Lady GaGa: "Judas Video Is Not A Biblical Lesson"
The eccentric singer has defended the promo, ahead of its premiere today...
Lady GaGa has claimed the video for her new single Judas, is "not a biblical lesson."
The 25-year old songstress, who is gearing up to premiere the promo later today on E!, has discussed the meaning of the controversial clip, insisting that it is not a religious statement.
GaGa has previously been slammed by religious groups over her decision to play New Testament icon Mary Magdalene in the video, but Lady G has now stated that the eagerly awaited promo does not attack any religion.
Speaking to E! ahead of Judas' premiere at 7pm EST, the Bad Romance star told interviewer Giuliana Rancic: "I don't view the video as a religious statement. I view it as social statement. I view it as a cultural statement.
The eccentric star added: "It's a metaphor. It's not meant to be a biblical lesson."
In other Lady GaGa news, the Poker Face hitmaker has unveiled a new song from her forthcoming sophomore LP, Born This Way.
GaGa performed album track Americano during a show in Guadalajara, Mexico earlier this week, featuring the lyrics: "Mis canciones son de la revolucion/ Mi corazon late por mi generacion," which translates to "My songs are of the revolution/ My heart beats for my generation."
We can't wait to hear GaGa's new album, which is expected to be released later this month.