Lady Gaga gets spanked in new single teaser clip
Lady Gaga has released her new single Cake’s teaser clip, which features her being spanked by a semi naked girl in a hot-tub. The 15-second clip has been shot by celebrated photographer Terry Richardson. VIDEO INSIDEmusic Updated: Nov 16, 2012 15:47 IST
Lady Gaga has released her new single Cake’s teaser clip, which features her being spanked by a semi naked girl in a hot-tub.
The 15-second clip for her new tune Cake - shot by celebrated photographer Terry Richardson - begins with the Judas hit maker crawling up to the camera in her underwear, the Sun reported.
In the video, the 26-year-old singer moves seductively on all fours to ensure that her breasts take the centre-stage.
The action then cuts to the sight of her bare back and drenched pants in the bath, where two skimpily dressed girls playfully get to work on her derriere, the paper said.Gaga is then seen dancing braless in a jumper and knickers before the promo ends with the song title Cake dominating the screen.
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