Singer Lady Gaga is facing the wrath of the followers of Catholic Church over her song 'Judas' from her latest album 'Born This Way'. But she does not seem to be worried about it. The American star is all set to perform the song on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Thursday, April 28.
For the first time, Lady Gaga is singing the song 'Judas' on a national television channel. Later in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, the Poker Face singer will talk about her egg act at the Grammy Awards 2011. She has also decided to premiere the music video for 'Judas' on 'American Idol' on May 2.
However, 'Judas' was released worldwide on April 15, 2011 by Interscope Records. It is a dance song that speaks of a woman in love with a man, who betrays her while simultaneously embodying things that have haunted her in the past. But the Catholic League has condemned Gaga for the alleged use of religious imagery and her role as Magdalene in the video.
The song 'Judas' contains the lyrics: "In the most Biblical sense, I am beyond repentance / Fame hooker, prostitute wench, vomits her mind / But in the cultural sense I just speak in future tense/ Judas kiss me if offensed, or wear an ear condom next time."