Video: Lady GaGa Reveals 'Black Jesus' Remix as Toothy Monster


Video: Lady GaGa Reveals 'Black Jesus' Remix as Toothy Monster
Appearing as a three-headed monster, Lady GaGa remixes her 'Born This Way' bonus track, 'Black Jesus Amen Fashion', as a backsound for the Spring 2012 Mugler fashion show.


A never-before-heard remix of Lady GaGa's song "Black Jesus Amen Fashion" has been debuted during Nicola Formichetti's Spring 2012 Mugler show recently. Unlike last season's show which saw the Mother Monster strutting her stuff on the runaway, the September 29 gig opens with the Outlandish artist addressing the audience on a big screen.

The "Edge of Glory" singer relives her pigtailed alter ago she first introduced on the cover of the June 2011 Japan issue of V Magazine. This time around, she appears having an extra gap-toothed. "Sometimes, my heart sometimes feels so black," she said before growing two additional heads. "And other days my heart feels like rainbows."

"Black Jesus Amen Fashion" is one of the bonus tracks in a special edition of GaGa's second studio installment "Born This Way". A fifth single, "Marry the Night", from the album reportedly will be released soon to follow up "You and I".



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