Bradley Cooper Reveals His Awesome Idea for Reuniting With Lady Gaga for 'A Star Is Born' Special Performance

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper
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The actor shares on 'Ellen' that he'd like to take share the stage with Lady Gaga another time.

Bradley Cooper's collaboration with Lady Gaga has been one of  the most successful Hollywood partnerships in recent memory, and their performance together at the Oscars was simply historic.

So it's not surprising that the 44-year-old actor and filmmaker would love to take the stage with his A Star Is Born co-star one more time.

On Thursday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Cooper opens up about his and Gaga's song, "Shallow," earning Best Song at the GRAMMYs, and whether the two co-stars would consider touring to promote the soundtrack.

"I mean, no," Cooper says bluntly, with a laugh. "But what I thought would be a cool thing to do, maybe one night, would be like a live reading of the script and sing all the songs as we read the script, like at the Hollywood Bowl or something."

"Cool" is something of an understatement, especially if the special had half of the emotional impact fans felt from the pair's performance at this year's Academy Awards, which Cooper admits was "pretty terrifying."

"I actually wasn't nervous, because I worked so hard, and Lady Gaga is so supportive. But it was terrifying," he recalls. "Because I'm not a singer and I didn't sing before this movie, so it was really crazy."

"But it just shows you that if you work really hard, and you're with supportive people, you can do things that you never dreamed possible," he adds.

For more on Cooper and Gaga's epic, history-making Oscars duet, check out the video below: