Ultimately, Gaga prepares a sandwich and eats it, after a dance sequence. Beyoncé] – 6:41, "Telephone" (Electrolightz Remix) [feat.  This version was released as a single, and reached number seventeen in Canada, eighteen in Ireland, twenty-three in the US, and thirty in Australia. The stills depicted Gaga in three separate scenes: a kitchen scene where she wears a plastic chef's hat and a telephone made entirely of hair on her head, a scene in a diner with her dancers, where she is seen wearing an American flag patterned bikini and bandana, and a black-and-white photo of Gaga wearing a hat made from multiple triangles and corded telephones. With this, Gaga and Beyoncé tied with Mariah Carey for most number-ones since the Nielsen BDS-based Top 40 airplay chart launched in 1992. Gaga first performed "Telephone" at the BRIT Awards on February 16, 2010, at Earls Court Exhibition Centre.  A writer of The Huffington Post wrote, "As usual there is murder, masturbation, product placement, Tarantino referencing and lots of impractical headwear. Beyoncé] – 4:17, "Telephone" (Passion Pit Remix) [feat. , In 2010, "Telephone" was nominated in the category for Favorite Song at the Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and the 37th People's Choice Awards.  Sarah Hajibagheri from The Times and Armond White, music and film critic for the New York Press, were not impressed with the song. It was also performed during the Super Bowl LI halftime show, and many of the singer’s later tours, the most recent being the Joanne World Tour (2017–2018).  Other concepts of the video involve scenes at a diner, an appearance from singer Tyrese Gibson, and a prison shower scene. It is set in the key of F Dorian mode, and has a basic sequence of Fm–A♭–B♭–Fm as its chord progression. The video referenced Quentin Tarantino and his films Pulp Fiction (1994) and Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003).  The whole performance was low-key in comparison to her previous ones. Beyoncé – Telephone", "Lady Gaga Chart History (Canada CHR/Top 40)", "Lady Gaga Chart History (Canada Hot AC)", Danishcharts.com – Lady Gaga feat. , The music video is over nine minutes long and begins where "Paparazzi" left off after Gaga was arrested for killing her boyfriend by poisoning his drink.  According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, the song is set in the time signature of common time, with a tempo of 122 beats per minute. Beyoncé] – 4:03, "Telephone" (Ming Radio Edit) [feat. , In the United Kingdom, "Telephone" reached number twelve on the UK Singles Chart on March 14, 2010. Beyoncé] – 6:25, "Telephone" (Kaskade Club Remix) [feat.  Gaga is later taken to a women's prison, where she is led to her cell by two prison guards (Jayne Trcka and Dallas Malloy), who strip her of shoulder-padded dress and left lying naked, while she is mocked by the other women prison inmates. ", The video was placed at number three on NME's list of "50 Best Music Videos of 2010" along with the comment that it's "nearly ten minutes of product placements, a Thelma and Louise storyline, bizarre outfits and some uniquely Gaga-esque dance moves.