Thanks to her long-term partner, Michael Polansky, and her three French bulldogs, Lady Gaga's personal life appears to be complete. "My pets and the guy I love are my entire existence," the 35-year-old "House of Gucci" actor gushed to Page Six.
Gaga, on the other hand, revealed her relationship with entrepreneur Polansky in February 2020. She was formerly married to Taylor Kinney of "Chicago Fire" and Christian Carino, a talent agent. Meanwhile, Gaga thanked Polansky for supporting her during her near-fatal dognapping, in which her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was wounded while attempting to fend off two people attempting to take her puppies. For the uninitiated, Gaga's puppies, Koji and Gustav, were safely returned to her in February after two men abducted them and shot her walker, Ryan Fischer, in West Hollywood. Her third dog, Asia, was not taken.
In an interview released on Wednesday, the singer of "Stupid Love" remarked, "Everybody's OK." "Everyone is getting well." Ryan is always on my mind and in my prayers. I'm so relieved that he didn't die. And I thank God every day for my dogs' safe homecoming."
Following their steamy Oscars performance, Gaga's friendship with Polansky put an end to rumours that she was dating her "A Star Is Born" co-star Bradley Cooper. "Just from a personal standpoint, it reduces the anxiety level," Cooper said of the way the two peered into each other's eyes while singing her Oscar-winning song "Shallow."