Lady Gaga is on the cover of the new issue of Vanity Fair, and now a new behind-the-scenes clip shows the pop star's little monsters what went down during her various photo shoots for the magazine.

Beyond stripping down for Tony Bennett, Gaga also played muse for photographer Annie Leibovitz, who shot the stunning images of the 'Born This Way' singer. The video, set to the sounds of 'Marry the Night,' offers glimpses of the star in and out of her couture garb and making everyone on set laugh with her Gaga ways.

Fans get to see the star with Bennett, casually serving up New York City hot dogs on the street, and riding on the Staten Island Ferry. "It's just so me to take my clothes off on a ferry," Gaga says.

Later, the singer is shot in a laundromat in an elaborate gown and giant platforms. She asks a patron for detergent because she's out. "He just said no," she announces. "'Get your own, b----h.'"

Finally, fans see what went down during the shoot from which the cover was selected. Gaga is having a great time, making jokes and getting cheers from everyone involved. Check out the behind-the-scenes clip below, and pick up the January 2012 issue of Vanity Fair on newsstands on Tuesday, Dec. 6.

Watch Lady Gaga Behind the Scenes of Her Vanity Fair Shoot