Lady Gaga videography

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Lady Gaga performing in a seashell costume.
Gaga performing at the ArtRave: The Artpop Ball Tour in 2014.

American singer Lady Gaga has released three video albums and has been featured in twenty-eight music videos. From her debut album The Fame (2008), she released music videos for the singles "Just Dance", "Poker Face", "LoveGame" and "Paparazzi". In the latter, she portrays a doomed starlet taking revenge on her lover. She reissued her first album as The Fame Monster (2009), preceded by a music video for the lead single "Bad Romance", which won a Grammy Award for Best Music Video and seven MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year in 2010.[1][2] The following year, Jonas Åkerlund directed the music video for "Telephone"—a continuation of "Paparazzi"—which was shot as a short film. The video received an MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year nomination, and was named the Best Music Video of the Decade by Billboard in January 2015.[1][3] For her 2010 video "Alejandro", Gaga received positive review from critics, though she was criticized by the Catholic League that alleged blasphemy.[4]

Gaga's second studio album Born This Way (2011) released the music video for the eponymous lead single, in which she gives birth to a new race. The music video won the Best Female Video and Best Video with a Social Message awards at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.[5] In the following video, "Judas", she portrays Mary Magdalene, and Norman Reedus plays the title role. The video for "The Edge of Glory" consists mostly of interchanging shots of Gaga dancing and singing on the street and was considered the simplest of her career.[6] In the same year, she released "You and I", which focuses on her trying to get her boyfriend back in Nebraska. She also introduces her male alter ego Jo Calderone in the video. Gaga directed her 14-minute video for the final single "Marry the Night", which narrates her story to find success in the music industry, but she ultimately suffers setback.

In 2013, Gaga released her third album Artpop, with "Applause" as its lead single, whose music video includes artistic and complex scenes. The 11-minute video for "G.U.Y." was filmed at the Hearst Castle, and features cameos from Andy Cohen and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars. In 2014, Gaga released a jazz album with Tony Bennett, called Cheek to Cheek, which generated four studio videos showing the recording process. In 2015, she released the music video for "Til It Happens to You", a song about campus rape in the United States. Her fifth studio album, Joanne, was released in 2016, and the music video for its lead single, "Perfect Illusion", was shot in the desert.

Gaga has appeared in television shows, including in guest judging roles in American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, as well as starring in an episode of The Simpsons. She is also featured in several movies and commercials, and has held two Thanksgiving television specials—A Very Gaga Thanksgiving (2011) and Lady Gaga and the Muppets' Holiday Spectacular (2013). Gaga starred in the fifth season of the horror anthology series American Horror Story, entitled Hotel (2015–16), for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film. She has also appeared on its sixth season, entitled Roanoke (2016).

Music videos

Key
 • Denotes music videos directed by Lady Gaga
Akon smiling
Akon had a cameo appearance in Gaga's first music video, "Just Dance".
A photograph of Joseph Kahn at the screening of his movie Detention.
Joseph Kahn directed both "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" and "LoveGame" music videos.
Alexander Skarsgard at the 2012 WonderCon.
Swedish actor Alexander Skarsgård appears as Gaga's boyfriend in the music video for "Paparazzi".
Francis Lawrence smiling at the 2015 San Diego Comic Con International.
Francis Lawrence directed the music video for "Bad Romance".
Tyrese Gibson looks away from the camera.
Tyrese Gibson makes a cameo appearance in the "Telephone" video.
Norman Reedus looking to the front.
Norman Reedus plays the titular role in the music video for "Judas".
Inez and Vinoodh sitting on the sofa holding a mic.
The music video for "Applause" was directed by Inez and Vinoodh.
Lisa Vanderpump smiling towards the camera.
Lisa Vanderpump appears in the music video for "G.U.Y." as Gaga's accomplice.
Catherine Hardwicke smiling while signing some DVDs.
Twilight's film director Catherine Hardwicke, directed the music video for "Til It Happens to You".
Title Year Other performer(s) credited Director(s) Description Ref.
"Just Dance" 2008 Colby O'Donis Melina Matsoukas Begins with Gaga and her dancers arriving at an already ended house party, and starts playing the song prompting the asleep party-goers to wake up and start dancing to the music. The video features Gaga in her early fashion and incorporation of David Bowie's Ziggy Stardust character, her primary inspiration. Akon and Space Cowboy make cameos. [7]
"Beautiful, Dirty, Rich" 2008 None Melina Matsoukas Shot in a mansion, the music video has two versions, one intercut with clips from the ABC series Dirty Sexy Money and the other without them. Gaga and her dancers walk and dance through various part of the building, while also burning money. Matsoukas employed heavy use of frontal lighting and low camera angles. [8]
"Poker Face" 2008 None Ray Kay Filmed in a luxury villa sponsored by Bwin, the music video portrays Gaga's fashion adopted for The Fame era and her ideas behind pop culture. It shows Gaga coming out of a pool in a mirror masquerade mask and a black full-body leotard. She then attends a party and plays strip poker. The imagery used in "Poker Face" is futuristic science fiction styling and Gaga provoking the men to strip in the game rather than herself. [7]
"Don't Give Up" 2009 Nathan Ferraro Unknown The video is a remake of the original version by Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush, and features Gaga and Ferraro singing the song, all the while remaining in an embrace with each other. [9]
"Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" 2009 None Joseph Kahn The Italian-American 1950s-inspired music video was shot back-to-back with the video for "LoveGame" at Little Italy. A contrast from her earlier releases, "Eh, Eh" finds Gaga and her friends roaming around the streets of an Italian neighborhood; Gaga riding a Vespa and also singing the song while at home with her boyfriend. The visuals portray stereotypical male personas like mustached chefs and macho men in wife beaters. [10]
"LoveGame" 2009 None Joseph Kahn Inspired by the New York underground, the music video portrays Gaga dancing at an underground subway station and in a parking lot. It is a tribute to the singer to the New York lifestyle, including its glamour, fans and fashion. The video has several influences from Michael Jackson's "Bad" music video, which also took place in a subway station. [11]
"Chillin" 2009 Wale Chris Robinson The music video features Wale and Gaga at the District of Columbia's Cardozo Senior High School and Wale in various venues and streets in the District. The video was added to BET's TV rotation. [12]
"Paparazzi" 2009 None Jonas Åkerlund The music video portrays Gaga as a doomed starlet, who is followed by photographers everywhere. She is almost killed by her boyfriend, but survives and poisons him to revenge herself. It finishes with Gaga being arrested. Gaga's inspirations for the video ranged from classic films and fashion photography, while the visuals portray dead models, newspaper reports for the plot, as well as a number of encoded meanings. [13]
"Bad Romance" 2009 None Francis Lawrence It features Gaga inside a surreal white bathhouse. There, she gets kidnapped by a group of supermodels who drug her and sell her to the Russian mafia for sexual slavery. The music video ends with Gaga killing the man who bought her. [14]
"Video Phone" 2009 Beyoncé Hype Williams The video portrayed Gaga and Beyoncé in a number of costumes, brandishing colorful guns towards men and paying homage to the film Reservoir Dogs and pinup legend Bettie Page. It won a BET Award for Video of the Year and various nominations at 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. [15]
"Telephone" 2010 Beyoncé Jonas Åkerlund The music video is a continuation of the plot from the "Paparazzi" video and was shot as a short film. After Gaga gets bailed out of prison by Beyoncé, they go to a diner to revenge on Beyoncé's boyfriend, but accidentally they also kill the guests having breakfast. Upon escape from the criminal scene, the two end up in a high-speed police chase. The video referenced Quentin Tarantino and his films Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) and Pulp Fiction (1994). [16]
"Alejandro" 2010 None Steven Klein Inspired by Gaga's love for the gay community, the video showed the singer dancing with a group of soldiers in a cabaret, interspersed with scenes of Gaga as a nun swallowing a rosary and near-naked men holding machine guns. Critics complimented its idea and dark nature while the Catholic League criticized Gaga for blasphemy. [17]
"Born This Way" 2011 None Nick Knight Inspired by painters like Salvador Dalí and Francis Bacon and their surrealistic images, Gaga is depicted as giving birth to a new race during a prologue. The scenes alternate between the dance and Gaga singing on her throne in space. [18]
"Judas" • 2011 None Lady Gaga
Laurieann Gibson
Co-starring Norman Reedus, the video has a Biblical storyline where Reedus plays Judas Iscariot and Gaga plays Mary Magdalene. The video portrays them as modern day missionaries, representing the Twelve Apostles going to Jerusalem. It includes the Biblical story of Judas betraying Jesus, and ends with Gaga as Magdalene getting stoned to death. [19]
"Edge of Glory, TheThe Edge of Glory" 2011 None Haus of Gaga It is simple in contrast to much of Gaga's previous work, and portrays her dancing on a fire-escape and walking on a lonely street. Differences include the lack of intricate choreography and back-up dancers, as well as using only one outfit designed by Versace. Aside from Gaga herself, Clarence Clemons is the only other person to appear in the video. [20]
"3-Way (The Golden Rule)" 2011 The Lonely Island
Justin Timberlake
Akiva Schaffer
Jorma Taccone
It features different shots of Timberlake and Samberg singing around town. Timberlake tells his plan to have a sexual encounter with a girl he met, Samberg reveals similar plan. They are both seen outside of Gaga's apartment, where it is revealed that both of them met the same girl, though they did not know. She explains that she invited them both there so that they could have a threesome, which they agree to do, citing the "golden rule". The music video aired as the SNL Digital Short series. [21]
"You and I" 2011 None Laurieann Gibson Shot in Springfield, Nebraska, the video features Jo Calderone, Gaga's male alter ego, and Yüyi, her mermaid alter ego. The main concept behind the video is Gaga's journey to be with her beloved one. [22]
"Lady Is a Tramp, TheThe Lady Is a Tramp" 2011 Tony Bennett Unjoo Moon The video shows Bennett and Gaga singing together in a studio in front of music stands. [23]
"Marry the Night" • 2011 None Lady Gaga Filmed in New York City, it tells the story of Gaga getting signed by her record label Interscope Records after being dropped from her former label, Def Jam Recordings. Alternates between scenes in a clinic, a dance studio, her own New York apartment and on a car's rooftop at a parking lot. [24]
"Applause" 2013 None Inez van Lamsweerde
Vinoodh Matadin
The video draws inspiration from arts, including Sandro Botticelli's Birth of Venus, Andy Warhol's depiction of Marilyn Monroe and John Galliano's fall 2009 fashion show. Alternating between color and black-and-white, it shows artistic and complex scenes such as Gaga's head on a swan, a scene in a bird cage, and the singer seated in a large top hat. Gaga also wears hand-shaped lingerie and a seashell bra with matching shell decoration. Near the climax, the singer features in a violet, crystal-like scene, and at the end, the name of her album Artpop is spelled using hand gestures. [25]
[26]
"G.U.Y. – An Artpop Film" • 2014 None Lady Gaga The music video for the song was shot at Hearst Castle, located near San Simeon. The video featured reality television show actors like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and works of artist Nathan Sawaya and YouTube's Minecraft entertainer SkyDoesMinecraft. Running for over eleven minutes, the video shows Gaga as a fallen and wounded angel, who is revived by her followers in a pool. Once rejuvenated, she takes revenge on the men who hunted her and replaces them with clones known as G.U.Y. [27]
"Anything Goes" 2014 Tony Bennett Nicole Ehrlich
Harvey White
A studio video, featuring Gaga and Bennett recording songs for Cheek to Cheek. [28]
"I Can't Give You Anything but Love" 2014 Tony Bennett Nicole Ehrlich
Harvey White
A studio video, featuring Gaga and Bennett recording songs for Cheek to Cheek. [29]
"But Beautiful" 2014 Tony Bennett Nicole Ehrlich
Harvey White
A studio video, featuring Gaga and Bennett recording songs for Cheek to Cheek. [30]
"It Don't Mean a Thing" 2014 Tony Bennett Nicole Ehrlich
Harvey White
A studio video, featuring Gaga and Bennett recording songs for Cheek to Cheek. [31]
"Til It Happens to You" 2015 None Catherine Hardwicke Shot in black-and-white for the 2015 documentary film The Hunting Ground, and part of a public service announcement video, it depicts various instances of violence against women, as well as sexual assaults. It ends with a cautionary note on their effects, and the victims finding solace with their close friends and relatives. Gaga is not featured in the video. [32]
"Perfect Illusion" 2016 None Ruth Hogben
Andrea Gelardin
Gaga is seen performing in a crowd in the desert, including the song's producers Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson, and BloodPop. [33]
"Million Reasons" • 2016 None Lady Gaga
Brandon Maxwell
Jessy Price
A continuation from the music video for "Perfect Illusion", it shows Gaga being picked up from the desert, and she goes into her studio and performs the song. [34]
[35]
"John Wayne" 2017 None Jonas Åkerlund A continuation from the music video for "Million Reasons", it features Gaga riding a horse and in a dangerously high speed motorcycle chase. The video intercuts with shots of Gaga dancing under neon lights and gun shoots. [36]

Video albums

Title Album details Description
The Fame Monster: Video EP Contains the music videos for Gaga's first seven singles as lead artist
Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden
  • Released: November 21, 2011[38]
  • Label: Streamline, Interscope, Kon Live
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray, download
Contains the special as it originally aired on HBO in May 2011 along with new content
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live!
  • Released: January 20, 2015[39]
  • Label: Streamline, Interscope, Columbia
  • Formats: DVD, Blu-ray, download
Contains the concert television special featuring live performances by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, aired on PBS on October 24, 2014

Filmography

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
The Zen of Bennett 2012 Herself Documentary [40]
Katy Perry: Part of Me 2012 Herself Documentary [41]
Machete Kills 2013 La Chameleón [42]
Muppets Most Wanted 2014 Herself Cameo appearance [43]
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For 2014 Bertha Cameo appearance [44]
Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer 2015 Herself Documentary [45]

Television

Title Year Role Network Notes Ref.
Sopranos, TheThe Sopranos 2001 Classmate HBO Episode "The Telltale Moozadell"
Uncredited
[46]
Boiling Points 2005 Herself MTV Uncredited [47]
Gossip Girl 2009 Herself The CW Episode "The Last Days of Disco Stick"
Cameo appearance
[48]
Saturday Night Live 2009 Musical guest NBC Episode "Ryan Reynolds/Lady Gaga" [48]
Double Exposure 2010 Herself Bravo Episode "No One Can Work Like This" [49]
Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden 2011 Herself HBO Television special [50]
American Idol 2011 Mentor Fox Season 10 [51]
Saturday Night Live 2011 Musical guest NBC Episode "Justin Timberlake/Lady Gaga" [52]
Inside the Outside 2011 Herself MTV Documentary [53]
So You Think You Can Dance 2011 Guest judge Fox Season 8, episode 3 [54]
Very Gaga Thanksgiving, AA Very Gaga Thanksgiving 2011 Herself ABC Television special [55]
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve 2011 Herself ABC Television special [56]
Simpsons, TheThe Simpsons 2012 Herself (voice) Fox Episode "Lisa Goes Gaga" [57]
Opening Act 2012 Herself E! Episode "Von & Lady Gaga" [58]
Who the F–k is Arthur Fogel? 2013 Herself ePiX Documentary [59]
Saturday Night Live 2013 Musical guest/Host NBC Episode "Lady Gaga" [60]
Lady Gaga and the Muppets' Holiday Spectacular 2013 Herself ABC Television special [61]
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live! 2014 Herself PBS Television special [62]
American Horror Story: Hotel 2015–16 Elizabeth Johnson / The Countess[a] FX Season 5 of American Horror Story [65]
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 2016 Herself PBS Season 4 [66]
American Horror Story: Roanoke 2016 Scathach FX Season 6 of American Horror Story [67]
Saturday Night Live 2016 Musical guest NBC Episode "Tom Hanks" [68]
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2016 Herself CBS Carpool karaoke [69]
Tony Bennett Celebrates 90: The Best Is Yet to Come 2016 Herself NBC Television special [70]

Commercials

Company and product Year Director(s) Featured song(s) Description Ref.
RTL Television 2011 Stephanie Wimmer "Edge of Glory, TheThe Edge of Glory" A series of television commercials for RTL, a German commercial television station, inspired by films, such as Metropolis (1927), 2046 (2004) and Sin City (2005), and feature Gaga interacting with the new 3D logo of RTL II. [71]
MAC Cosmetics 2011 Nick Knight None In the video, she is completely silent and can be seen putting on the lipstick from the campaign. [72]
Google Chrome 2011 Laurieann Gibson "Edge of Glory, TheThe Edge of Glory" The commercial premiered during her appearance on Saturday Night Live, featuring Gaga running over the Brooklyn Bridge, rehearsing her dancing, and interacting with her fans over the internet. [73]
MTV Video Music Awards 2011 Unknown "Government Hooker"

"Heavy Metal Lover"

The video features Gaga drinking and dancing with her crew. Semi Precious Weapons, The Dirty Pearls, Lady Starlight and Darian Darling make cameo. [74]
Fame 2012 Steven Klein "Scheiße" The video features Gaga scratching off black ooze, representing her black eau de parfum, from the male model's face. At the end of the commercial, Lady Gaga's "Gulliver pose" is transformed into a golden statue similar to the cap of the bottle. [75]
O2 Tracks 2013 David Wilson "Do What U Want" Used to promote O2's app music, which customers would listen to Artpop six days earlier its official release date. It features Gaga in many shots in a big blue balloon room. [76]
The O2 Arena 2014 David Wilson "Applause" Used to promote the European leg of ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, it begins with a giant silver balloon explodes from which Gaga emerges. Then she starts walking to the front of the arena while the music and cheers get louder. [77]
Eau de Gaga 2014 Steven Klein "I Can't Give You Anything but Love" The commercial features her atop a pile of shirtless male models, rolling around them. [78]
H&M 2014 Johan Renck "It Don't Mean a Thing" Titled "Magical Holidays", Gaga and Tony Bennett appear as hosts of beautiful models, who enjoy a glamorous 1940's style bash. [79]
Shiseido 2015 Ellen von Unwerth "Cheek to Cheek" Multiple clips of Gaga at her own New York City apartment with her dog. Some scenes feature Gaga with some friends in a party. [80]
Tom Ford 2015 Nick Knight "I Want Your Love" A fashion film for Tom Ford's 2016 spring campaign, which depicts Gaga among several models dancing around a catwalk. [81]
Barnes & Noble 2015 Jonas Åkerlund "Baby, It's Cold Outside" Gaga and Tony Bennett feature in the bookstore chain's holiday television ad, where they walk the aisles of a Barnes & Noble store while looking for a gift for each other. [82]
Tiffany & Co. 2017 Grace Coddington None In the video, she talks about growing up in New York and what it means to be creative. It was officially aired before Gaga's performance at the halftime show on Super Bowl 51. [83]
Revlon 2017 Brett Ratner "Million Reasons" Titled "The Love Project", Gaga, Pharrell Williams and Ellen DeGeneres share what love means to them. The campaign was intended to raise money for charities, such as the Born This Way Foundation, From One Hand to AnOther and The Trevor Project. [84]

Notes

  1. ^ Gaga plays a single character who has two different names.[63] For her performance in the role, she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film.[64]

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External links

  • Lady Gaga's official Vevo channel on YouTube
  • Videography of Lady Gaga at MTV
  • Discography and videography of Lady Gaga at Allmusic
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