a brave and beautiful new world already, thanks to Lady Gaga. Feel free to freak out as much as you like. Lady Gaga fans are certainly going gaga over this one.

"Thank you for saving pop music once again" said one grateful fan. Another follower exclaimed, "QUEEN OF POP OMGGGG WE MISSED U AND WE LOVE U LEGEND."

Another fan said, "ITS SO GOOD MAMAAAAA." Referring to the Lady Gaga song leaks one said, "Us pretending we haven't been listening to this song for two months straight." Another one said, "I HAVE OFFICIALLY ASCENDED TO PLANET."

One more little monster said, "It’s catchy and it can easily get stuck in your head. It’s Gaga being Gaga and that’s all I can ever ask for. Definitely had a 90’s feel to it."

Her fans were overjoyed with the new single and dazzling music video, vowing to get it No. 1 as soon as possible. Look forward to more updates from Lady Gaga's new album shortly.

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