Aug 14, 2012 03:05 PM EDT
Lady Gaga released a controversial video trailer for her "Fame" fragrance that has been deemed "inappropriate" by YouTube.
The "Bad Romance" singer released the 34-second clip to the website for public viewing to promote her first scent but when viewers try to log on to watch the video, a pop-up warning appears that reads:
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"This content may contain material flagged by YouTube's user community that may be inappropriate for some users."
The pop star's trailer is not unlike her music videos. Directed by fashion photographer Steven Klein, the trailer's concept duplicates the two print ads Gaga recently unveiled: one clip mimics her first ad with little men crawling all over her nude body, another clip from the video, she is wearing the same latex cat suit with matching brim hat that she sports in the double Gaga image of another ad.
In the trailer, Gaga is also coming out of a vat of black liquid, wearing outlandish costumes and rubbing black grease all over a male model.
Lady Gaga's "Fame" perfume will arrive in stores in September. It will appear in a black liquid form but turn clear when sprayed.
According to Digital Spy, the "Paparazzi" singer originally wanted it to be a blood-and-semen-scented perfume.
Prices for the "Fame" perfume range from $19 for a mini-roller ball to $79 for the largest bottle. The "Fame" gift set will include black soap, shower gel and body lotion.
The egg-shaped bottle was inspired by her infamous 2011 Grammy red carpet entrance and performance, where she was carried in an egg and later performed on stage coming out of it when it cracked open.
The pop star also recently revealed the title for her fourth album: "ARTPOP." She announced the news on her Facebook page as she released a picture of a new tattoo with the album's title. The tattoo reads, "new ink new album" and is on the inside of her upper arm.
The album "ARTPOP" and her first film "Machete Kills" are both set for release in 2013.
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