Bradley Cooper and Lady Gagas on-screen chemistry in the fourth version of A Star Is Born is undeniable, and apparently, so is their connection off-screen.

The pair of acting nominees gave a powerful performance of their Oscar-nominated ballad “Shallow” at Sunday night’s Academy Awards. “Shallow” was considered the front-runner to win the Best Original Song Award and as predicted by many, ultimately took home the prize. Gaga co-wrote the song with Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt.

Gaga ended her engagement to her fiance Christian Carino earlier this week, but was accompanied by her sister at the Oscars. Meanwhile, Cooper came to the ceremony with his mother Gloria and his partner, supermodel Irina Shayk.

Cooper and Gaga even received a standing ovation for their performance. People on social media also couldn’t hep but get emotional over their powerful rendition of the song, which marked the first time they performed it live on television.

Will we ever get to see Gaga and Cooper perform this incredible song again? Many people will surely be clamoring for the pair of stars to sing it at least one more time soon.

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