Is Gaga re­ally hot for Jeremy – or is the ac­tor merely a pawn in her love game?

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Looks like you missed your chance, Bradley Cooper – be­cause Lady Gaga has gone off with one of your best mates to show you what you’re miss­ing! Yep, Gaga has de­cided that a star is bored and lined her­self up a new lover in ac­tor Jeremy Ren­ner.

“She’s been go­ing to Jeremy’s house a lot and stay­ing into the early morn­ing hours,” spills a spy. “Gaga’s im­pressed with him. He might come across as ar­ro­gant, but she thinks he’s highly in­tel­li­gent and in­ter­est­ing. She also feels he’s a great dad and loves the way he dotes on his daugh­ter, Ava [five].”

Well, did Bradley think Gaga was go­ing to just hang around? The pair were the sub­ject of spec­u­la­tion as to the na­ture of their re­la­tion­ship

af­ter they took the lead roles in A Star Is Born and seemed to let the story spill over into their own lives – pro­fess­ing their love for each other at every turn. Then there was that per­for­mance of Shallow at the Os­cars, which no-one could ig­nore.

Since then, Bradley, 44, and part­ner Irina Shayk seem to have re­booted their ro­mance, leav­ing Gaga, 32 – who re­cently broke off her en­gage­ment to Chris­tian Carino – free to see some­one new.

The singer’s pals say they’re sur­prised at how quickly Jeremy, 48, has be­gun re­fer­ring to Gaga as his “girl­friend”. He also showed up in the VIP sec­tion of her Ve­gas show and was there when she gave an im­promptu per­for­mance of Fly Me To The Moon at an LA bar. Still, the au­di­ence couldn’t help but no­tice a touch of melan­choly in her voice as she crooned the Si­na­tra hit.

“There’s lit­tle doubt who she was think­ing about while singing,” said one source. “Gaga re­ally loves Bradley. She’s just frus­trated he isn’t free of the ties that bind him – Irina, mainly – and seems un­will­ing to change his life. Those who know Gaga best be­lieve Jeremy is go­ing to emerge the win­ner here... ”

Bradley and Jeremy starred in Amer­i­can Hustle to­gether

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