Bradly Cooper, Lady Gaga sing 'Shallow' in Las Vegas

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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper sang an pivotal song from their movie, A Star is Born, live for the first time in Las Vegas.

Gaga, 32, who played a young singer in A Star Is Born, is now in the midst of a residency at the MGM Park Theater, where she started her run of shows in December.

"I even got you in-ears", Gaga told Cooper after the two embraced, describing the earphone-like monitors used onstage.

A Star Is Born tells the tragic love story of ME, played by Cooper, who helps Gaga's struggling artist Ally.

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Sharing a picture of the performance on Twitter, one fan wrote: "As if Lady Gaga's spellbinding 2 hour greatest hits chronicling Enigma wasn't epic enough, the encore involved her pulling Bradley Cooper out of the audience to duet on Shallow". He then sat next to Gaga at the piano, hugging her as they sang the second chorus.

Lady Gaga fans weren't far from the "Shallow" on Saturday night. After the performance, he reportedly threw a hat into the crowd.

"I can't hear anything", he joked, telling the crowd, "Hello Vegas", before singing his verse in the Oscar-nominated song.

The song earned the singer, born Stefani Germanotta, an Academy Award nomination and a Golden Globe Award for best original song.