Here’s Why Bradley Cooper Is Nervous To Sing With Lady Gaga At This Year’s Oscars

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Bradley Cooper has been a household name in Hollywood for quite some time now. After playing supporting roles in movies like Wedding Crashers and Failure To Launch in the early and mid-2000s, Bradley skyrocketed to A-lister fame when he landed a starring role The Hangover and its two sequels.

From there, Cooper has appeared in critically acclaimed films like Silver Linings Playbook alongside Jennifer Lawrence, American Sniper, and most recently, A Star Is Born alongside Lady Gaga.

A Star Is Born received insanely good reviews from critics all across the globe, and it pretty much goes without saying that the onscreen chemistry between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper electrified audiences everywhere. As the film received nominations across multiple categories for basically every award show imaginable, fans will be treated to an extra-special performance during the 2019 Oscars this year, with Bradley Cooper joining Lady Gaga on stage and singing one of the film’s stunning tracks, “Shallow.”

When asked just how prepared he was for the big performance, Bradley told an Entertainment Tonight reporter, “Not at all! I’m gonna have to prepare a lot, yeah.”

The 44-year-old actor also referenced his recent performance with costar Lady Gaga in Vegas, saying, “That was just to see… that was an amazing experience, but I want to work, and you know, rehearse.”

We’re sure you’ll do great, Bradley!

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