Bradley Cooper surprises fans at Lady Gaga's Vegas show with duet

Deanna Kelley
January 28, 2019

Our hopes and dreams have come true: The leads of A Star Is Born Bradley Cooper, 44, and Lady Gaga, 32, have finally performed "Shallow" together live!

In the middle of her Enigma residency show at the Park MGM on Saturday, the pop icon addressed the crowd: "So a really good friend of mine..."

While performing at her Sin City residence ENIGMA on January 26, Lady Gaga surprised her audience when Bradley Cooper took to the stage and helped her belt out a passionate duet of their award-winning song "Shallow".

He then shared another video from the night, which had fans screaming as Gaga knelt beside Cooper during his part of the song.

As Gaga vocalised, Cooper moved around the stage, exhorting the crowd to applaud her performance and playing air guitar. Bradley and Gaga pointed at each other, indicating their appreciation for one another's talent.

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Near the end of the duet Cooper reportedly sat next to Gaga and wrapped his arm around her waist.

Cooper then said "Hello Vegas" before he started singing. The song is also set to be performed at the Academy Awards at the end of February.

After their performance, Gaga's backup dancers took their bows, with Cooper joining them.

The track has already won awards at the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards.

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