Lady GaGa is to tell her version of the Bible in her new music video for upcoming single 'Judas'.
The 'Born This Way' star's creative director Laurieann Gibson, who also co-directed the clip with GaGa, has described the promo as "groundbreaking".
"I will tell you now, first off, I'm Christian, and my career is evidence of God in my life, and I think that most people are already thinking that GaGa and the blasphemy and they're premeditating the approach and I think they'll be very shocked to find out how huge and really groundbreaking the message is and how freeing the message is for all the right reasons," Gibson told MTV.
"It's really going to shock the world."
The video will star The Walking Dead actor Norman Reedus as Judas, whom Gibson called "prolific". GaGa will assume the role of Mary Magdalene.
Gibson revealed that the pair decided to make the clip themselves after a mix-up with booking a director. The creative director admitted that she took a minute to agree to the commitment, but ultimately "couldn't resist".
"It's a phenomenal video: really powerful, really impactful. She's such a strong, committed artist. Her loyalty to me is something I will be forever grateful for. We're spiritually connected. We need each other... and 'Judas' is ultimately a representation of our true bond."