Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper surprise Las Vegas with 'Shallow' duet – and it's everything

By Meaghan Wray

They captured hearts as Jackson and Ally Maine in their film A Star Is Born... And they captured them again on the Las Vegas stage for the first time ever! While performing at her Sin City residence ENIGMA on Jan. 26, Lady Gaga surprised her audience when Bradley Cooper took to the stage and helped her belt out a passionate duet of their award-winning song "Shallow."

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The dynamic duo – who are both nominated at the SAG Awards on Sunday (Jan. 27) – clearly have a palpable chemistry both on and off screen. In a video captured by an excited fan and published by Gaga Daily on YouTube, the film's director walked from backstage to hug the musician. Taking a seat on a stool and grabbing his microphone, Lady Gaga kneeled beside him, watching him sing the first verse.

Clearly overcome with emotion, the "Poker Face" singer – who joined "Shallow" co-writer Mark Ronson in taking home a Golden Globe earlier this month – wiped away tears before taking her spot at her piano. After Gaga sang her verse, the stars joined each other for a powerful chorus, likely not leaving a dry tear in the room. 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.

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Though the GRAMMY winner performed the hit at an ENIGMA show in December last year, this was the first time the two took their stunning track off the silver screen. "Shallow" is nominated for an Oscar and previously took home the gold for best song at the Golden Globes and the Critics' Choice Awards. Both Bradley, 44, and Lady Gaga, 32, are nominated for best actor and actress at the Academy Awards on Feb. 24.

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