Lady Gaga celebrates her engagement with fiancé Taylor Kinney's co-stars

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Lady Gaga has had a whirlwind couple of weeks since announcing her engagement to actor Taylor Kinney, but the singer took time out of her busy schedule to celebrate with her fiancé and his co-stars in Chicago on Tuesday.

The 28-year-old joined Taylor Kinney on the set of Chicago Fire, and clearly made a big impression on his co-stars. Actress Sophia Bush took to Instagram to share a picture of their celebrations, telling fans that Lady Gaga was her "Woman Crush Wednesday".

"wcw @LadyGaga, naturally. She SLAYED the #Oscars and now she's snuggled up with the #ChicagoFam celebrating love," Sophia wrote. "The Oscars were amazing, but this!? This is everything."

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Lady Gaga celebrated her engagement with Taylor Kinney's co-star Sophia Bush

"Oh #TaylorKinney you're a lucky man!! #Love #Congrats" she added.

It has been an incredible month for the star, who was widely praised for her Oscars performance on Sunday night. The singer performed a medley from The Sound of Music, and was applauded by Julie Andrews, who said: "Thank you for that wonderful tribute, it really warmed my heart."

On Wednesday Lady Gaga also announced that she would be starring in series five of American Horror Story.

The star's professional success comes less than two weeks after getting engaged on Valentine's Day. Lady Gaga excitedly announced the news on Instagram alongside a picture of her stunning heart shaped diamond ring.

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Taylor Kinney proposed to Lady Gaga on Valentine's Day

"He gave me his heart on Valentine's Day, and I said YES!" Gaga told her 5.8 million followers.

Taylor also shared a picture of them both together, writing: "She said YES on Valentine's Day".

Speaking at the Oscars, Lady Gaga described how her new engagement had changed her perspective.

"It makes everything better," she said. "When you're in love and have love it makes everything better. From the moment I met him, my heart was with him."