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It has been nearly five months since Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney pulled the plug on their engagement. She has remained tight-lipped since, but this time, the Grammy-winning songstress is speaking up.
Elle reports that Lady Gaga appeared on CBS Sunday Morning on Nov. 27, 2016, and gamely answered questions about love, fame, and break-ups. She says she believes that "women love very hard, with everything they have" and she just wishes that it could be returned with the same "type of dignity."
She also gives unsolicited advice to men, hinting that being more open and expressive in love do not make them less of a man. "We just want you to love us as deeply and as wholesomely and as fully as we love you."
In July earlier this year, Lady Gaga posted a photo of her then-fiancé Taylor Kinney on Instagram and revealed that they have taken a break. She didn't disclose any details, but "long-distance and complicated schedules" could have played a part. She also pleaded for her fans - over 19.8 million of them on Instagram - to "root us on" because "they really love each other."
Jobs & Hire reports that the award-winning artist could not help getting emotional in the interview while speaking about the all-too-public life that she now lives. The "Bad Romance" singer says she misses the simple moments when she can go around and engage people in random conversations.
In an October 2016 guesting on "The Howard Stern Show," Gaga revealed that she was still very much in love with the "Chicago Fire" actor, as per PageSix. She even cracked a joke that she won't be "throwing a party" when he decides to go back to the dating scene.
Sadly for Gaga, it would seem that she won't be popping any champagne bottles open anytime soon. Insiders reveal that Kinney has moved on and has been quietly dating 26-year-old Alanna DiGiovanni from South Philadelphia. The lucky girl could not be more different from the Mother Monster: Giovanni's work is far from the spotlight as she specializes in radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.