By Daily Mail Reporter
Raunchy: Lady GaGa is seen in various states of undress in her expletive-laden, violent nine-minute epic video for Telephone
Lady GaGa is known for her scantily-clad outfits and risque performances, but in her latest video she even manages to surpass herself.
The singer's nine-minute epic promo for Telephone, which also stars Beyonce Knowles, features graphic violence, nudity, expletives, a lesbian kiss and mass murder.
GaGa admits the video has been inspired by Quentin Tarantino films and has yet to produce a censored version suitable for daytime viewing.
The big-budget video premiered last night and has received rave reviews from critics, but the explicit content means it won't be suitable for the singer's younger fans.
Prison life: GaGa lies in her dirty prison cell wearing nothing but police crime scene tape
The promo follows on from GaGa's Paparazzi video, which saw the singer poison her boyfriend.
Both videos were directed by Jonas Akerlund and co-written by GaGa herself.
Explaining the video, which is so graphic MailOnline is unable to show it, GaGa said: 'There's certainly always a hidden message in my music videos. But I would say most predominately, I'm always trying to convolute everyone's idea of what a pop music video should be.
'There was this really amazing quality in 'Paparazzi,' where it kind of had this pure pop music quality but at the same time it was a commentary on fame culture. In its own way, even at certain points working with Jonas really achieved this high art quality in the way that it was shot.
In the slammer: Lady GaGa is led into prison by two burly prison guards
'I wanted to do the same thing with this video - take a decidedly pop song, which on the surface has a quite shallow meaning, and turn it into something deeper.'
The video starts with GaGa being led to her cell by two burly transvestite prison guards, watched by her sexy cellmates.
After being thrown on the bed, they remove her black and white prison-style jacket, leaving GaGa practically naked with nothing but a body stocking on and black tape over her breasts.
Smoking hot: GaGa looks like a sadomasochists' fantasy as she is led into the prison exercise yard wearing chains and a pair of sunglasses made of smoking cigarettes
Friendly inmates: Lady GaGa gets up close and personal with a butch prisoner
Perhaps in a bid to prove internet rumours about her sex, GaGa jumps up on the rails, with her nether regions censored.
Her full-frontal exposure prompts one of the guards to say: 'I told you she didn't have a d**k.'
The other complains: 'Too bad.'
The action then cuts to the prison exercise yard, where the prisoners are working out to the sounds of GaGa's track Paper Gangsta'.
Answer the phone: After witnessing a violent fight between two prisoners, Lady GaGa receives a phonecall from Beyonce
Looking like a sadomasochists' fantasy, GaGa is led in wearing heavy chains and a pair of sunglasses made out of smoking cigarettes and has soon charmed a butch prisoner.
To the amazement of the prisoners, GaGa and the leather-clad inmate start kissing, who starts groping the singer between her legs.
GaGa is told she has a phonecall over the loud speaker, but is too busy enjoying herself to answer it.
The next scene sees the singer dressed like Madonna's Desperately Seeking Susan days in a studded leather jacket, with soft drink cans in her hair used as rollers
Painting ladies: GaGa dances in her underwear alongside a troupe of tattooed dancers
Cheeky: GaGa flashes her pert behind in her tiny G-string
She stands back and watches as two prisoners have a vicious fight, which leaves one doubled up in the pain on the floor as she is kicked in the stomach.
When GaGa is told she has a phonecall from Beyonce, she picks up the phone and the song finally kicks in.
As the song continues, GaGa is seen dancing past the cells in studded underwear with a troupe of similarly-clad female dancers, before performing a solo number wrapped in nothing but crime scene tape.
Taste of freedom: GaGa gets all dressed up after being informed someone has paid her bail
It soon transpires GaGa's spell in prison is only a brief one after she is told: 'It's your lucky day. Some idiot bailed you out.'
As the singer walks out of jail wearing a large Pirate-esque hat and smart black and white outfit, she is greeted by Beyonce, driving the yellow 'P**sy Wagon' from Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill movies.
Looking vampy in a plunging low-cut top and dark black wig, Beyonce tells her: 'You've been a very bad girl. A very, very bad bad girl GaGa.'
Partner-in-crime: Beyonce arrives in the P**sy Wagon from the Kill Bill films to collect GaGa from jail
'You've been a very bad girl': Beyonce chastises GaGa
GaGa said she was offered the truck by Tarantino when she told him of her video plans over lunch.
She said: 'We were having lunch one day in Los Angeles and I was telling him about my concept for the video and he loved it so much he said, "You gotta use the P**sy Wagon."
'There certainly is a Tarantino-inspired quality in the video. I mostly love the way he uses different forms to create something new.'
As the two women drive through the desert, GaGa asks her partner-in-crime: 'Are you sure you wanna do this Honey Bee..? You know what they saw, once you kill a cow, you gotta make a burger.'
A pensive Beyonce replies: 'You what they say GaGa. Trust is like a mirror. You can fix it if it's broke...
Plotting: Raunchy cowgirl Beyonce joins her boyfriend in a diner
Plotting: GaGa sings in her telephone hat as she poisons the food in the diner kitchen
GaGa finishes her off: '...But you can still see the crack in that motherf**ker's reflection.'
Then action then cuts to a roadside diner as a yellow PVC-clad Beyonce joins her boyfriend - played by Transformers actor Tyrse Gibson - at a booth.
After asking where she's been, her boyfriend then starts a fight with another diner and slaps a female customer on the behind.
While he's behaving badly, Beyonce poisons Tyrese's coffee and smiles sweetly as he starts choking on his drink.
Getting his comeuppance: Beyonce's boyfriend Tyrese Gibson ends up dead after eating his poisoned breakfast
Meanwhile, back in the kitchen, GaGa is cooking up a storm by putting rat poison and cyanide in Tyrese's lunch.
After a few mouthfuls, it isn't long before Tyrese collapses on his plate, prompting a stony-faced Beyonce to say: 'I knew you'd take all my honey, you selfish motherf**ker.'
Soon enough, the rest of the diners follow Tyrese's fate and end up poisoned as well.
Word of the pair's mass-murder soon reaches police and the news and a manhunt is launched for their arrest.
Ghoulish: GaGa and Beyonce dance in the diner surrounded by the poisoned customers
Dressed in disguise, a triumphant GaGa says: 'We did it honey bee. Now let's go far, far away from her.'
Beyonce replies: 'You promise we'll never come back?'
GaGa says: 'I promise,' before the two women hold hands as they drive into the distance.
As their truck is driven into the distance followed by a police helicopter, the words 'to be continued' span across the screen.
On the run: GaGa and Beyonce wear bizarre disguises as they drive off into the distance as they flee police after their mass murder