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Lady Gaga Says She Filmed A Sex Scene With Salma Hayek For House Of Gucci

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Lady Gaga Says She Filmed A Sex Scene With Salma Hayek For House Of Gucci

Lady Gaga has revealed she filmed a sex scene with Salma Hayek for their latest movie.

The pair starred alongside each other in the long-awaited release The House of Gucci, which landed in cinemas last year.

Ridley Scott's film tells the story of the fashion dynasty and Patrizia Reggiani's sinister plot to take control of the empire.

In the movie, Gaga plays Reggiani, an outsider who marries into the family and hatches a plan to have her husband Maurizio Gucci, played by Adam Driver, murdered.

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Discussing the film, the 35-year-old said that her character 'developed a sexual relationship' with her psychic Giuseppina 'Pina' Auriemma - Hayek - in footage that wasn't used for the final cut.

Lady Gaga says she had a sex scene with Salma Hayek in House of Gucci. Credit: MGM
Lady Gaga says she had a sex scene with Salma Hayek in House of Gucci. Credit: MGM

In an interview shared on Twitter, the actor tells a crowd of people that there was a side of the film that no one saw.

She said: "There's a whole side of this film that you did not see, where Pina and I developed a sexual relationship.

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"Director's cut, who knows."

Gaga went on: "This is a testament to [Ridley Scott] as a director, because he allowed us to go there.

"And I remember being on set with Salma and going, ''So after Maurizio dies, maybe it gets hot?'' and she was like, ''What are you talking about?'"

Hayek recently talked about the love affair. Credit: Alamy
Hayek recently talked about the love affair. Credit: Alamy
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Salma then jumped in, saying: "You think she's kidding."

Last year, the heirs of Aldo Gucci, who ran the company for over 30 years until the mid 1980s, released a letter criticising the portrayal of their family in the film.

They claimed they were portrayed as 'thugs, ignorant and insensitive to the world around them'.

Scott’s film, inspired by the Gucci family history and based on the non-fiction book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour and Greed, was 'extremely painful from a human point of view and an insult to the legacy which the brand is built today,' according to the heirs.

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They also claimed the film appeared to defend Reggiani, indulging her as 'a victim trying to survive in a male and male chauvinist corporate culture'.

The Gucci family wasn't pleased with Al Pacino's casting as Aldo Gucci. Credit: Alamy
The Gucci family wasn't pleased with Al Pacino's casting as Aldo Gucci. Credit: Alamy

In another statement, Patrizia Gucci, the only daughter of Aldo Gucci, blasted the movie's casting of Al Pacino as Aldo Gucci, saying he was 'short and fat'.

Hitting back at the criticism, Scott told Total Film: "The people that were writing from the family to us at the onset were alarmingly insulting, saying that Al Pacino did not represent physically Aldo Gucci in any shape or form. 

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"And yet, frankly, how could they be better represented than by Al Pacino? Excuse me! You probably have the best actors in the world, you should be so f***ing lucky."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Al Pacino, TV and Film

Dominic Smithers
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