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Report: Axl Rose Is Dating Lana Del Rey

Singer wrote a song about Guns N' Roses frontman called 'Axl Rose Husband'

April 9, 2012 12:50 PM ET
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Axl Rose and Lana Del Rey are seen leaving Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
Josephine Santos, PacificCoastNews.com

Axl Rose is rumored to be dating Lana Del Rey, the Daily News reports. The Guns N' Roses frontman was spotted leaving the Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood with Del Rey on Friday, and the singer attended two consecutive Guns N' Roses shows in Los Angeles last month,

Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba previously told TMZ that he doesn't think the two are a couple. "I don't think they're dating," he says. "Axl is a really cool dude and he likes to hang out with cool people."

Del Rey, 25, has been a fan of the 50-year-old Rose for some time. Prior to her success with the viral pop hit "Video Games," the singer recorded a song called "Axl Rose Husband," in which she sings "You're my one king daddy, I'm your little queen." You can hear the song – which was sort of creepy to begin with, but is even more so now that the two know each other and may be hooking up – below.

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