Rumors about Lady Gaga dating her “A Star Is Born” co-star Bradley Cooper has been swirling around for months now. But there’s a change in the latest update about the two celebrities that reportedly involve a third party into the mix.

Apparently, Lady Gaga is no longer interested in Cooper as she has set her sights on someone else. The latest story came from Australian publication Woman’s Day in an article titled “Gaga Moves On From Bradley!” as reported by Gossip Cop.

Woman’s Day claimed that Gaga did have a relationship with Cooper, but it’s all over now with the entry of a third party. “The world thought she was mixing business with pleasure by striking an off-screen romance with her ‘A Star Is Born’ co-star Bradley Cooper, but it looks like Lady Gaga was working elsewhere on a new romance!” the publication reported.

The publication then went on to state that Gaga was spotted on a lunch date with another man at Granville eatery in L.A. The man was identified as Dan Horton, a sound engineer whom she worked with since November last year.

But the premise of Woman’s Day that Gaga struck “an off-screen romance” with Cooper is a bit off, according to Gossip Cop. Even if the singer started a new romance with Horton, it didn’t come after her romance with Cooper.

Simply put, there was never a romantic relationship between Gaga and Cooper, which has already been proven countless times. Thus, Gaga can’t technically “move on” from her relationship with her co-star since they didn’t have one to begin with.

But is Gaga and Horton really dating? That seems to be the question on everyone’s mind these days ever since they were spotted during that PDA-filled brunch date.

Of course they can just be really close friends who decided to go out for brunch together. But then again, those who’ve seen the two say they appear to be more than just friends.

Lady Gaga also appeared unconcerned with onlookers as she and Horton conversed and ate for about an hour. “They were kissing as they spoke really close up,” a source revealed.

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