Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Get Close During Tender 2019 Oscars Performance

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper 2019 Oscars

Ally and Jack? Is that you?! Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper took over the 2019 Academy Awards stage to reprise their A Star Is Born roles and perform their hit Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated song "Shallow."

Gaga and Cooper walked up on stage together as they took their place in front of the piano to perform. Bradley kicked off the song as the duo looked right into each other's eyes as Cooper started singing. Lady G then sat down at the piano to perform her part, and to continue the duet.

But, the greatest part of the performance came at the end when Bradley turned into Jack once more and sat down next to Gaga (aka Ally) at the piano, put his arm around her and leaned in close to finish the song.

I'M NOT CRYING YOU'RE CRYING.

 

Not long after the gorgeous performance, "Shallow" won Best Original Song and Lady Gaga, accompanied by her co-writer Mark Ronson, accepted the award with a tearful, heartfelt speech. "I've worked hard for a long time," she explained. She added, "It's about how many times you stand up, and are brave and you keep on going."

"Shallow" became a tremendous success, not only becoming a staple on the radio airwaves, but the song won several awards including two Grammys, a Golden Globe, as well as helped win a BAFTA for Best Film Music. And now, the song has scored a big Academy Awards Win.

Aside from being Oscar-nominated for "Shallow," Gaga was also up for Best Actress in a Leading Role, while Cooper was nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role and Adapted Screenplay.

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper 2019 Oscars
Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper 2019 Oscars

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