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Everything we know about Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's Oscar's performance.

If there is one couple that is captivating everyone’s hearts right now, it is Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Platonic couple, I mean.

Their chemistry in A Star Is Born was electric and their recent performance at Lady Gaga’s Las Vegas residency show, Enigma, was beautiful.

Whilst some say they were ‘just acting’, others say…

At least let us dream. And now, it seems the stars have aligned once more with the duo confirmed to perform “Shallow” at this years Oscar’s on the 25th February.

“Shallow” is nominated for Best Original Song at the 91st Academy Awards, which is the category they won at the Golden Globes in January.

The announcement means four of the five nominees for Best Original Song will also be performing that night. The other’s being performed include: “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.

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This means “All the Stars” from Black Panther is the only song nominated for Best Original Song that won’t be performing.

Bradley Cooper, who directed and stared in the film, is nominated for Best Actor and the film itself is nominated in the Best Picture category. Lady Gaga, who’s role in the film marked her acting debut, received nomination for Best Actress.

It is yet to be announced who will actually be hosting the Oscars, after comedian Kevin Hart stepped down from the gig due to controversy surrounding homophobic comments he has made in the past.

Any other details of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s performance have not been released, but if it’s anything like this performance…

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...then the Oscar's definitely just got 100000% better.

You can watch their last performance here, while we wait to obsess over their next rendition of "Shallow"...

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