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Poll: Were you mortified over Gaga and Bradley Cooper's Las Vegas performance?

Well, that was certainly something.

WHO KNOWS WHAT it was, but it seems few people who saw A Star Is Born were able to leave the relationship between Jack and Ally, played by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, where it belonged; on the cinema screen.

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Following the release of the film last Autumn, the world scrutinised every minute exchange between the actors as they took to the publicity trail to promote Bradley’s directorial debut.

The real-life chemistry was undeniable and the mutual affection and respect unquestionable, so it was perhaps no surprise that the lines became somewhat blurred in the eyes of any over-enthusiastic fan of the film.

But here’s the thing; as both Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are in long-term relationships with other people, the constant narrative that they should embark on their own real-life relationship was more than a little uncomfortable at times.

However, it looks like that particular dialogue is slowly diluting following Gaga’s recent performance in Las Vegas when she invited her co-star on-stage to perform alongside her.

Source: Gaga Daily/YouTube

As you can see, there were prolonged gazes, adoring looks and a sense of closeness you don’t often see between two people performing in front of thousands.

Naturally, die-hard stans ate it up, but there’s no denying that the moment has been the subject of considerable critique on Twitter, after they performed the song with an intimacy that left many viewers feeling vaguely uncomfortable.


But what about you? Do you think that Las Vegas performance was overkill?

Poll Results:

No, it was perfection and I want them to get married. (2319)
Ah, I don't know. What do you expect at this stage? (1930)
Yes, it was mortifying. (1880)



 

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