They sang their award-winning song from the film, “Shallow,” and got very
However, Gaga, 32, is adamant they were just putting on a show.
During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Wednesday, the host asked Gaga about the performance.
She rolled her eyes and said: “First of all, social media quite frankly is the toilet of the internet and what it has done to pop culture is abysmal.
“And people saw love, and guess what, that’s what we wanted you to see. This is a love song, the movie is a love story.”
She revealed Cooper, who directed the movie, also took charge of the Oscars performance.
Gaga added: “From a performance perspective it was so important to both of us that we were connected the entire time.
“I mean, look, I’ve had my arm around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. When you’re singing love songs, that’s what you want people to feel.”
Watch the clip below.
Those of you who loved A Star Is Born will be thrilled to know that Warner Bros. has set a one-week release of A Star Is Born with almost 12 minutes of additional footage, including extended musical performances, on 1,150 screens in North America.
The film won the Academy Award for best original song for “Shallow” for Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt. The “special encore engagement,” which will begin Friday, will include never-before-seen footage and extended performances of the opener “Black Eyes”;