Jonah Hill Crashes Lady Gaga Music Video During Trip To Hearst Castle
The 'Artpop' singer took over the castle for a shoot last week...
Jonah Hill has revealed he accidentally crashed a shoot for Lady Gaga's latest video last week after taking a break from his Wolf Of Wall Street promotional blitz.
“I wanted to take a little trip, just to clear my head and get away from all this Hollywood stuff and, y’know, go somewhere pretty and different,” Jonah explained on Jimmy Kimmel Live yesterday evening.
“I decided to go up to Hearst Castle, which is beautiful, up in northern California,” the funnyman continued.
“I was supposed to have this private tour of the castle and I get there and they’re shooting a Lady Gaga music video.”
While Jonah wouldn’t reveal any details about the vid – “I wont give away what the video’s about, she worked really hard on it,” he said – he did divulge there were: “500 dancers and like, bookshelf and meat hats.”
Knowing the Oscar nominated star’s sense of humour, of course, he could have been yanking our chain about the hats.
A local news site did report, however, that the shoot included “music, dancing, plastic swans, fake flowers, and a giant seashell”.
Apparently Gaga has a soft spot for the nearly hundred-year old castle and as well as recording her video there, she shot a public service announcement as well as a short feature on the property itself, which will be donated to the castle’s charitable foundation.