Taylor Kinney wants to work with Lady Gaga
Chicago Fire actor Taylor Kinney would love to team up with his fiancée Lady Gaga on an acting project titled The Nuptials.
(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Actor Taylor Kinney wants to work with his fiancée Lady Gaga - on a wedding-themed project.
The Chicago Fire hunk has nothing but praise for his other half’s acting credentials and dreams of collaborating with her in the future. The couple met after Taylor starred in the promo for Gaga’s Yoü and I in 2011, and he thinks it would be fun to team up again.
"I would love doing something with her," Taylor 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."
With the pair set to tie the knot in the near future, Taylor thinks it would be interesting to work on something that they have a close connection to. When pressed about a title for a possible project, Taylor replied with a smile, “The Nuptials”.
The 34-year-old star is currently promoting the fourth season of his TV show Chicago Fire, while Gaga plays The Countess Elizabeth in FX’s hit series American Horror Story: Hotel. Taylor did everything he could to make sure the 29-year-old singer was ready for her scenes and even asked his co-stars to give her acting tips.
"I just wanted to help my girl prepare the best that she could, so that in itself has helped me just kind of... get immersed in it, in the work, and that translates... the more you talk about it, the more you do it, that stays with you,” he explained. "We've gotten together Friday nights, Saturday nights to help my girl prepare, to help read, to get her off book, to give her choices."
Taylor was hugely impressed with Gaga’s acting chops and loved seeing her light up the small screen in her first lead performance.
“It was amazing,” he gushed. “I'm proud of her and I push her. I support her 100 per cent. Ryan Murphy (show creator) has done an amazing job. That cast is amazing... she loves it. She really does. I think she did great."
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