The always-sensational Lady Gaga visited The Ellen DeGeneres show Friday to perform her new single “Marry the Night,” discussing with the talk show host her desire for an acting career and her reluctance to finally settle down and buy a house: “I’m a gypsy…what a waste of money to buy a place when I’m on the road so much!” She also revealed the true meaning of her latest song title – “‘Marry the Night’ is about marrying the darkness, marrying what is difficult about your life…what the video is asking from all of you is to bear your struggles very close to your heart, and have them be a part of you that you’re proud of, not something you’re ashamed of.”
Lady Gaga’s impactful, 14 minute “Marry the Night” video premiered last week to overwhelming praise. The Gaga-directed clip has collected over 14 million views on YouTube, and nearly 160,000 likes, all within a few days of the premiere. The video is also available for download on iTunes.
Full interview below!
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