Singer Lady Gaga stopped by Google headquarters on Tuesday to answer questions from fans and announce her directorial debut.
Gaga, nee Stefani Germanotta, took to the Google stage in Mountain View and announced that she will direct her next video, which will be for the song, “Judas.” Her next album, “Born This Way,” is expected in May.
“The superstar wowed a crowd in a venue that was (literally) packed to the rafters with adoring Googlers (Google employees),” Google said in a statement. “Googlers went Gaga, channeling their inner little monsters and donning everything from her signature bow-tie hairbuns to Mother Monster costumes and filling our Charlie’s Cafe to the max.”
Marissa Mayer, Google’s vice president of consumer products, conducted the interview with Gaga. The artist answered questions submitted on YouTube and via Twitter; Google said the response was “overwhelming,” with Little Monsters (Gaga’s name for her fans) – submitting more than 54,000 videos and 220,000 votes.
In October, Gaga became the first person to have her videos reach 1 billion views on YouTube; teen singer Justin Bieber reached that milestone several days later. She also has almost 9 million Twitter followers.
The one-hour and 13-minute chat is now available on YouTube; video below.
Source: PC Magazine