And boy did it give us all the feels. Starting the performance sat on the front row, the pair sashayed up on the stairs to the stage where they simply sat and sung staring at each other. Intense AF? Emotional AF? Cringe AF? We will let you vote on that one!
The performance - which will surely be the lasting memory of a rather uneventful Oscars - ended with the pair cosied up together on the piano singing cheek-to-cheek from one microphone. Clearly the pair aren't big fans of personal space but who can blame them - is there room for a little one? We are NOT above being a third wheel.
So the news that a movie star reunion could be on the cards is quite literally music to our ears, after Bradley Cooper admitted on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he really wants to organise a one-night celebration with his onscreen love, Lady Gaga.
"I thought would be a cool thing to do, maybe one night, would be like a live reading of the script and sing all the songs as we read the script, like at the Hollywood Bowl or something...That would be cool, right?", he said.
"Yes, that would be really cool," affirmed DeGeneres, speaking on behalf of literally everyone who is going crazy at the idea of Ally and Jack rekindling their love.
Cooper also reflected on his full-on Oscar performance of "Shallow" with the singer-songwriter, saying that while performing at the awards bash was "terrifying", having Gaga on hand helped calm his nerves.
"I worked really hard, and Lady Gaga is so supportive. But it was terrifying," he recalled. "Because I'm not a singer and I didn't sing before this movie, so it was really crazy. It just shows you if you do work really hard, and you're with supportive people, then you can do things you never dreamed possible."
Can you guys just get together and sing your hearts out already?
A Star Is Born garnered a whopping eight Academy Award nominations, and took home the prize for Best Original Song for "Shallow" after Bradley and Gaga had received a standing ovation for their performance.
Taking to the stage, Lady Gaga was in floods of tears alongside her co-writer, Mark Ronson. In her speech, the singer called her sister, who she was attending with, ‘her soulmate’ before turning to Bradley Cooper to say, "there’s not a single person on this planet who could have performed this song with me, apart from you. Thank you for believing in us. Thank you so much."
Before the music could play her out, Lady Gaga left her best to last with a rallying cry to all about hard work, "If you are at home sitting on your coach and you are watching this right now, this is hard work. I have worked hard for a long time and it’s not about winning but what it is about is not giving up. If you have a dream, fight for it. It’s not about how many times you get rejected, you are knocked down or beaten up it’s about how many times you stand up, you are brave and you keep on going."