It's a new week and a new episode of "Gagavision." This week Gaga previewed another track from her May 23 album release, Born This Way.
The track opens with orchestral undertones and a driving guitar riff and builds into a thumping club beat. "I feel a moral obligation to push the boundaries of love and acceptance," Gaga says in the video, in which she's wearing a striped metallic blazer, sunglasses and a blond ponytail. "In order for art, music, technology and fashion to move forward, you have to be brave and be audacious."
Gaga is then seen in the studio finalizing the track and playing with a toy unicorn.
She also spoke about her performance of "Judas" on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," airing Thursday (April 28). "I had so much fun yesterday at 'The Ellen Show.' Ellen's so inspiring."
" 'Judas' day! We're so excited," she continues, while sitting in a makeup chair, in a bra, getting prepped for the appearance. "It's an honor for me to be on a show that I admire so much. She is such an inspiration and she's such a leader and she's always fought on and been so brave so that society can move forward."
And as she concludes Gagavision #44, she says in voiceover, "The 'Judas' video is coming next week. Let the cultural baptism begin." The song teased at the beginning of the clip also closes out the video.
As promised in her Gagavision tweet, Gaga gave an interview to U.K. show "Daybreak" and dished a bit more about the "Judas" video, which will premiere on "American Idol" next week. Calling the video "the greatest," she went on to say, "The message of faith in the video is so powerful and beautiful," according to Metro.co.uk. "I think that the video will be one of the most 'I didn't know that about her' things that has ever happened."