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Lady Gaga hits a weekend wedding with beau Taylor Kinney

Call it “Meet the Parents: Lady Gaga Edition.” Pop star Gaga and brooding actor Taylor Kinney broke off their romance in May, only to reunite a month later. Things have been going so well since, it would appear the the couple has been making family introductions.

Gaga accompanied Kinney to his brother’s weekend wedding, according to a Ministry source, at the picturesque Westlake Village Inn, a Mediterranean hotel by the sprawling grounds of the Westlake Golf Course in Westlake Village. 

Arriving Friday evening for a rehearsal dinner, Gaga and Kinney instantly attracted the attention of guests and staff. The couple roamed the manicured grounds and enjoyed drinks together at the hotel’s lakeside bar and restaurant, Bogie’s. 

Sipping on a cocktail of vodka, pineapple and orange juice, Gaga relaxed with her man in a private cabana into the wee hours.


Before checking out of the hotel midday Monday, Gaga kept her Twitter feed consistent with the duties of a wedding guest: She’d tweeted nary a photo nor little monster affection from Friday morning on. She did, however, share an Instagram photo from her suite.  

The weekend prior, Gaga and Taylor enjoyed dinner at her father Joe’s New York restaurant Joanne Trattoria. The following day she uploaded a sweet snapshot, above, of cuddle time with Taylor to her fan network 

The Lady makes her acting debut in Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming “Machete Kills,” and will kick off the European leg of her Born This Way Ball world tour Aug. 14 in Bulgaria. 



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