LADY Gaga called boyfriend Michael Polsanky "the love of her life" just months after they started dating.
The performer made the heartwarming revelation during an interview about her One World: Together at Home concert.
Gaga said on Morning Joe about the concert benefit for the pandemic she's working "with Born This Way Foundation, my mother, Cynthia Germanotta, and our co-founder Maya, who I love so very much — they are working with my, the love of my life on something for mental health."
She's been engaged twice before, first to Taylor Kinney in 2015 and then to Christian Carino in 2018.
Gaga and Michael were first linked over New Year's Eve and then became "Instagram official" in February over the Super Bowl.
The Harvard University graduate runs Facebook co-founder Sean Parker’s Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy.
He also is the founder and executive director for The Parker Foundation.
A source recently told Entertainment Tonight of her new relationship: "She wasn't expecting to get so involved so quickly after her last relationship, but she started telling her friends she was completely in love with him.
"Anyone that has spent any time with them can see the connection.
"They are completely smitten. Her friends haven't seen her this happy in years.
"It didn't take long for her friends to adore him too."
The source went on Gaga and Michael initially tried to take things slow.
They said: "At first Gaga wanted to keep it low key and quiet because she had just gotten out of a relationship and thought taking it slow would be good, but they had an immediate connection, so it was tough to keep under wraps.
"They were spending so much time together, she finally decided to post on Instagram to make it official."
But people weren't always so sure the two were meant to be.
A source told Us Weekly in February: “They are not serious.”
“She’s having fun and likes the attention, but he is not the only guy she’s interested in.
"Despite sharing a pic of them on Instagram together, she hasn’t been making a big deal about Michael to her friends.”
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