In 2020 Lady Gaga said that if she didn’t have a ring on her finger by her 35th birthday that March, she planned to freeze her eggs to make sure she didn’t miss her chance to become a mom, sources revealed.
Also at that time, the pop star called millionaire businessman Michael Polansky, 36, “the love of my life.” Still single today, that relationship obviously didn’t pan out the way she had hoped. In October, it was revealed that the singer-turned-actress was on a break with Polansky after the pair hit “a rocky patch.” Gaga and the executive “have taken some breathing space to figure out where their relationship is going,” with one pal noting that “reconciliation isn’t off the table.”
Insiders however, have known for years that Lady Gaga is eager to start a family, a wish that a flurry of articles made public in 2020, when Lady Gaga initially announced her intention to freeze her eggs. As we all know, women who eventually want children are terrified of that biological clock that keeps on ticking and which there is no way of stopping.
Now three years down the road, and after three broken engagements, Lady Gaga is still hoping to fulfill her dream of motherhood.
An insider claimed that failed betrothals to bar owner Luc Carl, actor Taylor Kinney, and agent Christian Carino — plus a recent split from entrepreneur Michael Polansky — have convinced the Grammy winner, to stop banking on a trip down the aisle and instead freeze her eggs as she waits for the right man to come along, RadarOnline.com reported.
While an iconoclast and rulebreaker in her professional life, it seems that Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta—as she is in her private life—is quite conventional. “Gaga has always dreamed of having a husband and a couple of kids, and the men in her life thought highly of her but agreed she was a hard person to have a relationship with — she’s always running off to record, perform, act or tour,” said an insider.
“She knows her clock is running out, so she’s decided to give herself the opportunity to make her baby dreams come true.”
Lady Gaga is not alone in this plan, other notable celebrities who have frozen their eggs for future fertility include Amy Schumer, Michaela Coel, Paris Hilton, Amy Hart and Kim Kardashian. The process has helped stars put family plans on hold to pursue their career before starting a family.
And it’s not only celebrities who are going that route, it has become a popular practice among career women as well. Although it’s become a trend, freezing one’s eggs does come at a high cost, at least $10,000 for the procedure, plus fees for monthly or yearly storage.
But we can safely assume that this is not a problem for Lady Gaga—especially if it will allow her to realize her dream at whatever future date seems good to her—husband or no husband.
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