Lady Gaga appeared on Larry King Live tonight and, dressed in a glam King-inspired outfit, unveiled a preview clip for her upcoming "Alejandro" music video (due June 7). The eighteen-second preview hints at a more stylized (i.e. black and white) and less plot-driven final product, as compared to the overstuffed, vibrant "Telephone" video and her energetic, fashion-forward "Bad Romance" clip. Gaga told King that the new video is a "celebration of my love and appreciation for the gay community, my admiration of their bravery and their love for one another, their courage and their relationships — it's something I have yet to nail on the head with a man." While that influence isn’t necessarily evident in this clip, it appears as though we’re in for some Pantsuit Chic Gaga, some Kimono Gaga, and, of course, some Frisky Gaga. And no matter what the final cut looks like, the fact that this amount of excitement surrounds a preview of a music video serves as further proof that Gaga has revitalized the form.