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Lady Gaga will debut her music video for “G.U.Y.” on Dateline on Saturday, NBC has announced.
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The network’s news magazine show noted that the pop star will premiere her latest video via their social media channels on Thursday. “Saturday Night Mystery is going to start JUST a couple minutes late this week … We’ve got a Lady Gaga video to premiere,” read a post on the show’s Facebook page, with a link to its corresponding GIF-filled Tumblr post.
The Hollywood Reporter previously reported that the “G.U.Y.” music video was shot at the Hearst Castle in February. The video’s production included shots at the Castle’s main terrace, as well as the indoor Roman pool and the outdoor Neptune pool. Us Weekly recently reported that Gaga taped her previous music video with Housewives featuring Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Kim Richards, Brandi Glanville, Yolanda Foster, Joyce Giraud de Ohoven and Carlton Gebbia.
Hearst Castle museum director Hoyt Fields told THR that filming at the castle “is a big deal.” Ever since Hearst Cooperation granted the castle to the state of California in 1957, the Deed of Gift mandate prohibits commercial shooting on the estate. In exchange for filming at the landmark, Gaga and her parents are donating $250,000 to promote and preserve Hearst Castle.
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Gaga has also agreed to record a public service announcement for the Hearst Castle Preservation Foundation and a short feature on the castle to educate her fans about the importance of water conservation. In addition, she will pay the Castle’s standard $22,100 special event fee and reimburse the state for all costs in the production.
Previous projects filmed at the castle include the William H. Macy-directed Citizen Hearst and the 1960 film Spartacus.
Watch the music video preview below:
Additional reporting by Alexandra Abramian.
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