After revealing tons of new details about her upcoming album “Joanne,” Lady Gaga is now ready to premiere the music video for the album’s first single, “Perfect Illusion.”
Gaga took to Twitter on Friday to break the news. According to the singer’s tweet, the music video will premiere on Tuesday, Sept. 20 on Fox during the Season 2 premiere of “Scream Queens.” The video will be Gaga’s first music video for a solo album since 2014’s “G.U.Y.” from the album “Artpop.”
While it may seem odd for Gaga's music video to premiere on a Fox show, the singer has some connection to the series. Director Ryan Murphy is the creator of both “Scream Queens” and “American Horror Story,” a show Lady Gaga has starred in. The song was also featured in a trailer for Season 6 of “AHS,” which Gaga is set to appear on.
The singer also shared a short clip of the video that features her in a black t-shirt and denim shorts, dancing in a desert while swinging a microphone around.
During an interview with Zane Lowe for the Beats 1 Radio show on Thursday, Gaga revealed her album should be done Sept. 17 and will be available on Oct. 21. Besides working with Mark Ronson, Kevin Parker and BloodPop on the album, Gaga also collaborated with Beck, Hillary Lindsey and Florence Welch.
Aside from releasing a new album, Lady Gaga may have a busy few next months as the singer is rumored to perform at the 2016 Super Bowl. According to a Billboard report, the NFL was impressed with Gaga’s performance of the National Anthem at Super Bowl 50 and wants her back to perform during the halftime show.
A representative for the NFL was tight-lipped about the rumor but said the league was in talks with several artists about performing. “We have had conversations with several fantastic artists about the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show. However, at this point we do not have a final decision,” the NFL rep told Billboard. “We’re happy there is so much excitement about the show.”