Still Going Strong: Lady Gaga And Taylor Kinney Together At Kennedy Centre

December 8, 2014

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Due to her ArtRave: The Artpop Ball tour, international superstar Lady Gaga hadn’t been pictured with her boyfriend, Taylor Kinney, since September. After three months apart, Gaga was seen arm in arm with Taylor on Sunday, proving their love can is strong enough for a long-distance relationship.

The lovely couple was spotted in a sweet embrace, as they posed on the carpet of the 37th Annual Kennedy Center Honors at the John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts in Washington, DC on Sunday.

The 28-year-old singer/songwriter sported a short platinum blonde wig that was styled in retro waves, and an elegant high-collared white gown featuring a long cape which was lined with a silver star print. And of course, she added some rhinestones above her light eyebrows. The 33-year-old actor wore a sleek black suit.

The “Do What You Want” singer shared a picture of her smile on Instagram, on Sunday, with a caption “There’s no bigger smile than the one you have when you’re in love.”

It was reported in October that the actor and the massive hit-maker reportedly taken their relationship to the next level by holding a commitment ceremony to prove how dedicated they are to one another.

The pair, who is not seen together in public very often, hosted the event at Joan Tratorria, a restaurant in New York owned by Gaga’s parents.

An insider revealed that Gaga wanted something visual, a commitment ceremony with the people who matter the most: “They don’t have time to plan a wedding, so they decided they would have a small gathering to show the people they love most how committed they are to one another. It was just for her family and a few close art and designer friends.”

The ceremony came shortly after One Tree Hill’s Sophia Bush, who appeared alongside Taylor in TV drama show Chicago Fire, started a rumor that the couple was set to officially tie the knot.

Recipients honored at the star-studded celebration at the Kennedy Center included singer Al Green, actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks, ballerina Patricia McBride, singer-songwriter Sting, and comedian Lily Tomlin.

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