Monday, September 2, 2013

Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Carmichael have a ball at Lady Gaga show

They've gone Gaga: Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Carmichael were spotted at the Lady Gaga concert in London on Sunday evening

Mail On Line
PUBLISHED: 03:29 EST, 2 September 2013 | UPDATED: 04:43 EST, 2 September 2013

They both play slightly uptight characters on their respective shows – Sherlock and Downton Abbey.
But it seems in real-life Benedict Cumberbatch and Laura Carmichael are far from boring as they proved when they attended Lady Gaga’s much talked about Roundhouse show in London on Sunday evening.

The actors, who are both the toast of British talent, appeared to really let their hair down as they chatted away at the bar before the Mother Monster took to the stage.

Slipping on a baker boy style cap the famous red-head dressed down in a pair brown trousers with a black zip up cardigan and casual trainers – looking a far cry from the dapper appearances he puts on at events.
Laura meanwhile also looked vastly different to her on stage character Lady Edith – showing off a more relaxed style.

The pretty actress wore a pair of dark blue jeans with a white T-shirt and leather jacket, while her hair was worn loose.

Laura and Benedict clearly get along like a house on fire and they were seen laughing away together as they hung around the bar enjoying a few drinks.

Benedict seemed in a particularly good mood and messed around talking selfies of himself and a friend as Laura stood about laughing.

The Star Trek actor is currently believed to be single. For 12 years, he was in an on-off relationship with actress Olivia Poulet, best known for her role as Tory spin doctor Emma Messinger in BBC sitcom The Thick Of It.

Fresh air: The gang were seen outside the venue with their drinks and again Benedict looked deep in conversation

Since the break-up, he has been linked with several high-profile women, including Star Trek co-star Alice Eve and Lord Of The Rings actress Liv Tyler.

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