Everyone's Talking About Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper's Oscars Performance
It comes as no surprise that Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper just picked up Best Original Song at the Oscars for their rendition of 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born - but everyone is talking about their performance for the same reason.
The pair gave an electric performance as they stared into each other's eyes, prompting some viewers to tell them to 'get a room.'
Something major just happened. After "Shallow" perf, @ladygaga & Bradley Cooper exited stage for commercial break. During break, they came back to their seats from stage then audience gave them another standing o. I've never seen that happen for any performers. Cue embrace#Oscars pic.twitter.com/k9wNh66tn1- Chris Gardner (@chrissgardner) February 25, 2019
Tonight is Gaga's first public appearance since it was revealed she'd ended her engagement with Christian Carino. Meanwhile, Bradley arrived his mum Gloria and his girlfriend, Russian model and mother of his child, Irina Shayk.
Despite Cooper and Shayk looking adorably loved up on the red carpet, Twitter users couldn't stop commenting on the chemistry between Cooper and Gaga, with many speculating that they're "secretly in love."
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I cannot stop thinking about the sexual tension between Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga at the Oscars and how Irina just sat there and watched and smiled.- pUrPLe pAstiEs (@PurplePasties) February 25, 2019
Bradley Cooper's girlfriend watching her man and Lady Gaga having a moment singing together pic.twitter.com/kbzNfDplnz- Anna_Cox (@AnnaCox_2199) February 25, 2019
#Oscars i haven't seen a star is born, i'm just watching the oscars, and yet i'm suddenly extremely invested in bradley cooper's wife being rude to lady gaga because, from what i can gather, gaga had sex with her husband on stage pic.twitter.com/Ko8ZABaaoz- nassy (@boldwildflower) February 25, 2019
The song beat out 'All The Stars' from Black Panther, 'I'll Fight' from RGB, 'The Place Where Lost Things Go' from Mary Poppins Returns, and 'When a Cowboy Trades his Spurs for Wings' from The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, and after that performance it's not hard to see why.
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