Bradley Cooper joins Lady Gaga in Las Vegas show for surprise duet on 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born

Bradley Cooper joined Lady Gaga on stage to surprise fans with an acoustic performance of A Star is Born's Shallow during Gaga's live concert in Las Vegas

Press Trust of India January 29, 2019 10:46:26 IST
Bradley Cooper joins Lady Gaga in Las Vegas show for surprise duet on 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born

Los Angeles: Fans of Bradley Cooper were left gasping for air as the actor-director made a surprise appearance at Lady Gaga's Enigma show.

Bradley Cooper joins Lady Gaga in Las Vegas show for surprise duet on Shallow from A Star Is Born

Still from A Star is Born (left); Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga surprise fans with live rendition of Shallow. Twitter

Cooper was in the audience for Gaga's show when he appeared on stage to surprise fans with an acoustic performance.

The two then delivered an impromptu act of their Oscar-nominated song 'Shallow' from their film A Star Is Born.

After he joined Gaga onstage, the singer quipped: "I even got you in-ears!"  The actor, who directed and starred in "A Star Is Born", which has been nominated for eight Academy Awards, sang the first half of the song while Gaga knelt at his feet.

She then took over the piano while Cooper sat alongside her for the rest of the song.

Cooper and Gaga's duet 'Shallow' is nominated in Best Original Song category at the Oscars.

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