In a recent interview with E!, Bradley Cooper has opened up about his fears of performing with his 'A Star is Born' co-star Lady Gaga.
When asked if the pair will be performing their hit song 'Shallow' at the Oscars, Bradley said "I think we’re going to sing it, I’m sure I’ll be terrified."
He went on to talk about how he felt before he stepped onstage with her at Vegas.
“That was terrifying. I just had to zen out and just pray that I wasn’t going to ruin her show. Because, think about it, she just crushed it for two hours. And I thought, ‘Please, let me just be on pitch.'"
He was then asked if there was any chance that he'd tour with Lady Gaga performing songs from 'A Star is Born', to which he responded 'no'.
Nerves aren't the only thing playing on Bradley's mind however, in an interview with Oprah he admitted to feeling embarrassed after missing out on an Oscar nomination for 'Best Director'.
“I was embarrassed. I was at a coffee shop in New York City and looked down at my phone and Nicole (his publicist) has told me congratulations and said what we had been nominated for. They didn’t even give me the bad news."
"I was embarrassed because I felt I hadn’t done my job."
We don't think that Bradley has anything to worry about, given how amazing his performances have been to date.