Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney Call Off Their Engagement After Five Years Together—See Their Cutest Couple Moments
Say it ain’t so.
Lady Gaga and fiancé Taylor Kinney have called off their engagement, People confirms. Kinney asked the pop star for her hand in marriage in 2015 on Valentine’s Day and gave the beauty a stunning heart-shaped ring. She has previously gushed over her love for the Chicago Fire star. “I really can’t imagine being with anyone other than who I’m with right now,” Gaga told Howard Stern before the proposal. “He is the right guy. I have that feeling. I just know it.”
Kinney was first introduced to Gaga on the set of her music video "You and I" in 2011 and since announcing their engagement on Instagram in 2015, the pair frequently stepped out together at major red carpet events like the Academy Awards and charitable affairs like the Chicago Polar Plunge, which Kinney is a huge fan of. Gaga even praised Kinney for his love and support the night of the 2016 Oscars, when she performed an emotional version of her song about sexual assault, “Til It Happens to You.” “I never thought anyone would ever love me because I felt like my body was ruined by my abuser. But he loves the survivor in me. He’s stood by me all night proudly and unashamedly. That’s a real man,” she wrote alongside a stunning shot of the couple on Instagram.
Below, a look back at their most adorable couple moments.
When they channeled their inner cyclists for a trip to Chicago.
The pair hit the ski slopes in style—and for a charitable cause, too.
These smiles are the result of unconditional love.
Gaga and Kinney quite literally took the plunge at the 2016 Chicago Polar Plunge for charity.
The actor was fully supportive of her at the 2016 Oscars.
And the ring was always there for the ride.
Their selfie game was on-point.
And they were the epitome of glamour at the 2016 Golden Globes.
She proudly supported him at a screening of one of his latest flicks, The Forest.
The holidays were always a special time.
Kinney always made her smile.
No red carpet? No problem.
Like a true gentlemen, he held the door open at the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel.