Lady Gaga has unveiled a new video for her latest single, "G.U.Y." and in usual Gaga-style it's elaborate, eye-catching and quite long. The video clocks in at more than eight minutes, and there's roughly three minutes worth of scrolling credits.
The clip was filmed on location at Hearst Castle in Northern California, the first commercial production at the National & California Historical Landmark mansion since Stanley Kubrick's film "Spartacus" was filmed in the late 1950's.
Lady Gaga both wrote the treatment and directed the video, which includes cameos from the cast of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Andy Cohen from "Watch What Happens Live" and YouTube sensation SkyDoesMinecraft.
"G.U.Y." is the third single from the pop star's latest "ARTPOP" album, released last year.