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A Star Is Born: Bradley Cooper responds to rumors of romance with Lady Gaga for the first time

Rumors of the actor’s possible romance with Lady Gaga surfaced after the stars’ appearance at the Oscar 2019.

By Mub Music News Staff at 19/11/2021
Rumors of the actor’s possible romance with Lady Gaga surfaced after the stars’ appearance at the Oscar 2019.

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga at the Oscars (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images).

In February 2019, at the acclaimed Oscar ceremony, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga surprised with a breathtaking performance of “Shallow,” a hit that was part of the soundtrack of the film starring the duo, A Star is Born (2018). At the awards, the track took the Best Original Song award.

With an impressive connection and a sensitive presentation at the ceremony, rumors of a possible romance between the two – who star in a passionate couple in the narrative of A Star is Born – surfaced at the time. Until then, Cooper hadn’t commented on the situation.

For the first time, in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, via Vagalume, Bradley Cooper commented on the rumors of a romance between the two, explaining that he understands the presentation as a scene in the film – and, for that reason, there is such a connection between them in through the interpretation of music.

“From a personal standpoint, it reduces anxiety. They [the characters] kind of fall in love in that scene in [Shallow’s] movie. It’s that explosive moment that happens to them on stage in front of thousands of people. [. ..] It would have been so weird if we’d both been on stools facing the audience [at the Oscars],” Cooper said after nearly three years since the performance.

Alongside Bradley Cooper, Lukas Nelson and Alberto Bof, Lady Gaga was responsible for the film’s soundtrack, which in addition to receiving a range of critical acclaim, won several awards, including Grammy Awards. In addition to “Shallow” at the Oscars, “I’ll Never Love Again” won Grammy figurines in Compilation For Visual Media and Song Written For Visual Media.

Songs like “Shallow“, “Always Remember Us This Way” and “I’ll Never Love Again” won the hearts of audiences, added millions of streams on digital platforms, including the clips available on YouTube, and spent weeks on music charts. several countries.