Bradley Cooper makes a surprise appearance at Lady Gaga's show


While performing at her Sin City residence ENIGMA on January 26, Lady Gaga surprised her audience when Bradley Cooper took to the stage and helped her belt out a passionate duet of their award-winning song "Shallow". I was wearing a Jackson Maine shirt. Wow. And we'd all be there with front-row tickets.

"I even got you in-ears", Gaga told Cooper after the two embraced, describing the earphone-like monitors used onstage.

In video clips shared on social media from concert-goers, Gaga sits at the piano while Cooper is on a stool as they sing the Oscar-nominated track together.

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Our hopes and dreams have come true: The leads of A Star Is Born Bradley Cooper, 44, and Lady Gaga, 32, have finally performed "Shallow" together live!

Does this mean that "Shallow" is going to take home the Oscar?

Whether it's the Golden Globes or the SAG Awards, you can always count on Lady Gaga to show up to the red carpet in a headline-making look.

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Just when we thought Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga couldn't get any cuter, the pair have proved us wrong with a surprise performance.

In an exclusive interview with One Country's Kelly Sutton, Bradley Cooper opened up about what it was like working alongside Lady Gaga.

A second live performance of the "Shallow" duet may be forthcoming.

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