Bradley Cooper Reveals He Is “Terrified” About Singing Live At The Oscars

Bradley Cooper shared that he is nervous about his upcoming live performance during the Oscars, where he and co-star, Lady Gaga will sing their duet.

By NathanG on February 4, 2019
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Bradley Cooper has confirmed that he will be performing during the Oscars, and that he is nervous at the thought of performing live.

According to Vanity Fair, Cooper shared that he and Lady Gaga will perform together at the award ceremony. The two will be singing their song “Shallow”, from their film A Star Is Born. The duet has also been nominated for best original song at the 2019 Oscars.

Speaking about the upcoming performance, Cooper expressed his nervousness. “I’m sure I’ll be terrified,” the star said. Cooper had the recent opportunity to practice his live performing, when he joined Gaga onstage at her Las Vegas residency. “That was terrifying,” Cooper commented on the performance. “I just had to zen out and just pray that I wasn’t gonna ruin her show. She just crushed it for two hours. I thought, ‘Please let me just be on pitch.'”

Related: Lady Gaga Reveals That She Slept Through Her Oscar Nomination

Cooper and Gaga are sure to deliver an amazing performance at the Oscars, where A Star Is Born is nominated for eight awards, including best actor and best actress for the duo.

To read more about Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in A Star Is Born, click here.

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