Bradley Cooper Joins Lady Gaga on Stage in Las Vegas for a Performance of “Shallow”

Try not to lose your chill, A Star Is Born fans! Bradley Cooper, a.k.a. Jackson Maine, just joined Lady Gaga on stage during her Las Vegas residency to sing the film’s famous duet, “Shallow.”

You heard that correctly, folks! The American Sniper actor appeared at the “Million Reasons” singer’s Enigma show on Saturday, January 26, just in time to join her for an epic live performance of everyone’s favorite tune from the soundtrack, and it was amazing. After sharing a hug, the two got ready to sing their hearts out, and Gaga even gave the actor his own set of in-ear headphones for the performance so he could hear himself over the cheering crowd! If you remember, this is something Jackson never did in the flick.

Lucky for us, Bradley took advantage of the in-ear monitors and totally crushed his performance. Seriously, it’s shocking that he doesn’t have a background in music! Then, Gaga came in with the piano and her powerhouse vocals in the second verse, and we have to admit, if we weren’t seeing it with our own eyes, we could’ve sworn it was the recorded version. It was that good.

One of the major reasons their live duet went off without a hitch was obviously because of their insane chemistry. Just like in the film, Bradley and Gaga are totally comfortable with one another, and is it just us, or does Bradley look at her like he’s totally smitten? We mean, we know he’s dating model Irina Shayk and Gaga’s currently engaged to talent agent Christian Carino, but we can dream, right?

Regardless of who’s in a relationship with who, the important thing is that Bradley and Lady Gaga’s chemistry onscreen and onstage is absolutely off the charts, and if you don’t believe us, you really need to watch Saturday’s performance for yourself. Don’t worry, though! You won’t have to look far. We’ve got it right here:

Well, what do you think? Let us know all your thoughts about their epic duet in the comments section below, or on Twitter @soundigest.

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