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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Lady Gaga has said sorry to her boyfriend after telling fans at a Joe Biden rally that she loved her ex "so much"

    The 34-year-old singer performed some of her hits at a drive-in rally in Pittsburgh on Monday night (02.11.20) to campaign for the Democratic candidate ahead of Tuesday's (03.11.20) US election, and during a break between songs she spoke about her former fiance Taylor Kinney

    She said: "Anyone here from Lancaster?

    "Well, I was engaged to a man from Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I know, I know, it didn’t work out. I loved him so much, it just did not work out. But I still love my Pennsylvania guy. I love Joe! So Joe’s my new Pennsylvania guy."

    But in between performing 'You and I', Gaga stopped and said sorry to her current boyfriend Michael Polansky for speaking about Taylor - who she dated from 2011 to 2016 - and dec lared her love to the tech entrepreneur.

    She said: "To my boyfriend here tonight, I’m sorry I had to do this whole, 'Pennsylvania, I dated a guy here' thing.

    "I love you so much, but it’s true."

    Meanwhile, at a rally in Biden's hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, on Monday, his rival and current president Donald Trump hit out at Gaga for supporting the 77-year-old former vice-president.

    Addressing the crowd, Trump said: "Now he’s got Lady Gaga.

    "I could tell you plenty of stories - I could tell you stories about Lady Gaga, I know a lot of stories."

    And he hit out at John Bon Jovi.

    Trump said: "Every time I see him he kisses my a**. 'Oh, Mr President.'

    "He'll get something out of it, just like everyone is.

    "By the way, we draw much bigger crowds than these people.

    "They got Beyonce, and they got Jay-Z."

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity

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