Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance For ‘Shallow’


Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper gained greatest pop duo/group efficiency on the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday evening (Feb. 10), for his or her smash A Star Is Born collaboration "Shallow." 

The win was Lady Gaga's third of the evening, following greatest pop solo efficiency (for "Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)") and greatest track written for visible media (additionally with Bradley Cooper for "Shallow"). The Grammy marks Gaga's ninth profession win, and Cooper's second. 

"I want Bradley was right here with me proper now -- he’s on the BAFTAs over within the U.Ok.," an emotional Gaga stated of her absent co-star whereas accepting the award. "I do know he needs to be right here. Bradley I liked singing this track with you." 

She went on to element why the track and accompanying film meant a lot to her. "I’m so proud to be a part of a film that addresses psychological well being points -- they’re so necessary," she expressed "And a number of artists cope with that. And we’ve gotta maintain one another. So in the event you see someone that’s hurting, don’t look away. And in the event you’re hurting, although it may be arduous, attempt to discover that bravery inside your self to dive deep and go inform someone and take them up in your head with you."

Gaga and Cooper are additionally up for track of the 12 months and file of the 12 months later within the ceremony, each once more for "Shallow." 

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance For 'Shallow'