Lady Gaga serves neon fantasy realness with new teaser for ‘Stupid Love’ and the queer community is living for it. The Joanna era has truly come to a close as the reign of LG6 begins with a colourful explosion.
The music video for ‘Stupid Love’ will debut Lady Gaga’s newest album at midnight on Friday, February 28. With Rupaul’s Drag Race season 12 and the new song being released on the same day, the queer community are being served for their nerves. As one person tweeted, “Gays are not ready.”
— I Want Your Stupid Love (@nutto13) February 27, 2020
A short teaser for the video shows the singer standing in the desert surrounded by people wearing bright coloured clothes while orchestra music swells in the background. It showcases bold and vibrant looks, a phenomenal hint towards the direction of her newest album. One Twitter user wrote, “I love when Gaga does high concept music videos. It has been a long while since Gaga did this, ladies…we eating well in 24 hours.”
I LOVE WHEN GAGA DOES HIGH CONCEPT MUSIC VIDEOS.
— zachy (@zachthebulldog) February 27, 2020
Another person tweeted, “Lady Gaga is about to start #LG6 era and I still can’t believe that this is all happening. Everything looks so unreal, her best music video since G.U.Y. is coming and probably the most iconic era.”
There is a clear excitement to see what the pop sensation has up her sleeve. Even the official Power Rangers Twitter has joined in on the fun as they responded to Lady Gaga’s ‘Stupid Love’ outfit reveal with, “Not sure if we should fight this monster or stan this monster. Just consulted with Zordon and we have no choice but to stan.”
not sure if we should fight this monster or stan this monster⚡️
— POWER⚡RANGERS (@PowerRangers) February 26, 2020
— SAM HUTNYK (@samhutnykart) February 26, 2020
Recently, a visually captivating billboard promoting ‘Stupid Love’ contained the intriguing word Chromatica and everyone is reeling to figure out what this means. One person wrote on Twitter, “I feel like #Chromatica is going to be an alter-ego, not the album name.”
— Lady Gaga Charts (@chartsladygaga) February 25, 2020
— xoxo, Chad (@haus_of_chad) February 25, 2020
Gay Twitter is truly shaking over Lady Gaga’s return as people piece together snippets of information in order to shed light on what is expected from the album. One person even shared the idea that this could be a twelve track album with each song themed around the colour wheel.
According to E! News, Lady Gaga’s 6th studio album #CHROMATICA will feature 12 tracks, each representing a different color from the chromatic color scale. Stupid Love represents the color pink. Intriguing! pic.twitter.com/1t0hktPv2t
— LABOFMONSTERS™ (@LabOfMonsters) February 26, 2020
Little monsters have doubled down on this colour theory by honing in on a Nikkie Tutorials’ interview with the singer from December 2019, as she described her company Haus Laboratories as a “very colourful place, and so is my music.”
This is truly Lady Gaga at her peak as she weaves together intrigue and pop iconography around the debut of ‘Stupid Love’ like a dazzling, bright pink conductor. Though the song had been previously leaked, people are eager to see the music video and truly explore the range of LG6. As one person tweeted, “Lady Gaga said here’s everything you’ve asked for for the last seven years.”
Lady Gaga said here's everything you've asked for for the last SEVEN years. xx
— James Harness (@JamesHarness) February 26, 2020
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