LADY GAGA & TAYLOR KINNEY AT 2015 POLAR PLUNGE

Lady Gaga & Taylor Kinney took part in the 2015 Chicago Polar Plunge held at North Avenue Beach on Sunday morning, March 1st in Chicago.

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LADY GAGA GETS ENGAGED TO TAYLOR KINNEY!

Lady Gaga is officially engagement to longtime boyfriend Taylor Kinney! Times Herald-Record Executive Editor Barry Lewis had previously reported that the two celebrated the engagement at Joanne Trattoria; later that day, the pop singer confirmed on Instagram that she got engaged on Valentine’s Day! To celebrate their engagement, here are a few photos of the couple throughout the years. Congratulations to both Lady Gaga & Taylor Kinney!

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LADY GAGA GIVES ADVICE TO CHURCH SINGER/SONGWRITER IN LANCASTER

Lady Gaga was at a Sunday service at Grandview United Methodist Church this past weekend with her boyfriend Taylor Kinney to attend a family baptism. Fulmer, a 24-year-old Leola woman, plays piano at the church. But, because she stepped outside for a moment to calm her jangling nerves, the local musician missed her chance to get personal kudos from Lady Gaga.

But apparently Gaga thought Fulmer’s original song, “He is Coming,” is really good. She got a text from the pop star to prove it.

Shortly before the 10 a.m. service on Sunday, she was told that Gaga, nee Stefani Germanotta, and her longtime beau Taylor Kinney were in the church. “I’m a huge fan,” Fulmer said Monday. “So I calmed down, then went to my spot.”

First, she posted a message to Facebook telling friends that she was playing a song for Gaga.

YOU GUYS. TODAY I AM PLAYING A SONG I COMPOSED AT CHURCH. AND LADY GAGA IS IN THE CONGREGATION.

LADY. GAGA.

SEND PRAYERS, PLEASE.

Fulmer’s job is to play upbeat music for the service, which included an original song, “He is Coming”. “I wrote it for Christmas Eve,” she explained. “It’s about how Bethlehem is still pertinent today. It’s not just an old story.”

Fulmer was nervous before and after the service. During, however, her professional instincts took over.

“When I began playing, I was like, hey, work it out,” she said. “During the song, it’s like she wasn’t there. Then I got nervous again when I was done.

“People from the church told me that she whispered to her boyfriend that I was good.”

When Fulmer was done, she stepped outside to catch her breath.

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