Lady Gaga's 13-minute self-directorial music video triumph, "Marry the Night," has finally been unveiled. Part autobiographical and ALL spectacle, it's a music video event not to be missed ... if you have that long to sit and watch it of course.
Without further delay, we present the Mother Monster's masterpiece:
Leave it to Gaga to live up to her own hype and then some, right?
With this mammoth undertaking, she proves that no matter what you might think of her music, she doesn't lack for creativity, originality and painstaking effort.
She's the hardest working woman in showbiz, and throughout "Marry the Night," Gaga pays homage to her journey to the top with some interesting symbolism.
Making good on the Girl, Interrupted-style sneak peek, the singer is rolled through a mental ward and medicated, only to declare she would "do it all again."
Walking the line between funny, savage and brutally honest, in typical Gaga fashion, she calls the video an "insight into my entire creative process." Amen.
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