Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Surprise Las Vegas Audience With Shallow Duet

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Surprise Las Vegas Audience With Shallow Duet

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga Surprise Las Vegas Audience With Shallow Duet

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga performed their Oscar-nominated A Star is Born-song Shallow live for the first time together in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

The crowd reportedly cheered as Cooper made his way to the stage.

Cooper rocked out behind her, playing an air guitar as Gaga sang the emotional ballad.

Germanotta signed a two-year residency to perform at the MGM Park Theater in Las Vegas, which began at the end of 2018.

Seemingly reluctantly, the actor joined her onstage, following her to the piano before quipping that "Jackson Maine would never wear these", as he struggled with some in-ear monitors.

The singer usually performs the track solo to close her Enigma show in Las Vegas, but shocked fans when she brought out her co-star for a duet. He then joined her on the piano bench and wrapped an arm around her to finish out the final chorus together. Interestingly enough, though, "Shallow" for Best Original Song seems like the only locked-down category A Star Is Born has, although not a soul on this Earth could be mad if The Ballad of Buster Scrugg's snuck away with it for "When A Cowboy Trades His Spurs For Wings".

Gaga has famously told the story (again and again and again) of how she just needed one person to believe in her, and that her one person was Bradley; he hired her to appear in the film alongside him and the actress has now been nominated for her first acting Oscar.

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