Warning: Lady Gaga's new fragrance commercial (er, "trailer") may not be safe for young'uns.
Lady Gaga's new perfume, a black eau de parfum called Fame, has its own Steven Klein-directed trailer, filled with ebony liquid, crazy hats, nearly-naked men, some S&M touches and little people crawling all over Gaga's nude body (just like in the print ad). While it's pretty terrifying as far as perfume commercials go, the whole thing is signature Gaga -- there's nothing here we haven't seen before.
Except that this Gaga video has been deemed "inappropriate" by YouTube, which categorized it as "age-restricted based on our Community Guidelines." When clicking to watch the clip, you'll be met by a warning that reads:
"This content may contain material flagged by YouTube's user community that may be inappropriate for some users."
Only by clicking "I understand and wish to proceed" may you surrender yourself to Gaga's wacky, liquified, latex-coated world for 34 disconcerting seconds. We can't identify what in particular has tipped off YouTube's censors -- see if you can tell from the video, above.
In other Lady Gaga news, the singer drew some ire for the massively fluffy fur coat she wore out yesterday in Bulgaria. To add to the effect, she was also carrying a furry puppy. PETA, of course, was none too pleased, firing off a letter deeming Gaga "a target just like the mindless Kim Kardashian" for wearing the animal coat.
At least they'll be pleased to see Gaga in her new video, where she wears latex and, well, not much else.
Check out the clip -- do you find it super creepy or cool?
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