The wait is finally over for Lady Gaga fans, with pops princess du jour unveiling the video clip for her latest single Judas overnight.
Fans were treated to the video in full overnight after a leaked copy spread across the Internet.
The clip is sure to raise the ire of religious groups as Gaga retells the the story of Judas Iscariot’s betrayal of Jesus, with the singer dressed as a leather-clad, motorcycle groupie Mary Magdalene.
Judas was directed by Gaga and her creative director-choreographer, Laurieann Gibson.
Gibson told E! that Judas would be just as controversial as anything she’s done before.
“I’ve been waiting my whole life [for this]. I’m really blown away by it,” Gibson said. “You might cry, and not for the visual content, well you might because the visual is beautiful, but [fans will] be proud. It’s almost like the struggle is over. It was amazing.”
Gaga has called the filming and directing of the video “the most exciting artistic moment of my career. It’s the greatest work we’ve done.”
Earlier this week Gaga revealed another song from her highly-anticipated new album Born This Way.
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Pop’s first lady drops her highly anticipated third album on May 23.
She is due to visit Australia in July to promote the album before returning for a tour at the end of the year.