We've been obsessed with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's friendship ever since we saw A Star Is Born, and we're glad to see they're still close. On Thursday, Bradley was honoured at the American Cinematheque Gala for his two-decade career, and Gaga got emotional while paying tribute to him on stage with their costar Sam Elliott. "I felt comfortable with Bradley — not just because he's a hunk like Sam — but because Bradley is such a kind and loving and real person," Gaga said as she fought back tears. "I'm so honoured to have you as my friend."
Gaga also revealed that Bradley helped her open up and find herself again through her role. "I ran from Stefani for a long time. I put on a superhero cape and called myself Lady Gaga," she said. "You challenged me to deep dive into a place where I had to see her again, be Stefani again . . . I'm so grateful to you, not just for making me a better actress, but I've been able to call on you as a friend."
A Star Is Born is the third remake of the 1937 original with Janet Gaynor and Fredric March and follows the life of a jaded musician named Jackson Maine (Bradley), who falls in love with a rising star named Ally (Gaga). The film has major Oscar buzz, and if you haven't seen it yet, what are you waiting for?