Lady Gaga Makes Rare Appearance to Support Bradley Cooper's New Movie



by SEDEDIN DEDOVIC

Lady Gaga Makes Rare Appearance to Support Bradley Cooper's New Movie
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Lady Gaga made a rare public appearance on the red carpet to support her friend and co-star Bradley Cooper at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film "Maestro" on Tuesday night. The film will also be available to stream on Netflix.

This was the first time that Gaga and Cooper appeared together in public since the end of the promotional campaign for their film "A Star is Born", which was released in 2018 and had a solid result and ratings.

Lady Gaga visibly in a good mood posed for journalists

Gaga looked stunning in a black blazer with silver trim and matching black pants.

She happily posed with Cooper and his "Maestro" co-star Carey Mulligan before the screening at the Academy Film Museum. Cooper's daughter Lea De Seine also joined them for a photo opportunity. Gaga and Cooper's on-screen chemistry in "A Star Is Born" wowed audiences and fueled speculation about a potential real-life romance between the two.

However, Cooper has since clarified that they simply "stayed in character" as they performed their emotional duet "Shallow" at the 2019 Academy Awards.

Just Friends

Despite not being romantically involved, Gaga and Cooper clearly share a close friendship.

Cooper spoke highly of Gaga, praising her talent and calling her "an amazing person." Gaga echoed that sentiment, describing Cooper as a mentor who helped her believe in herself. At the premiere of "Maestro" Gaga and Cooper were inseparable.

They chatted and laughed together, clearly enjoying each other's company. Their true relationship was obvious for all to see. Gaga continues to be a force in the music industry, and Cooper has established himself as a talented director.

It's clear that their friendship and professional respect for each other is still strong, so we wouldn't be surprised if they do some new "thing" together. Loyal moviegoers are eagerly awaiting the release of "Maestro" to see Cooper's latest directorial work, the success of this film would further establish him as a good director.

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