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OTRC: Lady Gaga releases 'G.U.Y.' music video (Poll)

Lady Gaga appears in a still from the 2014 music video for the song 'G.U.Y.' (Interscope Records)

Lady Gaga is knocked down and rises from the ashes, with a little help from the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," in her sexy new music video.

Gaga released the highly-anticipated music video for her new single "G.U.Y." on Saturday, March 22. The singer refers to it as "An ARTPOP Film" on her official Youtube page. The music video can be viewed here (Warning: contains suggestive lyrics and content).

"It is like the Gay Super Bowl at our HAUS. Thank You to all the monsters who have supported me through thick and thin. THIS ONE's FOR YOU!," Gaga tweeted about the video.

In the "G.U.Y." music video, which also contains the songs "ARTPOP," "Venus" and "MANiCURE" from Gaga's 2013 "ARTPOP" album, the singer is found left in a ditch with a bow struck through her chest as men dressed in suits are seen grabbing money falling from the sky around her and running away. This seemingly references Gaga's professional struggles in 2013, ones she commented on in a recent Harpers Bazaar interview.

She is later seen stumbling outside the doors of the opulent Hearst Castle, located in San Simeon, California. There, she is revived by a group of dancers, who bring her back to her wig-wearing and dancing glory. Throughout the video, Gaga is seen wearing several sexy bathing suits, including one-pieces in white, black, red and gold.

Surrounded by an army of half-dressed dancers throughout the video, Gaga is also joined by cast members of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," including Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Yolanda Foster, Carlton Gebbia as well as Bravo host Andy Cohen. Lisa and Kyle join Gaga in the video's end fight sequence, in which the ladies poison the money-hungry business men that left Gaga in the beginning.

"G.U.Y." is the third single released off of "ARTPOP," following the songs "Applause" and "Do What U Want," which features R. Kelly and Christina Aguilera in a special remix of the song. Read a full track-by-track review of "ARTPOP" here.

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