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

During an "Enigma" residency show at Park MGM in Las Vegas, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performed a duet from the film the two starred in, "A Star is Born".

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.

Lady Gaga had a special surprise for the audience of her Las Vegas show.

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


This is to my knowledge the first performance of "Shallow" they have done together since finishing filming "A Star Is Born". "He made that movie A Star Is Born". Lady Gaga, who co-wrote the song, played the piano as she belted out the song beside Cooper.

Cooper rocked out behind her, playing an air guitar as Gaga sang the emotional ballad. The song is also set to be performed at the Academy Awards at the end of February. Much to the crowd's delight, Bradley threw in a little air guitar as his co-star finished up the song with its famous dramatic ending.

Gaga is now the first woman to be nominated for Best Original Song and Best Actress, and while the odds have her at 11/2 against Glenn Close's 2/5, Olivia Colman is our pick to win for this year.

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