The Internet Is Still Severely Shipping Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

…and they can’t be stopped
The Internet Is Still Severely Shipping Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
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Raise your hand if you’ve seen ‘A Star Is Born’ starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper about a hundred times now and are shamelessly hungry for more:

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Well, you aren't alone. Who can blame you when the Oscar-winning film has been stealing hearts all over the world. Everyone is particularly obsessed by the chemistry between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Everything they touch seems to turn into sweet, sweet ‘Shallow’ magic. The internet can’t get enough and can’t seem to stop shipping the pair.

No one's safe from this ship...

The internet is totally convinced there is something cooking between the two (even though Bradley's dating Russian supermodel, Irina Shayk AND that they have a child together)

We totally understand why everyone's going Gaga over these two, though. It's not only about the way they dazzled together on-screen. Their chemistry is killer even irl. Don't believe us? Just watch this clip and then speak:

You tell us which of your platonic friends you'd ever get that close to. The internet is definitely having fun with how intimately close they were at the Oscars.

We don't know about you, but after all this meme research, we're really craving a 'Shallow' love story like theirs. You know for a ruggedly handsome stud with the voice of an angel to come up to us and say, "Tell me somethin', girl, are you happy in this modern world?". And then, we'll be all like:

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And then Bradley, I mean the handsome guy, would continue, "Or do you need more? Is there somethin' else you're searchin' for?" We'd have no choice but to respond with: 

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Now, is that too much to ask for? 

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