Lady Gaga Goes Instagram Official with New Man After Spending Super Bowl 2020 Weekend Together

Lady Gaga was seen snuggling up with the same man that she was spotted kissing on New Year's Eve

Lady Gaga enjoyed Super Bowl weekend cozied up with her new beau.

On Sunday, the pop star, 33, and her new flame were spotted leaving Hard Rock Stadium in Miami together after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers during Super Bowl LIV.

Gaga was seen canoodling with the same man — who has been identified as Michael Polansky throughout the weekend leading up to game-day. On New Year’s Eve, PDA-filled photos of Gaga and Polansky were captured in Las Vegas.

Polansky is the CEO of San Francisco-based organization Parker Group.

Gaga made their relationship Instagram official on Monday when she shared a photo of the pair cuddling on a yacht.

“We had so much fun in Miami. Love to all my little monsters and fans, you’re the best! ❤️,” she captioned her post.

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Lady Gaga and Michael Polansky. Lady Gaga / Instagram
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Ahead of celebrating New Year’s day together, Gaga and Polansky were seen getting steamy at Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar in Las Vegas on Dec. 30. According to a source, the two were kissing for at least an hour.

This is the pop star’s second relationship since she called it quits with her ex-fiancé Christian Carino last year. The couple confirmed to PEOPLE in February that they had ended their engagement.

“It just didn’t work out. Relationships sometimes end,” a source told PEOPLE at the time, adding that the pair split “a bit ago.” “There’s no long dramatic story.”

Speculation that their relationship had run its course began when fans noticed that the singer was not wearing her engagement ring at the Grammy Awards. Fans also pointed out that she did not thank Carino during her acceptance speech after her song “Shallow” won the award for best pop duo or group performance.

Gaga briefly dated audio engineer Dan Horton last summer and fall.

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