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February 03, 2019

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga will perform 'Shallow' during the Oscars

Cooper will reportedly start preparing on Feb. 14 for the performance

The duo from "A Star Is Born" is taking the stage together again during the Academy Awards to perform their Oscar-nominated song. 

Bradley Cooper will join Lady Gaga onstage to sing "Shallow," Gaga's hit from the movie that garnered its own nomination for best original song, during the Feb. 24 ceremony. 

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All five nominees in the category will also perform, including "I'll Fight" from "RBG," "The Place Where Lost Things Go" from "Mary Poppins Returns," and "When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings" from "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs."

The Academy announced the duo would perform together on Feb. 1 via Twitter. 

The pair hadn't sung the song together publicly until Cooper joined Gaga onstage during her "Enigma" residency in Las Vegas last weekend. Apparently Cooper was in the audience of the show when his co-star pulled him on stage for an impromptu duet. Needless to say, fans were pretty surprised. 

Cooper told Variety that he'll "double-down" preparations for the performance, beginning on Feb. 14. The director said he never thought he would be singing in a movie, let alone at the Oscars. 

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