Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande Give a ‘Chromatica’ Weather Update in New Video
The duo partnered with the Weather Channel ahead of “Chromatica” release
Apparently, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande have added meteorology to their impressive skill sets. Fresh off the release of their hit collaboration, “Rain on Me,” the popstar duo released a video as the “Chromatica Weather Girls” in partnership with the Weather Channel.
As a tribute to their recent anthem, Gaga and Grande are seen carrying large umbrellas and reporting on the heavy “rain” – coming straight out of a water hose, of course – from their homes in L.A. and Beverly Hills, respectively.
“It was beautiful just yesterday but, oh wow, how things have changed,” Gaga starts the “weathercast” wearing a white bodysuit and giant glitter-pink sunglasses. “We are soaking wet, and whilst some are complaining about the recent downpour, we would like to celebrate the rain.”
Gaga directs to Grande, who reports the downpour from inside her home while sporting the iconic white-eyeliner look from the music video.
“Rain on me, tsunami! Water like misery but the people are still going,” Grande adds, mixing in a few of the lyrics from their hit song.
“So true, Ariana!” Gaga responds. “The world is rising up in a massive act of kindness to celebrate the rain the world so desperately needs to quench the thirst of the Earth. Are we thirsty or what?”
The singers partake in some quick back-and-forth before Grande adds a positive note to the forecast – “It will be raining all summer, but we’re surely dancing as it does.”
Although the video appears to be a low budget production, it may have been exactly the lighthearted content we needed right now. The Chromatica weather update comes just a few days before the release of Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated album and, needless to say, fans are definitely ready for this new downpour.
Watch the Chromatica Weather Girls video below: