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Lady Gaga embraces boyfriend Christian Carino in new photo

The singer was first linked to Carino in February following her split from Taylor Kinney.

By Annie Martin
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Lady Gaga embraces boyfriend Christian Carino in new photo
Lady Gaga shared a rare photo with Christian Carino on Sunday after spending a sweet moment with the talent agent at sunset. File Photo by Christine Chew/UPI | License Photo

Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Lady Gaga is still going strong with boyfriend Christian Carino.

The 31-year-old singer shared a rare photo with the talent agent Sunday on Snapchat after spending a sweet moment with Carino at sunset.

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The picture shows Lady Gaga embracing and smiling at Carino as he holds her up in his arms. The singer wears sunglasses with a pink bandeau top and bikini bottoms, while Carino sports a dark t-shirt.

Lady Gaga also posted a clip on Instagram Stories of herself dancing in her bikini on the sidewalk. She followed up with a zoomed-out version of her same photo with Carino.

"Night night Sunday Funday," the star captioned the picture.

Lady Gaga shared a rare photo with Christian Carino on Sunday after spending a sweet moment with the talent agent at sunset. Photo by Lady Gaga/Instagram Stories

Lady Gaga was first linked to Carino in February following her split from fiancé Taylor Kinney in July 2016, according to People. She said during a concert in New York in September that she's "in love" with her new beau.

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"When I went backstage, Christian was by the stairs making sure I was okay," the star told the audience, according to Page Six.

"The best part about being in love with someone is having them there to catch you if you fall," she gushed.

Lady Gaga shared a rare photo with Christian Carino on Sunday after spending a sweet moment with the talent agent at sunset. Photo by Lady Gaga/Snapchat

Lady Gaga attended the One America Appeal benefit concert Saturday in College Station, Texas, where she met former presidents Jimmy Carter, George Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama. The event raised money for hurricane victims.

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