This is how Bradley Cooper's girlfriend Irina Shayk responded to his 'steamy' duet with Lady Gaga
As we all know, Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's chemistry is undeniable, and this was especially evident during last night's Oscars.
The performance featured some very intense eye-contact between the duo, who starred as Jackson Maine and Ally in the hit, which went onto win the Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Towards the close of the song, Cooper and Gaga sat incredibly close to each other, as they shared a microphone and a small piano bench. Naturally, the internet was full of frenzied reactions to the duet, as people speculated whether the pair were more than just co-stars.
"I was like, ‘Are they doing it?’ It was so good," Tiffany Haddish told Entertainment Tonight at the Vanity Fair Oscar party. "That was hot!"
"Raise your hand if you thought Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were about to make out," wrote a third, and another added "Based on the Internet reaction I think legally speaking Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have to get married and have a baby now or it’s a felony."
Cooper even got a heartfelt shoutout during Gaga's acceptance speech. "Bradley, there is not a single person on the planet that could've sang this song with me but you. Thank you for believing in us. Thank you so much," the 32-year-old gushed.
Given this, people are understandably wondering how Cooper's longtime girlfriend, Irina Shayk, is feeling about it all - and she's just fine - of course. The model was photographed embracing Gaga after she delivered her emotional speech, and Cooper was also shot kissing Shayk right in front of his co-star.
Looks like the internet just needs to chill, eh?
In any case, we should also remember that Gaga once said that she would never consider dating Cooper, who directed and starred in the feature.
When Howard Stern asked the singer if things could ever turn romantic, she replied: "Absolutely not! I already love everyone and the idea is, if you really love somebody, you put the most important thing first and that is the film. The truth is, what's most important to me is that we tell a story that touches the hearts of millions of people that come to see it."