Lady Gaga gives boyfriend Taylor Kinney support from overseas as the “Cheek to Cheek” singer goes quite daring in a see-through black dress on Monday night at the Belgium jazz club L’Archiduc.
In a report from Just Jared , Lady Gaga extends her love for boyfriend Taylor Kinney while she’s attending an event in Belgium, Brussels on September 23.
The singer tweeted: “The Amazing Dick Wolf’s @NBCChicagoFire returns 2night! Catch my honeybunny @TaylorKinney111 in this chilling episode,” referring to the NBC hit “Chicago Fire.” In the show, Taylor Kinney stars as Kelly Severide, a lieutenant who is the epitome of grace under pressure as he leads the rescue squad.
While she’s in Belgium, Lady Gaga’s boyfriend Taylor Kinney was in New York promoting the third season of the series.
The down-to-earth actor made sure that fans got their time’s worth as he posed with several of them for selfies.
Meanwhile, no stranger to shock value, Lady Gaga managed to be modest this time as she wore pasties and thong to cover her sensitive parts during the after party for Mother Monster’s concert with Tony Bennett, said MailOnline .
“However, Lady Gaga – born Stefani Germanotta – decided to make the bash an album release party, even donning the same 1980s curly wig she wore on the album cover,” it said.
Prior to the event, “Cheek to Cheek” singer Lady Gaga wrote on her Twitter account, and to her millions of followers: “Popping Champagne and counting down till #CheekToCheek.” Lady Gaga has credited Tony Bennett so many times in several interviews of saving her life, as she claimed that she lost her passion for singing six months ago during her bouts with depression.
“I’m not going to say any names, but people get irrational when it comes to money-with how they treat you, with what they expect from you.
But if you help an artist, it doesn’t give you the right, once the artist is big, to take advantage of them,” the “Cheek to Cheek” singer told Parade .
“I was so sad.
I couldn’t sleep.
I felt dead.
And then I spent a lot of time with Tony.
He wanted nothing but my friendship and my voice.”