Sep 27, 2013 06:53 PM EDT | Jonathan Lambert
New rumors are flying that Lady Gaga and her boyfriend,Taylor Kinney, are talking about a wedding. The ARTPOP singer and the Chicago Fire star were spotted on a date night, reigniting claims that the couple will soon say “I do.” In this latest update, we’ll take a look at the rumors and see if there is any truth behind them.
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Allegations that Gaga is gonna get hitched any time soon appear to be false. In the most recent round of tabloid speculation, OK! Magazine spoke with a “source” who spotted the couple on a date night. According to the witness:
“They looked very cute together and really happy--in their own little love bubble. They held hands and looked lovingly at each other...She was dressed down and looked like a local. They chilled like locals. She was barely noticed and no one bothered them as they really seemed to want a romantic night.”
Of course, this isn’t the first time talks of marriage arose in the tabloids. Last month, Star Magazine claimed that the pop princess and her boyfriend were ready to take things to the next level. A source spoke to the tabloid:
“Taylor always said he wanted to marry here. He’s brought Lady Gaga to visit many times, and she loves it because of the small-town pace and the fact that people leave her alone. She likes the idea of a low-key wedding around Lancaster.”
The 27-year-old recording artist and the 32-year-old actor have been dating for nearly two years and have already exhibited a high level of commitment...and spending.
Back in July, Gaga bought her boytoy an awesome present for his 32nd birthday--a bag that cost over $50,000.
The Daily Mail reports that:
"The unique bag, which is part of Hirst's collaboration with the Olsen twins' clothing label The Row, is covered in mini-versions of his famous spot paintings - which are rows of randomly colored circles--and comes with a gold plated brass feet to rest it on."
What do you think about the rumors? Could Gaga and Taylor get hitched? Let us know your thoughts in the comment field below.
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