Review Haiku – Hustler’s This Ain’t Lady Gaga XXX (2011)

Hustler’s This Ain’t Lady Gaga XXX (2011) is an a-ma-zing… idea.

Helly Mae Hellfire’s Gaga looks great; but she oscillates between dingy and bitchy, neither of which works well for the monster-ous Ms. Thang. Since Gaga is the focus of this parody, Helly Mae’s impression throughout rendered the whole project kinda lukewarm. There’re definitely some funny moments though…

For example, Gaga covers/parodies two songs – a version of “Born this Way” (complete with a reference to being “straight for pay”… eeesh + zing!!) and “Telephone.”

Gaga does everything she can to show that not only is she down to bang anyone at any time… well, she’s also really a “gay man trapped in a woman’s body.” Not quite sure about the politics of that whole thing, but she does have sexy time with Larry King (Scott Lyons) and blows Ron Jeremy (playing himself)… perhaps in an attempt to show how super bad she truly is? She also has sex with Beyonce (Rihanna Rimes) and some security guards (with Madonna, who is played by Aubrey Adams).

Sarah Palin (played adorably by Raylene) and Kanye “Self-Proclaimed Next Jesus” West (tee hee, Tee Reel!!) are also present. They, like Beyonce and Madonna, each have issues with being outshined by Gaga. In the end, I was left wondering why Ms. Ri Ri wasn’t there as well…

With Performances By…

Helly Mae Hellfire, Scott Lyons, Ron Jeremy, Rihanna Rimes, Aubrey Adams, Raylene, Tee Reel, Marco Banderas, and Marco Rivera.

Hustler’s This Ain’t Lady Gaga XXX (2011) was directed by Axel Braun and was released on July 25, 2011. Buy yours here.

And because the trailer is hilarious…

 

And because “Bad Romance” is still my favorite Lady Gaga song…

 

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