Lady Gaga’s ‘Government Hooker’ Makes Fashion-Show Debut

Dance track from Born This Way has a thumping beat and operatic vocals.

[artist id="3061469"]Lady Gaga[/artist] managed to look like a seasoned pro when she hit the catwalk for Mugler’s Paris Women’s Fashion Week show , where she made her debut as a model. The singer donned two looks, one all-black and the other white, for her rousing appearance.

While her runway appearance was certainly headline-making, it was the fact that Gaga previewed part of a Born This Way song for the fashionistas that was even more noteworthy. The dance track, “Government Hooker,” was the latest song Gaga has teased fans with from her May release.

It featured a thumping beat, operatic vocals and a trance-y vibe. On it, she sings sexy lines like, “I can be anything/ I’ll be your everything/ Just touch me, baby.” The massive club track features Gaga’s full voice sharing requests like, “Put your hands on me.” On the track about desire, she sings, “I’m gonna drink my tears tonight/ I’m gonna drink my tears and cry/ ‘Cause I know you love me, baby.” During the show, she also played “Scheiße” and “Born This Way” in addition to the dark new track.

It might be the first time she graced a catwalk, but it’s not the first time she’s previewed new tracks during a fashion show. “Scheiße” was previewed during Mugler’s men’s show in January, and she previously debuted “Bad Romance” in 2009 during an Alexander McQueen show.

Gaga has called “Government Hooker” “one of my favorites” and said it “has more of a hip-hop beat.”

“We double-timed the beat. It’s a super fast, really hard record, and the lyrics are really filthy,” she added. “It’s also empowering, but more in the direction of sexual female empowerment.”

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