If you thought you were Lady Gaga’s biggest fan, well think again. Reports say that ‘Alejandro’ is a Russian billionaire who paid the singer $1 million to appear in her latest video. (Yes $1 MILLION!!)
The 30-year-old mystery billionaire, identified only as "Arkady," is reportedly a huge Gaga fan who wanted to be in her latest 9-minute mini-movie. When asked to comment, he responded, "Yes it was me in the clip, but I can't give further details."
Unbelievable! Would you pay $1 million to be in a Gaga video?
Lady Gaga steals the show again, and this time, it's at her sister's graduation. The controversial singer wore a surprisingly conservative outfit (for her at least) at the ceremony on Tuesday. Her younger sister, Natali Germanotta, graduated from New York City's Convent of the Sacred Heart.
Gaga wore a nude lace bodysuit with a Chinese hat covered by a black veil. Good thing she left her rosary beads at home for this occasion.
Katy Perry took to her Twitter yesterday to hate on Lady Gaga's "Alejandro" video. Evidently, Katy was a little offended by Lady Gaga's use of the catholic church. She tweeted, "Using blasphemy as entertainment is as cheap as a comedian telling a fart joke." Who knew Katy was so religious? Maybe she's just a little jealous that there isn't half as much hype over her video premieres as there is for Gaga.. Gaga is Queen, Katy. Where have you been?
Lady GaGa's video for her newest single, Alejandro, released only yesterday, features a medley of outfits as can only be worn by GaGa herself from a range of designers. Many of the more eccentric pieces worn in the video were designed by the late Alexander McQueen, including a cape and an elaborate lace headpiece designed by Philip Treacy for Alexander McQueen. The red nun outfit was custom designed by Atsuko Kudo and the noteworthy gun bra worn by GaGa is a custom David Samuel Menkes.
The boys military outfits were custom designed by Emporio Armani, and the shorts and masks they wear are Haus of GaGa.
Check out this sneak peak of Lady Gaga's video 'Alejandro'. This is what Gaga said to somewhat explain her new video...
"It is a celebration of my love and appreciation for the gay community, my admiration of their bravery, their love for one another and their courage in their relationships. To be gay and live openly in this society requires tremendous strenght...I admire it and envy it in some ways. It's something that, as a woman, I don't always wholeheartedly possess."
Let us know what you guys think. Enjoy!