Lady Gaga spotted romancing music video co-star

Lady Gaga was spotted around Southern California getting cozy with a possible new beau. (Getty Images file photo)Lady Gaga was spotted around Southern California getting cozy with a possible new beau. (Getty Images file photo)

Lady Gaga was spotted around Southern California getting cozy with a possible new beau. (Getty Images file photo)Lady Gaga was spotted around Southern California getting cozy with a possible new beau. (Getty Images file photo)

Does Lady Gaga have a hot new beau? According to Radar Online, the envelope-pushing pop diva has been seeing someone since July: her “You and I” video co-star Taylor Kinney, who appeared on “The Vampire Diaries.”

“It was just casual at first, but things are getting pretty hot and heavy,” a source told the site.

Evidently they were sighted together at a beach bar in Mission Viejo where they downed whiskey shots on Sept. 4.

“I couldn’t tell it was her at first,” recalled a patron. “It just looked like some hot couple making out, but then I realized it was Lady Gaga!”

And the next day, the pair were spotted strolling in the same town.
“Her hair was a little messy. It definitely seemed like a ‘morning after’ situation,” said the onlooker. “They are obviously totally into each other!”

Wait, this was the same observer? Sounds more like a stalker!

Spinning Tale

Is Paris Hilton embarking on a new career behind the turntables? According to TMZ, the club scene queen now wants to be … well, a club scene queen, but as a DJ rather than someone who just dances on tables.

Insiders tell the paparazzi site that Paris has been traveling around the world in order to shadow internationally famous DJs such as Afrojack and
Deadmau5 — and will even make an appearance onstage with the latter.

The celebutante is readying a house music album and seeks to become the “queen of house music,” according to a source, because “no woman has ever taken over in that arena … and she wants to become that person.”

We find it hard to believe that Paris would pick a profession that would keep her off the dance floor and out of sight at nightclubs.


Gwyneth’s 9/11 Story

As we approach the 10-year anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, Gwyneth Paltrow is recalling a story of how she saved a woman’s life — when they had a standoff that made the woman late to work at the World Trade Center. Evidently, Gwyneth was in her SUV when she and a jaywalking woman stopped and had, er, a moment.

“Basically, what happened was I had gone to a yoga class very early,” the “Contagion” star explained to reporters.

“I was on the way home and it was the morning of Sept. 11 — not that I knew at the time what that meant — and a girl was jaywalking across the street and we kind of both stopped at the same time and waited a really long time.”

“Ten years later I got a letter from her saying that she had been late for work and we had that thing and she went down to the Christopher Street station to catch her train to go down to the World Trade Center where she worked on the 77th floor of the South Tower and the train was just pulling out,” noted the actress.

“It was an extraordinary story and all I could think about is all of the people who had experiences like that that day, but aren’t able to reach out because it wasn’t a recognizable person. I think a lot of fates were changed that day, obviously, and I am very humbly happy to be a part of her story.”

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