Lady Gaga's tying the knot with Taylor Kinney! "From all I've heard, I don't think I'm dropping a secret by saying they are ready to get hitched this year," reveals Gaga's friend, Lady Starlight, in an interview with The Sun.
"There's a summer period when his shooting schedule will be clear and her concert and studio commitments will be minimal, so expect an announcement some time soon," continues the DJ.
Taylor and Gaga, 26, started dating in September 2011 after she chose him to star in her music video for "You and I."
"She's told me he's the one and you know that instantly when you see them together," says Lady Starlight. "'They were made for each other. At first I thought he was too hot to be cool but now I think he's totally awesome."
Lady Gaga "Born This Way" to premiere on February 13
Lady Gaga has announced on her Twitter page that "Born This Way" will premiere on February 13. The "Born This Way" album will be out May 23!
"I'm beautiful in my way, 'cause God makes no mistakes, I'm on the right track baby, I was Born This Way," Gaga teased. "Don't hide yourself in regret, just love yourself and you're set. I'm on the right track baby, I was Born This Way."
Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys Top List of 2010's Most Charitable Stars
LADY GAGA has beaten ALICIA KEYS to lead the list of the most charitable celebrities of the year (10).
The Poker Face hitmaker's outspoken support for gay rights and her tireless efforts in the campaign for the repeal of the U.S. military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy placed her at number one, just ahead of Keys, who led the charge against HIV and AIDS in 2010.
The ladies are at the top of the Celebs Gone Good countdown, compiled by teen charity DoSomething.org.
Country sweetheart Taylor Swift, Hollywood couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore, Matt Damon and Justin Bieber all feature in the top 10.
Kim Kardashian is not dead. The reality star plays dead for a new ad campaign.
Kim Kardashian, 30, is joining sister Khloe, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys and other stars in signing off Facebook and Twitter beginning Wednesday, which is World AIDS Day, to draw attention to the disease, reports PEOPLE.
The campaign, called Digital Life Sacrifice, includes ads that show Kardashian lying in a coffin to symbolize her igital deaths. They will sign back on when the Keep a Child Alive charity raises $1 million.
Keep a Child Alive will accept donations via text message and bar-code technology embedded in the ads. The charity raises money for families affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.
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