Lady Gaga opens up about her Oscar performance with Bradley Cooper

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  • Iconic.

    The Oscars 2019 was a night to remember – from the celebs and their amazing red carpet looks (ahem, Glenn Close), to the brilliant live performances on the night, the world has not stopped talking about the award ceremony.

    But there are two A-listers in particular that have made headlines this week. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper left the Dolby Theatre (and viewers) in awe following their performance of Shallow from the Oscar-nominated movie, A Star Is Born. Their chemistry was undeniable, and nobody missed the moment that Gaga and Bradley looked into each other’s eyes as the song finished.

    Since their duet, many of the film’s fans have been shipping a Lady-Cooper union and some people have had a lot to say about the pair’s relationship, with one ASIB co-star comparing them to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and  Bradley’s ex-wife even chipped in.

    However, Gaga was quick to set the record straight with a simple Instagram post.

    Alongside a picture of the pair by the piano, she shared a heartwarming caption.

    ‘Nothing could be more special than sharing this moment at the Oscars with a true friend and artistic genius,’ she wrote.

    Her followers loved the post, with one writing: ‘A beautiful moment to be treasured forever.’

    A second added: ‘They gave the audience (and I mean the world) exactly what they wanted!!!’

    Shallow won the Oscar for Best Original Song, making Lady Gaga the first ever artist to win a Golden Globe, BAFTA, Grammy and Oscar in the same year.

    There’s only one word for the Gaga and Bradley’s Oscar performance: iconic.

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