Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga Light Up Oscar Night With ‘Shallow’

The country's biggest Italian-American stars stole the show with a standout duet Sunday night.

The 61st Academy Awards, held in 1989 without a host, rubbed many the wrong way with its uneven production and forgettable musical numbers.

On Sunday, 30 years later, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences found itself in a similar position, but as they say: the show must go on.

And went on it did with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga singing “Shallow,” the Oscar-winning song from the hit film A Star Is Born.

Watch the duet below:

Cooper and Gaga (aka Stefani Germanotta) — both of Italian-American descent — lit up the show and received a standing ovation from the crowd of stars, movie moguls and film workers.

Read on:

Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga Bond Over Italian-American Roots While Filming ‘A Star Is Born’



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