Bradley Cooper's surprise duet with Lady Gaga

28 January, 2019, 07:20 | Author: Regina Boyd

With the news dropping recently that Black Panther's "All The Stars" and A Star Is Born's "Shallow" would be the only nominated songs performed at the 91st Academy Awards, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper made a decision to get a bit of impromptu practice in. The two embraced and he followed Gaga to the piano.

Following the performance, as each of Gaga's dancers took a bow and introduced themselves, Cooper shyly joined in and said: "Bradley, thank you".

The duo performed Shallow from their film A Star Is Born during Gaga's Enigma residency show on Saturday night.

Bradley Cooper directs and stars in A Star Is Born alongside Lady Gaga.

Gaga's show has become a headline-grabber before - just last week, the singer slammed President Trump midway through her 2016 hit "Million Reasons" for the continued government shutdown.

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Near the end of the duet Cooper reportedly sat next to Gaga and wrapped his arm around her waist.

"I can't hear anything", he joked, telling the crowd, "Hello Vegas", before singing his verse in the Oscar-nominated song.

Either way, check out footage from Gaga and Cooper's performance below, courtesy of Garret Gagnon and Gaga Daily.

At that, Cooper left his seat in the crowd to join the star at her piano.

She is also the first artist to be nominated for best actress and best original song in the same year.



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