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Taylor Kinney planning surprise Lady Gaga nuptials

Published 06/01/2016

Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney
Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney

Taylor Kinney won't let slip any details about his forthcoming wedding to Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga's fiancé has refused to be drawn on when they will marry.

The eccentric singer accepted actor Taylor Kinney's proposal in February 2015 after dating for around four years. Despite being seen out together in public and gushing about each other in interviews, Taylor has vowed not to let their special day become a showbiz spectacle.

"We'll keep it a surprise," he told People when asked about the date.

Taylor also kept quiet on any plans which have already been made, only saying that he's leaving it to his fianceé for the most part.

The actor popped the question over a romantic Valentine’s Day (14 February) meal, presenting his girlfriend with a stunning heart-shaped Lorraine Schwartz diamond ring. They met when he appeared in the promo for her track Yoü and I.

Since then both of them have been very busy, with Gaga branching out into acting. She's scored a role on the smash hit series American Horror Story: Hotel as The Countess, with her portrayal going down as well with critics as fans as she's won a Golden Globe Award nomination.

Taylor has been a pillar of support for the singer while she's been shooting, with some of his Chicago Fire castmates, including Eamonn Walker and Monica Raymund, even helping her practice.

"There are a few scenes, whether Monica saw or Eamonn saw that they remember running and say 'kudos' and 'good job,'" he said. "She's really taken to it."

In the past, Taylor has hinted that he wouldn't be adverse to teaming up with Gaga on screen. He even joked about the subject matter, sharing a potential project could be called "The Nuptials".

"I would love doing something with her," Taylor previously revealed to E! News. "I met working with her. I don't know that we've done anything workwise since. I wouldn't put that out of the realm of possibilities."

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