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Friday 6 March 2015

Kinney unaware of Gaga engagement

Lady Gaga's boyfriend Taylor Kinney has denied they are getting married
Lady Gaga's boyfriend Taylor Kinney has denied they are getting married

Taylor Kinney has denied he is engaged to Lady Gaga, saying, "It's news to me."

There had been rumours that the Poker Face singer and the 31-year-old actor were planning their wedding, but he batted the stories away, saying he is unaware of the reports that he had popped the question.

He told Extra: "It's news to me! You probably know more about it than I do."

The couple have been dating ever since meeting on the set of the singer's You and I music video in September 2011.

Taylor - who stars in American TV show Chicago Fire - said he would be open to Lady Gaga (whose real name is Stefani Germanotta) appearing on the show.

"Yeah, we could do that. She'd have, like, fire-breathing breasts," he joked.

The actor also revealed that she is on the mend since undergoing hip surgery, saying: "She's great, she's doing well."

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