- Lady Gaga showed some serious PDA with her new boyfriend last week, subsequently shattering the fantasies of everyone who wanted to see her and Bradley Cooper get together.
- As it turns out, “She’s ready to dispel those rumors once and for all,” according to a source for Entertainment Tonight.
- Gaga’s new romance comes nearly six months after the end of her engagement to talent agent Christian Carino.
When Lady Gaga publicly smooched her new boyfriend last Sunday, she also brought down all the dating rumors that theorized a bad romance between her and former costar Bradley Cooper. Now, the singer is also ready to shed her poker face on that romantic speculation for good, according to a source for Entertainment Tonight.
Although the rumors intensified after Cooper and Irina Shayk announced the end of their four-year relationship, it turns out that “all the talk of Bradley was all in fun,” the source said to the outlet. “She’s ready to dispel those rumors once and for all.”
Gaga’s new beau, audio engineer Dan Horton, is said to have been working closely with the singer on the production of new music.
“They’re working very closely together at a home studio in Hollywood, and sparks just started flying,” said the source. “People noticed the chemistry early on, and now that she has taken some time to herself, she finally feels free to date. They seem like a pretty good match.”
Of Horton’s compatibility with the Academy Award winner, the source said, “He is handsome and talented and she likes to date men on her team … she is known as a workaholic, so it fits her lifestyle to meet someone while working.”
The new relationship comes nearly six months after Gaga’s engagement to talent agent Christian Carino ended.
This also isn’t the first time that Gaga crushed the romantic fantasies of Little Monsters and A Star Is Born fans everywhere.
“Yes, people saw love. And guess what? That's what we wanted you to see,” Gaga told Kimmel. “This is a love song, ‘Shallow.’ The movie, A Star Is Born, it’s a love story. We worked so hard, we worked all week on that performance."
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