Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper Perform 'Shallow' Live For The First Time


Bradley Cooper joined Lady Gaga on stage in Las Vegas on Saturday (January 26) to perform their A Star is Born duet "Shallow" live for the first time. The two embraced and he followed Gaga to the piano.

"Jackson never used these", Cooper, referencing his character Jackson Maine, told the crowd as he prepared to perform.

Cooper then said "Hello Vegas" before he started singing.

Clearly overcome with emotion, the "Poker Face" singer - who joined "Shallow" co-writer Mark Ronson in taking home a Golden Globe earlier this month - wiped away tears before taking her spot at her piano. In a video captured by an excited fan and published by Gaga Daily on YouTube, the film's director walked from backstage to hug the musician.

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Gaga usually performs her award-winning song "Shallow", which is played three times in the course of A Star is Born, as the encore at the Enigma show.

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.

With the news dropping recently that Black Panther's "All The Stars" and A Star Is Born's "Shallow" would be the only nominated songs performed at the 91st Academy Awards, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper made a decision to get a bit of impromptu practice in.