Lady Gaga, Taylor Kinney Wedding Trouble Claim Is NOT True
According to Life & Style, Lady Gaga can’t make up her mind about where or when to wed Kinney, and he’s supposedly fed up. A so-called “insider” tells the tabloid, “She’s gone back and forth between spring and summer and winter so many times.” And, alleges the magazine’s misguided “source,” Lady Gaga’s choice of venue “switches from Hawaii to Italy from week to week.”
Lady Gaga’s supposedly unilateral mercurialness has ticked off Kinney, claims the publication. “Taylor wanted to be hands-on and involved with all the planning, but he’s given up,” says the outlet’s questionable “source.” The magazine’s “source” further notes that Kinney is ordinarily very “laid-back” about the wedding planning, but has become “frustrated,” and “it’s causing real trouble” in his relationship with Lady Gaga. The tabloid adds that Kinney now simply has one request that they serve “good food” at the wedding, and has warned his famous fiancee, “It’s now or never” that they tie the knot.
When it comes to Lady Gaga and Kinney’s upcoming wedding, Life & Style’s track record has not been good. Gossip Cop busted the magazine last year when it published a seemingly manufactured article about the happy couple being at “war” over a $220 million prenuptial agreement. And before that, we nailed the tabloid for a bogus claim about Lady Gaga planning her wedding well before she and Kinney had even gotten engaged. At the time, the publication claimed Lady Gaga had recently bought a home in Malibu because she “want[ed] the wedding to take place there… under a big white tent.” Curiously, in the outlet’s latest piece about the singer’s supposed wedding “trouble,” it never mentions how it previously claimed she was going to wed in the summer of 2015 in Malibu.
Regardless of the tabloid’s history of inconsistencies and provably wrong information, Gossip Cop once again vigorously looked into the latest allegations of wedding “trouble,” and it is all inaccurate. A rep for Lady Gaga exclusively tells Gossip Cop the magazine’s newest story “isn’t true.”