Good news for all Lady Gaga fans, gay, straight or whatever.
Her new music video — “Alejandro” — has hit the Web. But don’t expect another colorful, pulpy pop video like “Telephone.”
]]> Steven Klein, this dark, tortured, ominous, but stunning video smacks of 1920s Weimar Germany (think “Cabaret,” “Metropolis,” Fritz Lang’s “M,” and oh yeah, Hitler’s demonic rise to power.) Nothing like German military, religious and futuristic homoerotic fetish images wrapped up in fishnets. Only Lady Gaga would combine a Spanish beat to pre-war Germany imagery. This girl goes through genres like Madonna went through… men? As for the theme? Well, apparently, it’s about Lady Gaga’s friendships with gay men. She explains that theme is about the “purity of my friendships with my gay friends, and how I’ve been unable to find that with a straight man in my life. “It’s a celebration and an admiration of gay love–it confesses my envy of the courage and bravery they require to be together. In the video I’m pining for the love of my gay friends–but they just don’t want me to be with them.” Stop, you’re making us so sad! Follow Zap2it on Twitter and Zap2it on Facebook for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news.