A video for Lady Gaga's hit single Born This Way featuring gay club kids from Manchester, England is getting lots of attention on YouTube.

Born This Way is the title single from Lady Gaga's second studio album to be released in May.

Before the song's February 11 release, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton told MTV News that the song was “gay-in-your-face gay.” And Vogue wrote: Born This Way is “an unbelievably great dance song, destined to be the anthem of every gay-pride event for the next 100 years.”

The official video, which clocks in at over 7 minutes, wowed rocker Adam Lambert, who called it “wild and weird” like “Barbarella meets Alien,” but doesn't linger on gay themes much.

The I Love The Village version, on the other hand, is “gay-in-your-face gay.” The video, which features club kids from gay-friendly Manchester dancing and lip-synching to Lady Gaga's latest single, is all about fun. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)