Is Lady Gaga Taylor Swift's fairy godmother? And, if so, can we borrow her for a hot second? Swift is crediting the pop star for bringing her "good love luck." Now happily coupled up with Calvin Harris, the singer revealed her celebrity Cupid in a Twitter exchange with a lovelorn fan. "I pride myself on still thinking love can be like a romantic comedy but sometimes I just think I'm behind and just won't catch up," fan Alex Goldschmidt wrote Swift. Her response? "Go read Gaga's tweet that she sent me a few months ago," Swift tweeted back. "It's good love luck. Because it's not a tweet. It's a magical spell." The tweet she's referring to? In March, Gaga responded to a Swift shout-out with a sweet message of her own. The note ended with "your Prince Charming will come." And, lo and behold, he did. But, what's the catch? Do we just need to remember that our soulmate is out there somewhere, or does the "spell" only work if Gaga personally tweets us? Because that might take some doing.