Scoop: Lady Gaga wants to marry beau

Lady Gaga wants to marry her boyfriend during the holidays, according to a U.K. tabloid report.

The over-the-top pop star reportedly envisions an over-the-top ceremony at a castle in the British countryside, complete with her arrival in a horse-drawn carriage. And forget about a wedding DJ: The entertainment may consist of Dita Von Teese jumping out of a cake to perform a burlesque show.

Gaga recently reconnected with her NYC-based ex-beau, bartender Luc Carl, and is said to be head over heels in love.

“Lady Gaga has told everyone she plans to get married. She has said she wants a fairy-tale wedding in a castle,” a roadie for her tour told the Sun.

 

Young love

Joe Jonas and Ashley Greene are becoming serious. After initially avoiding any on-camera public displays of affection, they’ve been photographed holding hands and arm in arm.

[Joe] is head over heels for [Ashley],” a source told People magazine.

The “Twilight” actress, 23, even brought the pop star, 21, to Florida to introduce him to her parents. Despite their busy schedules, “they want to spend as much time together as possible,” a source said.

 

PDA attack
 

Josh Duhamel may have been caught getting close to a woman who wasn’t his wife, Fergie — but it wasn’t his fault, honest! The actor received unwelcome advances from a random stranger after a screening of his new film, “Life As We Know It.”

The woman, described as “well-groomed,” “marched up to him after the movie had finished at the Ziegfeld, grabbed his neck and tried to start making out with him,” a source told Page Six. “A security guard had to pull her off and throw her out.”

 

Miley’s night out
 

Miley Cyrus is only 17, but that didn’t stop her from hitting the nightclub scene. The “Hannah Montana” star was spotted at Hollywood club Voyeur late Thursday night.

“She was constantly smiling and seemed to be in great spirits,” an observer told Us magazine.

But that doesn’t mean Miley, who was accompanied by her girlfriends — and a security guard — got wild during their less-than two-hour stay.

“It was clear she knew she was being watched by others,” the onlooker said. “No alcohol was in her presence the entire night.”

 

Rihanna to get engaged?
 

Baseball player Matt Kemp is close to proposing to girlfriend Rihanna, Us magazine reported.

“They are in love,” a source declares. “Seeing them interact, it’s definitely possible he could propose — but it’d have to be a long engagement, because they’re both so focused on their careers.” Well, that doesn’t sound very definite.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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