Bradley Cooper wants to do an 'A Star Is Born' concert with Lady Gaga
It's been months since A Star Is Born was released, but we still have the sweet, sweet memories of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga singing together.
But, if Bradley has anything to do with things, their vocals won't be a distant memory we all look back on fondly. Instead, we'll be in the crowd crooning along with them on stage.
When the 44-year-old actor recently appeared on The Ellen Degeneres Show, he revealed he would love to do a one-off A Star Is Born show for fans.
Watch Bradley talk about A Star Is Born on the Ellen Degeneres Show:
While he's keen for this one performance, Bradley isn't so thrilled with the idea of a tour though. When the talk show host asked him if he would consider traveling around with Gaga to promote the movie’s soundtrack, he said: "I mean, no. But you know what I thought would be a cool thing to do, maybe one night, is do a live reading of the movie, of the script and sing all the songs as you’re reading the script, like at the Hollywood Bowl or something. That would be cool, right?"
During his interview, The Hangover star also reminisced about his "crazy" Oscars performance with the Million Reasons songstress, admitting that he hadn't sung before he did the film.
Check out Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performing Shallow at the 2019 Oscars:
"The Oscars was pretty terrifying," he recalled. "It was crazy. I actually wasn’t nervous because I worked so hard and Lady Gaga’s so supportive. But it was terrifying, absolutely, because I’m not a singer and I didn’t sing before this movie so it was really crazy."
He added: "But it just shows that if you do work really hard and you’re with supportive people that you can do things that you never dreamed was possible. Because I do think with the Oscar thing, people will never watch the movie again if this is bad. Like, 'they can’t do it'. It was one of those things where this has to be great. It felt great."
Speaking to Ellen, the Avengers: Endgame actor also opened up about fatherhood, stating that having a daughter with Irina Shayk had changed him.
Lady Gaga on being "in love" with Bradley Cooper:
"I took our daughter to Disneyland and there's a ride there called the Guardians of the Galaxy [Mission: Breakout!], we got to sit going to the intro of the ride and it was like, my voice, it was really cool," he said, referring to his character Rocket Raccoon. "I would say, 'Daddy, daddy,' then she kinda looked up and she saw...she was like, 'Daddy?'"
He added: "Yeah. I think [fatherhood has changed me] in every way. I mean, it allowed me to embrace my childlike self without any sort of like, fear of judgment. Like, I could just play with toys all day long and not feel like- is this weird? Or watch cartoons endlessly and not think I'm wasting my life. I love cartoons."
But, enough about fatherhood and back to this A Star Is Born concert! When are you doing it Bradley, and where can we get tickets?