Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper Perform 'Shallow' Live For The First Time

Tanya Cunningham
January 28, 2019

Lady Gaga performs during her "Enigma" Las Vegas residency in a head-to-toe glittering look, January 26.

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

"Jackson never used these", Cooper said of the in-ear mics that Gaga handed him, just one charming moment in an incredibly charming thing, even if a more cynical mind-like me?

Gaga kneeled on the ground beside Cooper, who sat on a stool for the song and looked down at her warmly, resting a hand on her arm as he sang. Bradley and Gaga pointed at each other, indicating their appreciation for one another's talent.

Cooper rocked out behind her, playing an air guitar as Gaga sang the emotional ballad.

Shallow is the closing number of Gaga's Enigma show, however the audience had no idea that it would be performed as a duet, according to Page Six.

Though he added, "I can't hear anything", Cooper seemed unfazed as he launched into a rendition of the song, which is nominated for an Oscar.

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

At that, Cooper left his seat in the crowd to join the star at her piano.

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

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