Bradley Cooper terrified of performing a duet with Lady Gaga at the Oscars 2019

Bradley Cooper in his recent interview revealed that he is super terrified of singing their Oscar-nominated song "Shallow," from their movie, A Star is Born live at the Oscars this year along with Lady Gaga.

Bradley Cooper terrified of performing a duet with Lady Gaga at the Oscars 2019 Bradley Cooper terrified of performing a duet with Lady Gaga at the Oscars 2019 Source : Splash

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences just last week announced that Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga will perform a duet of the chart-topping, Oscar-nominated song "Shallow," from their movie, A Star is Born. Though fans are super excited and looking forward to their performance Bradley is kinda apprehensive about his performance.

In his recent interview with ENews, Bradley on being asked about his upcoming performance said, "I'm sure I'll be terrified. I just had to like, Zen out and just pray that I wouldn't ruin her show. Because think about it, she just crushed it or two hours..and I thought, 'Please let me just be on pitch'." Even though he gave a surprise onstage appearance at Gaga's Vegas residency, it was also the first time the duo had performed the song live.

Bradley Cooper's film 'A Star Is Born' received plenty of recognition this award season. And while the "Shallow" received an Oscar nomination for best original song, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are also nominated for best actress and best actor. 'Shallow' has also won awards for best song at the Golden Globes and Critics' Choice Awards this year.

Lady Gaga was also seen attending the 2019 Grammys but fans were surprised to see pics of Bradley Cooper across the pond in London attending the BAFTA Awards, where he was nominated for Best Director and the film was also nominated for Best Film. It was also rumoured that Lady Gaga and Bradley were to perform their duet at the Grammy but unfortunately, fans were let down.


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