- Publish Date
- Monday, 4 February 2019, 9:39AM
It's the news we've all been waiting for.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper will be performing their duet 'Shallow' together at the Oscars!
Confirming the news with just four simple words, The Academy's Twitter account read: "Cooper. Gaga. 'Shallow.' #Oscars."
And the 44-year-old actor has since revealed he is "very" nervous about the performance.
When asked if he was prepared, he said: "Not at all. I’m going to have to prepare a lot."
"I couldn’t sing before this movie and so, in terms of being able to sing in front of people, it’s very nerve-wracking. It’s not easy what they do."
"We worked tirelessly [to prepare for the movie]. So I called him [his voice coach Roger Love] and said I’m back in Los Angeles on the 15th of February and hopefully I can do it!"
The A Star Is Born director recently took to the stage with Lady Gaga at her Las Vegas show but insisted it wasn't planned and he was just hoping it wasn't "horrendous".
He told Entertainment Tonight: "I didn’t have any preparation. That was just to see. That was an amazing experience. But no, I want to work and like rehearse [before the Oscars].
The Academy also tweeted that 'I’ll Fight' from RBG, 'The Place Where Lost Things Go' from Mary Poppins Returns and 'When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings' from The Ballad of Buster Scruggs will also be sung at the ceremony.
Now we have more than enough reasons to tune into the highly anticipated Oscars ceremony!