Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga deliver steamy performance of “Shallow” at the Oscars
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s chemistry is undeniable!
People could feel the heat from the moment the “A Star Is Born” duo headed toward the Oscars stage and Cooper sang, “Tell me something, girl”. They have us all diving off the deep end.
Oscars ‘Shallow’ Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga
The duo began the song standing across from each other, Cooper serenading Gaga before she took to the piano to play and deliver the second verse. Cooper joined Gaga on the bench as the duo flawlessly harmonized the song’s emotional chorus.
Many had already been questioning whether Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were a couple, and it didn’t take long for people to react to the pair’s chemistry during the performance.
and I tell you, the room screamed pic.twitter.com/YIJ6QZZXnJ
— LW💘 (@lindseyweber) February 25, 2019
Um, should we leave? Seems like they want to be alone. #Oscars
— Jen Chaney (@chaneyj) February 25, 2019
WE’RE FAR FROM THE SHALLOW NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!! fdfjkadsfjioflj pic.twitter.com/cF7ZiA0pZY
— Variety (@Variety) February 25, 2019
Get you a man who looks at you the way Bradley Cooper looks at @ladygaga #Oscars #LadyGaga #BradleyCooper #Shallow pic.twitter.com/aIYLzUeKAV
— OfficialWilly2.0 (@therealwill17) February 25, 2019
THIS SHOULD BE ILLEGAL pic.twitter.com/Oaz2c6E3QX
— Estelle Tang (@waouwwaouw) February 25, 2019
Irina Shayk doesn’t have to worry about Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s chemistry — because every aspect of their Oscars performance of “Shallow” was staged.
Gaga, 32, and Cooper, 44, meticulously arranged and rehearsed every moment of the performance of the “A Star Is Born” tune, Rob Mills, ABC’s senior vice president of alternative series, specials, and late-night programming revealed.
The pair took home the award for Best Original Song, which was handed out just a short while after their performance received a standing ovation.