This Deleted Scene From A Star Is Born Only Amps Up Bradley Cooper And Lady Gaga's Intense Chemistry

And just when you thought the two of them couldn't get more googly-eyed at each other.

In case you missed it, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga recently put on a hell of a show at the 2019 Oscars when they gave a performance of “Shallow” that was so intense that the internet’s reaction could only be described as sploosh.

Everything about their duet was so charged that everyone was convinced that Cooper and Gaga must be an item, even though it’s well known that ol’ Bradley is happily spoken for. Watch it again and try not to squeal:

Hot off A Star Is Born‘s Oscar success, and clearly sensing that everyone is still onboard the Cooper/Gaga “are they or aren’t they” train, the movie’s producers have decided to re-release an extended cut of the film with 12 minutes of additional footage for a limited one-week run.

While you’re going to have to find a cinema in America to find out exactly what these new scenes are, we have a hunch that every second of those 12 minutes serve to do nothing but reinforce Cooper and Gaga’s unparalleled chemistry based on a newly-released teaser clip.

The 42-second clip features Ally and Jackson sharing yet another intimate moment on a massive empty stage while working on a previously unreleased song “Clover”.

Hearing the pair sing together on a new song is great and all but let’s be honest, we’re here for more Cooper and Gaga moments. And boy did this clip do the job as it served to only amp up the pair’s undeniable chemistry.

Check it out right here:

Ugh, the way Ally tucks Jackson’s hair behind his ear is just too much.

If this scene looks familiar, that’s because it was briefly in one of the film’s early trailers but they obviously cut it before release, presumably because it would’ve been a touch too much Cooper/Gaga for fans to handle.

I know Bradley is happily together with Irina Shayk and there really isn’t anything going on between himself and Gaga other than friendship and respect of the highest order, but that new clip just further reinforces the thought that there must be an alternative universe out there where the pair fell in love on the set of A Star Is Born and lived happily ever after.

Lightning Literally Strikes The Premiere Of Lady Gaga's New Movie, A Star Is Born, In Unsubtle Verdict From The Heavens Of How Electrifying Her Performance Is

And based on what critics are saying, one bolt of lightning doesn't do Lady Gaga's performance justice.

After a couple of gush-worthy trailers of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper performing duets and making googly eyes at each other, their new film A Star is Born finally made its premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

But partway through the music drama, real life drama struck the event in the form of lightning. An actual, honest-to-god, real bolt of lightning.

The Venice Film Festival has been wrecked with poor weather over the past couple of days, but I feel like it was a verdict from the heavens about Lady Gaga and her performance in the A Star is Born.

The lightning interruption apparently lasted only 15 minutes after which the film was started again from the beginning, but according to nearly everyone who was at the premiere, the singer was absolutely electrifying as the female lead and were happy to sit through another viewing of her performance.

The journalists at the event were also grateful for the lightning bolt because it provided them with an apt metaphor and an endless well of weather puns to describe Lady Gaga’s acting.

Despite A Star is Born being her first ever lead role in a film, critics were wowed by Lady Gaga’s performance and, unsurprisingly, her singing prowess.

It wasn’t just the singer who was fantastic as the cast and her leading man, Bradley Cooper, were also pretty damn good as well. Apparently Cooper knocked it out of the park on his first ever directorial effort, which annoyingly makes him the complete package.

Not only is he a good actor and supremely good-looking, he’s also a good director too. No, I’m not envious. Not one bit.

There wasn’t any doubt that Lady Gaga is a supremely talented performer, but knowing that she absolutely killed it in A Star is Born pushes it from an “oh that looks fun” flick to a “must-watch” Gaga experience.

When I do get the pleasure of watching Lady Gaga (and Bradley Cooper) slay on the big screen, I hope that lightning strikes two-thirds of the way through the movie, only because it means I get to watch them be irresistibly charming all over again.

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