Bradley Cooper's surprise duet with Lady Gaga

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Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga perform A Star Is Born song at Vegas show

Seemingly reluctantly, the actor joined her onstage, following her to the piano before quipping that "Jackson Maine would never wear these", as he struggled with some in-ear monitors.

If you were at the Lady Gaga show on Saturday night in Las Vegas, you were in for a real treat.

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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Things escalated to an even more magical level when Lady Gaga took the helm and sang her part.

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".

If you attend a Lady Gaga performance, you should no doubt be ready for uninmagineable surprises. The song is also slated to be performed at the Oscars in February.

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Video footage from the concert shows Gaga helping Cooper get ready to sing, giving him a kiss on the cheek before he sat down.

Gaga usually performs her award-winning song "Shallow", which is played three times in the course of A Star is Born, as the encore at the Enigma show.

The iconic song from the movie has already won the pair a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.

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