Lady Gaga split with Christian Carino Because He Was “Jealous”?


    Lady Gaga split up with her fiance, Christian Carino, was something we didn’t expect. Let’s see what the reason behind it was!

    When Lady Gaga split with her fiance, People magazine’s reports said that there was no big story behind their separation. But a source told Us Weekly that Carino didn’t behave well with Gaga during the last days of their relationship.

    Reason Behind The Breakup?

    “Christian didn’t treat Gaga very well toward the end of their relationship,” the source told Us. “He was jealous. Carino was trying to find her all the time and texted her a lot. Her friends didn’t like him either.” Another insider was Gaga was the one to break the relationship.

    Lady Gaga split

    Rumors of both of them dating started in early 2017. Later, Gaga revealed her engagement with the talent agent during a speech in October 2018. But only three months later, the couple quietly ended things in February. The news was made public in March.

    During their relationship, Lady Gaga and Carino had attended many events, and award shows together. We also see him with Gaga during the press circuits for ‘A Star Is Born.’ But Gaga participated in the Oscars alone.

    Lady Gaga on the Split:

    In the past, Gaga hadn’t commented anything on their breakup, but just a few days back, during a performance at her Las Vegas Residency, she talked about it. In a video on twitter, she’s seen showing her empty ring finger to the crowd and saying, “So, last time I sang this song, I had a ring on my finger. So tonight will be different.”

    Maybe A New Romance Is Brewing?

    Lady Gaga and jeremy renner

    It looks like the singer hasn’t moved on to a new relationship yet. Although, according to sources, she has struck up a unique friendship with Avengers actor, Jeremy Renner.

    Yes, folks, we’re talking about Hawkeye!

    Reportedly, she “really leaned on” on Renner after her breakup and has become super close with him. But they are believed not to be romantically involved at the moment.