Following up their 2015 dip, the couple ran into the frigid waters of Lake Michigan once again at Chicago's 16th Annual Polar Plunge on Sunday in support of the Special Olympics.
Dressed in all black, save for her Chicago Blackhawks' hat, Gaga, 29, was all smiles with her shirtless fiancé, 34.
"We love the city of Chicago and the Polar Plunge for The Special Olympics," the singer wrote on Instagram alongside a photo from the event. "These men and women are brave and powerful. Me and Taylor love getting cold in your honor every year."
Of another photo from the event, she wrote, "We had such a good time! Though I can tell Taylor's shorts were freezing in this pic!"
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Other celebrities at the North Avenue Beach included Today's Al Roker, as well as the stars of Chicago Med and Chicago P.D..
Around $1.5 million was raised for Special Olympics Chicago, and over 6,000 participated, according to the Chicago Tribune.
It's been a busy week for Gaga, who performed at the Academy Awards last Sunday for her Oscar-nominated song, "Til It Happens to You." While her performance, which features real-life sexual assault survivors from the song's film, The Hunting Ground, earned rave reviews, Gaga ultimately lost the Best Original Song award to Sam Smith's "Writing's on the Wall."