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Lady Gaga has confirmed for the first time that she has split from her fiancé, Christian Carino.
Speaking to the crowd during her Las Vegas residency show Jazz & Piano, she said: ‘Last time I sang this song, I had a ring on my finger, so it’ll be different this time.’
According to PEOPLE magazine, the pair actually split a while ago, after they decided things were no longer working between them.
A source said: ‘It just didn’t work out. Relationships sometimes end. There’s no long dramatic story.’
The sad announcement follows fans' speculation about their relationship, after the A Star Is Born attended the Grammys without Christian and did not thank him in her speech as she won an award for the song Shallow.
The two announced they were engaged just a few months ago, back in October.
The pair first started dating in February 2017, and Christian popped the question the following year.
Before the whirlwind romance, Gaga dated actor Taylor Kinney for five years. The two got together in 2011, after meeting during the filming of pop star’s music video You And I.
On Valentine’s Day 2015, after four years of dating Taylor popped the question, with a stunning heart-shaped engagement ring, but they split a year later.
She opened up about the split and her attitude to love in her film Five Foot Two: ‘I'm just at a different time in my life now, where I just feel like my threshold for bulls--t with men is, just—I don't have one anymore. I don't know if it's cause I'm 30, and I feel better than ever, you know?
‘All my insecurities are gone. I don't feel insecure about who I am as a woman. I'm not embarrassed or ashamed of what I have.’
She also hinted that her successful career was the reason most her relationships had broken down.
‘My love life has just imploded. I sold 10 million [records] and lost Matt. I sold 30 million and lost Luke’, she said.
‘I did a movie and lose Taylor. It's like a turnover. This is the third time I’ve had my heart broken like this.’