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

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With the news dropping recently that Black Panther's "All The Stars" and A Star Is Born's "Shallow" would be the only nominated songs performed at the 91st Academy Awards, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper chose to get a bit of impromptu practice in.

Bradley joined Gaga on stage during the latest show of her Las Vegas residency on Saturday night. "He made that movie, 'A Star Is Born,'" Lady Gaga said in a video posted to YouTube.

Going by the crowd reaction, you've got to imagine that a possible tour has been floated for Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.

While Cooper sang, Gaga knelt beside him and put her arms on his leg.

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If you attend a Lady Gaga performance, you should no doubt be ready for uninmagineable surprises. Lady Gaga, who co-wrote the song, played the piano as she belted out the song beside Cooper.

The pair are expected to reunite to perform the song at the Academy Awards ceremony on February 25 (New Zealand time). Much to the crowd's delight, Bradley threw in a little air guitar as his co-star finished up the song with its famous dramatic ending.

The single won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song as well as for four Grammys, including Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

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