Taylor Kinney
No more visits to the meat department at the Giant supermarket in Warwick Township, or private upstairs dining sessions at the Log Cabin, at least for the next year.

And it's a good thing she never bought that house in Lancaster County.

Lady Gaga reportedly has split with former Lancaster resident Taylor Kinney while she is on tour during 2012.

The couple are "on a break," according to a recent story in Us Weekly.

A source told the magazine, "She will be touring nonstop until next year and has found she can't have a relationship at the same time."

The insider adds that the performer also will be recording her next album while on the 110-show tour.

"There's just no room for anything else," the source said.

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)
"Her work is all-consuming."

The couple met a little over a year ago, while filming Gaga's video "You and I," and quickly became an item.

Kinney, a Lancaster Mennonite High School graduate, was a star on its volleyball court. He later went to West Virginia University and got involved with acting after college. He now lives in California.

He has family who lives here, in Manheim Township, and while dating Gaga brought her here for several visits with them. The couple and family members were spotted at the Log Cabin restaurant in Warwick Township and at Cafe 915 in Lancaster. They also were seen at Giant, where they reportedly bought steaks.

The county also was abuzz with rumors that Gaga planned to buy a house here earlier this year.

But she and Kinney's 10-month relationship apparently had grown rocky, the source told Us Weekly.

"Taylor was all about himself, a typical actor, and didn't completely get Gaga," the source said.

And Gaga might have had a bit of a shallow attraction for Kinney herself.

"She loved that she got this guy who everyone thought was hot! But it was never going to last," the source told Us Weekly.

Kinney previously appeared in the CW Network's "The Vampire Diaries," and has been cast as a firefighter in an NBC pilot called "Chicago Fire," which will be considered for a regular series in the fall.