Although 'A Star Is Born' didn't pick up any of the major awards beyond Best Original Song, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's performance of 'Shallow' was a winner at last night's Oscars.
What's interesting to note is that the performance almost didn't take place, as a controversial decision to cut short the performances of each nominee in Best Original Song was reversed after outcry from both the nominees and audiences alike.
The song was written by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt and Anthony Rossomando - all of whom were on stage to collect their Oscars for Best Original Song. Not only that, 'Shallow' has made it into Lady Gaga's live setlist and serves as the encore performance at her Las Vegas residency, 'Enigma', where she was joined on stage recently by Bradley Cooper.
Here's the performance from last night's Oscars.
Needless to say, the performance received quite the reaction online, with many people speculating that there's something going on between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper.
People, it's the OSCARS. They're ACTORS.
— Vicky Mahoney (@vickster179) February 25, 2019