Quagmire was faster in his blog with this video. Thank you Quagmire that you remind me that I stil I had to post something about Beyoncé after she win the Grammy Award.
It seemed that MTV did not banned Lady Gaga's clip
In the wake of reports that surfaced over the weekend claiming that MTV had banned Lady Gaga's nearly 10-minute-long video for "Telephone," a spokesperson for the channel clarified the situation on Monday (March 15).
"MTV did not ban Lady Gaga and Beyoncé's 'Telephone' video — in fact, we premiered it on Friday, March 12, on-air and online at MTV.com, two days before this story was falsely reported," said MTV Executive Vice President of Music and Talent Amy Doyle. "Fans can continue to catch the video as we repeat it on-air and online."
“Lady Gaga - Telephone ft. Beyoncé”
'Telephone' is about receiving endless calls and unwanted text messages while trying to party on the dance floor. The song is from her recently released album 'The Fame Monster.' Gaga and Beyonce teamed up last year for their first collaboration, a remix of Beyonce's 'Video Phone.'
The video opens at a women's prison, where Gaga is led to her cell, by a pair of prison guards. She is stripped of her shoulder-padded dress and left standing nude, being laughed at by the other prison inmates, one even commenting "I told you she didn't have a dick", referring to the intersexual rumours regarding Gaga. Then, for three minutes, the video shows Gaga's life in the prison - including make-out sessions in the exercise yard, wearing sunglasses made out of half-smoked cigarettes, and occasional catfight in the commissary. After that, Gaga gets a phone call, when the song actually starts. As the loud beats of the song is played, Gaga and her inmates do a dance sequence, wearing studded underwear, fishnets and stiletto heels.
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NEWS FROM MTV. COM
Photos have emerged of the latest Lady Gaga and Beyoncé video collaboration. This time the Grammy-winning pop divas are hooking up to shoot the clip for "Telephone," Gaga's latest single, featuring Beyoncé, "Telephone," off her album The Fame Monster.
New York magazine reported that the video will involve Beyoncé bailing Gaga out of jail, and it is rumored to be helmed by "Paparazzi" video director Jonas Akerlund. In photos published on PhotoShelter.com, Gaga and Beyoncé are seen shooting in what is reportedly the truck that Uma Thurman drove in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill." Herfection.com posted a photo of the pair wearing very frilly leotards in a desert setting. The ladies reportedly shot the video outside Los Angeles on January 28 in Lancaster, California.
The clip will also include scenes at a diner, a cameo from singer/model Tyrese and a prison shower scene. Gaga and B will wear "destroyed denim pieces" by designers Franc Fernandez and Oscar Olima, according to New York.
A Tarantino tribute is nothing new for Beyoncé and Gaga. In their "Video Phone" clip, B famously paid homage to "Reservoir Dogs." In that video, directed by Hype Williams, Gaga purposely toned down her usually flamboyant style.
"I said, 'I want to do you in your video, and I want to tribute you. I want to dress up like you,' " Gaga recalled telling her co-star. "And Hype Williams ... was so excited. He was like, 'Gaga I want no makeup on your face.' It was really stripped down — real Beyoncé hair, and we wore the same outfit in the video, and I [paid tribute to] her."
“Beyoncé - Video Phone ft. Lady GaGa”
It was Ladies' Night at the Grammy Awards as Beyoncé scooped six awards - a record for a female artist. The Single Ladies singer had ten nominations and walked away with trophies for Song Of The Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance, Best R&B Song, and Best Contemporary R&B Album.