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Lady Gaga Shares Heartfelt Dedication to Boyfriend Michael Polansky

Lady Gaga concluded her long-running Enigma + Jazz & Piano residency on July 6 after an impressive 72 shows. The run, which consisted of eight legs and nearly $100 million grossed, began in December 2018.

Throughout the residency, the 38-year-old superstar accomplished several milestones. Gaga won an Oscar for Best Original Song “Shallow” from A Star is Born, starred in the Academy Award-nominated House of Gucci, released the album Chromatica and toured to support it, and dropped a second collaborative album with the late Tony Bennett.

The star was visibly sentimental as her series of shows neared its end, with a 21-month hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic. According to People, she dedicated her second-to-last concert on July 5 to someone very special.

The singer gave a heartfelt shoutout to her longtime boyfriend, Michael Polansky, 46, and dedicated the Park MGM’s Dolby Live show to “my mister,” along with her longtime manager Bobby Campbell.

Michael was in the audience for her final show the following night, Billboard reported, as was her father Joe Germanotta. Gaga acknowledged both of them, along with the late, great Tony Bennett.

Through tears, Lady Gaga expressed her disbelief that it was her last performance of the residency, hinting that it might return later in a different format, possibly a pop series.
Gaga sweetly shouted out “my mister” Michael Polansky during her concert

She continued by stating, “When we come back, we hope you’ll come back, we’ll have a brand-new show for you.”

Gaga and Michael were first seen together in 2019 at a New Year’s Eve party, sealing their relationship with a kiss at midnight. This marked the beginning of their relationship.
On opening night, she was joined by the late Tony Bennett on stage

The pair quarantined together during the 2020 pandemic, as documented by Gaga on her social media. Michael stood by her side when she released her lockdown dance album Chromatica.

They made their first public appearance together at the Super Bowl in early 2020, and Gaga confirmed their relationship on Instagram soon after. However, by March 2023, they reportedly ended their relationship.
After kicking off in 2018, the residency finally came to a close on July 6

Yet, the split was short-lived. The couple rekindled their romance a few months later, facing intense media scrutiny with engagement and pregnancy rumors.

Lady Gaga quickly shut down the pregnancy rumors, taking to TikTok to clarify with a video captioned, “Not pregnant – just down bad cryin’ at the gym,” referencing Taylor Swift’s song “Down Bad.”
Gaga has teased that her Las Vegas series might return in the form of a pop-oriented residency

Taylor Swift chimed in to support her fellow pop icon, commenting on the TikTok: “Can we all agree that it’s invasive & irresponsible to comment on a woman’s body. Gaga doesn’t owe anyone an explanation & neither does any woman.”

Source: People, Billboard