Lady Gaga and boyfriend Michael Polansky were spotted on two concert date nights in Las Vegas over the weekend, seemingly squashing any rumours of a split.
The Born This Way singer was first seen supporting Katy Perry at her residency show at Resorts World Las Vegas on Friday, with the tech mogul and her manager, Bobby Campbell, by her side, reports Page Six.
A fan shared a clip of Gaga and Polansky walking around the venue, as the Bad Romance singer looked over, smiled and held up a peace sign.
The two were also spotted at Vegas’ lavish new venue, The Sphere, to watch U2 perform on Saturday.
Gaga wore a blue-and-brown flannel shirt as she and her man were caught on video dancing and having fun in a VIP section of the music and entertainment arena.
Lead singer Bono even gave Gaga a shoutout. “I better sing these notes right, Lady Gaga is in the house tonight,” the rock icon told the crowd, according to a review from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, just finished her own residency, “Lady Gaga Jazz & Piano,” at Park MGM on Thursday.
She and Polansky were also spotted on an outing in Sin City last month, several months after Radar Online reported that they ended their three-year romance due to a disagreement over marriage and kids.
“They broke up a few months ago. It was amicable. They’re still friends,” a source told the news outlet in late March.
While the sighting in August initially fuelled reconciliation speculation – it was the first time they were publicly seen together in over a year – their latest date nights seemingly prove they’re still going strong.
Page Six broke the news in February 2020 that Gaga and Polansky were dating.
Throughout their relationship, they’ve attended the Super Bowl, the BAFTAs and the Critics Choice Awards together.
Gaga has even gushed about Polansky in past interviews, calling him “my whole life.”
Prior to her romance with Polansky, Gaga was previously engaged to Chicago Fire star Taylor Kinney and talent agent Christian Carino.
This article originally appeared in Page Six and was reproduced with permission.