Lady Gaga to Perform at Grammys 2019, Nominated for 'Shallow'


Her mantelpiece is already awash with gongs honouring her performance in the critically acclaimed flick, A Star Is Born.

Another day and another set of GRAMMY performers have been announced as we are now just four days away from "Music's Biggest Night".

Lady Gaga, victor of six GRAMMYs, is now nominated for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, and Best Song Written For Visual Media ("Shallow") and Best Pop Solo Performance ("Joanne [Where Do You Think You're Goin'?"]).

The 44-year-old actor not only starred in the critically acclaimed drama opposite Lady Gaga, but he also directed the movie, so he somehow feels like he let the cast down.

A Star Is Born is bound for Oscars glory after landing a whopping eight Academy Awards nominations.

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Bradley Cooper made his directorial debut past year, but despite good reviews and a big box office haul, he's a little disappointed. Here, Cooper is pictured attending the 71st Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 02, 2019, in Hollywood, California. Cooper, Lady Gaga and Sam Elliott received nods for Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.

Gaga will perform with Mark Ronson while Scott is listed to perform solo.

Even though Cardi B has a strong chance of winning her first-ever Grammy, the rapper says she is feeling nervous heading into the upcoming awards show.

Music awards shows like the Grammys pride themselves on booking interesting collaborative performances, and some intriguing ones have been added to the slate today. This is a tremendous honour. Do you think Bradley was snubbed? I heard it. I watched it. from the moment you sat at the piano with me and sang, to watching you write songs and watching you create'.

Cooper continued: "They didn't even give me the bad news", in relation to not making the Best Director line-up.