Singer Lady Gaga and R Kelly together are an item. The two singer are in new for a really racy picture which sees a nearly naked Gaga straddling R Kelly. The picture was taken when they were shooting for the upcoming music video of their collaborative song "Do What You Want" and the music video has more reasons to be in news as it has been directed by none other than controversial photographer Terry Richardson!
REUTERS/Toru Hanai Singer Lady Gaga attends a news conference in Tokyo December 1, 2013. Lady Gaga is in Japan to promote her latest album "Artpop". REUTERS/Toru Hanai
Richardson is known for directing the music video of "Wrecking Ball" for none other than Miley Cyrus where she swung on an iron ball naked. So what does he have in store for Lady Gaga? He posted the picture on his blog which shows Lady Gaga dressed up in just a black bra and a pair of thongs as she straddles R Kelly, who is showing his middle finger. The black and white racy picture can be seen here. It is just a glimpse of what is coming up in the music video.
"Lady Gaga and R. Kelly behind the scenes for their new music video "Do What U Want" directed by Me... coming soon!!," wrote the controversial photographer Richardson who loves to do naked photography.
Gaga on the other hand is creating the much needed hype for the music video of "Do What You Want" by posting little hints on Twitter. "I know you're waiting for the DWUW video. Its unlike any video I've ever done. Very Personal. Just making it perfect. Exciting, #ARTPOP," she tweeted earlier this week.
Lady Gaga and R Kelly performed on this song not only on Saturday Night Live but also on the recent American Music Awards show. The "I Believe I Can Fly" hit maker Kelly is all praises for Gaga when it comes to work and says he has found a "match" in the bizarre singer.
"I met my match when I met her. She's not afraid to just do themselves and not try to do anyone else. It's two aliens (artists from different genres) meeting, you know? You're talking a language that other people don't understand... and we went to the moon with that one (duet), we'll probably be doing some more things in the future," said Kelly to The Guardian newspaper.
Meanwhile check out the "Do What You Want" live performance by Gaga and Kelly below.