“American Horror Story” star Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have been rumoured to doing a project together after they were spotted sharing a bike ride recently.
The actor gave the singer a lift to a dinner at Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica, California over the weekend. Gaga rode at the back of Cooper’s Ducati bike, while both of them were sporting biker leather jackets and helmets, People magazine reported.
The “American Horror Story” actress was seen wearing faded ripped jeans and spiked black boots, while Cooper settled for navy pants, gray sneakers and a jacket that matches his bike, Us Weekly wrote.
E! News also shared this photo on its official Twitter account.
The two “might be working on a project together,” a source told Us Weekly.
The celebrities’ respective partners were not present during the dinner. The “Bad Romance” singer is engaged to “Chicago Fire” star Taylor Kinney, while Cooper’s has been dating Irina Shayk for about a year now.
Meanwhile, “American Horror Story” veteran Evan Peters shared some secrets about his first day on the set of the FX hit anthology series.
The actor recalled how gruesome AHS creator Ryan Murphy’s creative visions are.
“I remember one of the first days, we were shooting a scene and Ryan goes, ‘Ok, I want to have blood poured all over Evan right now, we’re going to put him in the corner and turn the camera on and it’s going to be great.’ You know how Ryan works, he’s very creative, it’s his show so he’s writing it and creating it as he’s directing. It’s very cool working with him and it’s very impulsive, I like that.” Peters revealed to Hero magazine.
Peters played several characters in AHS. He portrayed teenage sociopathic murderer Tate Langdon in the first season of “American Horror Story.” In season two, he appeared as Kit Walker, a man wrongly accused of killing his wife. Peters performance in this season gave him a nod for Best Supporting Actor in the Satellite Award. In the third season, titled “American Horror Story: Coven,” he portrayed a frat boy, named Kyle Spencer, who was killed and brought back to life. In the fourth season, he played Jimmy Darling, a circus performer with deformed hands.
All these roles definitely worked out for Peters, Cinema Blend noted. His performances in AHS has built up his big screen portfolio and landed on roles such as Quicksilver in the X-Men films.
Peters is expected to be back for “American Horror Story” season six, which will premiere later this year.