Entries in Thierry Mugler (2)


Lady Gaga to Make Runway Debut, Preview New Song at Fashion Show

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(PARIS) -- In January, Lady Gaga served as musical director for a Thierry Mugler men's fashion show in Paris, and debuted a remix of one of her new songs.  On Wednesday, she'll go one step further -- she'll be doing all that again, for yet another Mugler show, but this time, she's also going to participate in the show as a model.

Gaga tweeted on Tuesday, "I have a monster fashion announcement, are your paws up?...I'm making my debut as a runway model, walking in the Mugler Paris Fashion Show 3/2.  I directed the show music [also]."  Though many had speculated that Gaga would be previewing her second single, Judas, during this show, instead she's chosen Government Hooker, yet another new track on her upcoming CD Born This Way.

In January, Gaga debuted the song Scheiße [SCHEISS-uh] at the Mugler men's show, and then unveiled a video for it that starred Rick Genest, aka "Zombie Boy," the guy who had his entire face and body tattooed to make himself look like a zombie skeleton. Genest also appears in Gaga's new video for Born This Way, with Gaga wearing makeup to match his tattoos.

Referencing her runway debut, Gaga said on Twitter, "I'm so excited I might give birth to a machine gun."  That's exactly what she does in the video for Born This Way, of course.

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Lady Gaga Remix Premieres Online

Photo Courtesy - Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Get ready for a nice clean version of Lady Gaga's new Born This Way remix, which debuted Wednesday in Paris at Thierry Mugler's men's fashion show.  The song has been used as the soundtrack of a new short film that can now be viewed exclusively at and  It was created under the auspices of Nicola Formichetti, Mugler's creative director and Gaga's personal stylist.   The black-and-white, slightly disturbing film features a model named Rick Genest, who is tattooed from head to toe look like a zombie skeleton...or is it a skeleton zombie?

As far as the song, it starts with Gaga saying, "I don't speak German but I can if you'd like."  Then, she sing-song chants in German over a heavy electronic dance beat, but at various points, her actual singing voice comes through loud and clear.

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