GaGa Planning To Release 'Judas' Video At Easter?
The star is causing controversy again, angering religious groups...
Lady GaGa has sparked outrage among Christian groups after apparently planning to premiere the video for her new single, Judas, at Easter.
The eccentric songstress, who has previously been slammed by Christian organisations for portraying biblical figure Mary Magdalene in the promo, has now caused even more controversy for hoping to release the clip over the religious holiday.
President of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, Bill Donohue - who recently targeted GaGa after calling Judas "a publicity stunt" - has now raged about her plans to unveil the promo at Easter, stating she has no talent.
According to The Mirror, Donohue stated: "She is trying to rip off Christian idolatry to shore up her talentless, mundane and boring performances."
He added: "Another ex-Catholic whose head is turned around... Is this the only way to jet up her performance?"
Earlier this week, a picture of Lady G dressed as Mary Magdalene was unleashed online, following the rushed-release of Judas after a version of the single leaked on the web.