Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper sing Shallow live for the first time

Lady Gaga had a special surprise for attendees of last night's Enigma Las Vegas show.

The two locked eyes during the performance of Cooper's verse, with Gaga eventually looking at the crowd with a smile as if to say: "Can you believe he just did that?"

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

Shallow is the closing number of Gaga's Enigma show, however the audience had no idea that it would be performed as a duet, according to Page Six.

The soundtrack is full of bangers, and yes - as evidenced by these Vegas videos - Bradley and Gaga did sing for the film.

"I even got you in-ears", Gaga, 32, said of the earbuds singers use to hear themselves in concert venues. Lady Gaga, who co-wrote the song, played the piano as she belted out the song beside Cooper. He then joined her on the piano bench and wrapped an arm around her to finish out the final chorus together.

Lady Gaga and Cooper are nominated for Best Actress and Best Actor Oscars from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

"Shallow" is slated to be performed at the Oscars in February, Variety recently reported, along with "All the Stars", the Kendrick-Lamar and Sza song from "Black Panther".

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