People are crazy about Lady Gaga, and anyone who is a fan of hers will definitely have heard of her hit song “Shallow” that she wrote for the movie A Star Is Born. The catchy tune has been one of the most requested on the radio in the last several months, largely because fans just really love singing along. The lyrics totally get stuck in your head.
“I’m off the deep end, watch as I dive in
I’ll never meet the ground
Crash through the surface, where they can’t hurt us
We’re far from the shallow now”
During her recent Enigma show in Las Vegas, Lady Gaga even brought a special guest out onto the stage — none other than her co-star from the movie, Bradley Cooper!
The crowd went wild when they realized what was happening… that they were going to get to watch the epic Jackson Maine and Ally duo from A Star Is Born all over again. This time, however, in real life.
The performance was outstanding of course and the video of the duo is something that you have to see for yourself.
People on Twitter went absolutely insane about it, and as soon as the clips from the show got posted, they instantly started going viral.
I’m counting this as the REAL ending of A Star is Born 😭😭 it’s what Ally and Jackson deserved
— Majo Cota △⃒⃘ (@MaJo_Cota) January 27, 2019
The pair has amazing chemistry together, and even though they are not actually a couple, when seeing them perform on stage together you would never be able to guess.
Lots of Twitter users certainly agreed, although, maybe we are all just imagining things, seeing what we all secretly want to be true. Who knows.
I think he’s in love … just look at his face😍😍✨
— ♡ᴘᴏᴏʀ sɪɴɴᴇʀ♡ (@Yoizoh) January 27, 2019
Of course, also coming up soon is the much-awaited Oscars, where Cooper and Lady Gaga are set to repeat the performance again for fans.
Everyone is pumped about it.
I literally cried with this. Can’t wait to see this at the Oscar’s 😍😭
— Come to Daddy (@ImSinnerPrayer) January 27, 2019
Although, on The Late Show, Cooper told Colbert that the next time he sings the track he won’t be using the same southern drawl accent from the movie.
He will instead be singing in his normal voice.
“He’s gone,” Cooper said referring to his Jackson character from A Star Is Born. “I’m not gonna try to get him back,” he said, “But it will be me singing.”
That’s too bad for fans who were looking forward to hearing that sweet accent one more time, but we’re sure the upcoming performance will still be just as awesome.
Mainly because the song itself is so good. In fact, at the Critics Choice Awards and the Golden Globes recently, “Shallow” was awarded the title of “Best Original Song” of the year.
At the Oscars, both the song and the movie will be up again for awards, and no one will be surprised if they win.
The duo is excited. Throughout the year, Lady Gaga has constantly praised her co-star Cooper, and it turns out they have become very good friends.
“Sometimes you just meet someone and you instantly feel like you’ve known them your whole life,” Gaga said during the red carpet at the Critics Choice Awards.
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I didn’t get to say everything I wanted to say last night when we won, I was so overcome with emotion and of course wanted to share the mic with my co-writers. We are all so grateful Bradley loved “Shallow,” sang his heart out live, and truly the song would not be revered as it is without the brilliant film and moment Bradley created and the way he directed the moment and collaborated with us on how it would eventually be given to the world. Thank you B, and thank you Warner Bros. Thank you HFPA, we are beyond grateful. 📸 @gettyentertainment
It’s really great that these two stars get along so well and we can’t wait to see their next performance together!
Watch the video of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s epic performance of their song “Shallow” at the Enigma show in Las Vegas below.
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Bradley Cooper just pulled up to Lady Gaga’s Vegas show to sing “Shallow” from ‘A Star Is Born’ ⭐️pic.twitter.com/xHear73PEe
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) January 27, 2019