The Twister Film is featured in the reloaded version of The Monster Ball Tour. This interlude is displayed on the two rows of cylindrical screens from the catwalk after being lowered onstage.

Twister FilmEdit

Lady Gaga and her friends are struck by a twister which leads to the transition from the Subway (Act II) to the Forest (Act III). The whole interlude has a strong "Wizard of Oz" inspiration. Transcription of the dialogue can be found here. The Twister Film was played after "Yoü and I" (previously "Speechless"), and before "So Happy I Could Die", which gave Lady Gaga the time to change into the Living Dress.
Note: Gaga didn't go back stage, instead her dancers brought the dress on stage for her to change into once the cylindrical screens came down.

The film was released on October 18, 2011 by



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Twister Film


Lady Gaga tours interludes
Musical interludes "Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary (Remix)"  · "DJ Space Cowboy"
As Opening act "Haus (intro)"  · "Pop Ate My Heart"  · "Phantom"
The Fame Ball Tour "The Heart"  · "The Brain"  · "The Face" — Crevettes Films
The Monster Ball Tour "Jumping"  · "Puke"  · "Raven"  · "Tank Girl"  · "Twister"  · "Antler"  · "Monster"  · "Apocalyptic"  · "Tattoo"  · "Poker Face"  · "Toilet"  · "Fan"  · "Judas"  · "Bloody Space"
ITunes Festival "ARTPOP SwineFest Backdrop"  · "Sex Dreams SwineFest Backdrop"  · "Swine SwineFest Backdrop"  · "Jewels N' Drugs SwineFest Backdrop"
ArtRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball "ArtRave (Intro)"  · "Venus"  · "Jewels N' Drugs"

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