Tell Me Somethin', Girl — Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Might Be Performing at Glastonbury
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are rumoured to be performing at Glastonbury this weekend. The unconfirmed news of the Hollywood headliners was mentioned by Scottish broadcaster Edith Bowman on yesterday's episode of Sunday Brunch on Channel 4. Bowman claimed that Cooper spilled the secret while chatting on her podcast, "Soudtracking with Edith Bowman." Bowman told the presenters of Sunday Brunch that after she said to Cooper, "I just want to see you guys do a gig, you know, play it live," the A Star is Born actor responded, "Well, we have been talking to Nick [Dewey] and Emily [Eavis] about it, and we'd do the Park Stage." Mega. If the rumours turn out to be true, then we can expect Cooper and Lady Gaga to headline Glastonbury's Park Stage at some point between Friday June 28 and Sunday, June 30.
Other noteworthy performances gracing the Park Stage will be British rapper Little Simz, English spoken word poet Kate Tempest, and up-and-coming Jamaican Reggae artist Koffee. After taking a look at this weekend's time slots, there are two TBA performances between 11:30 and 12:10 and 18:15 and 19:15. Fingers crossed.
If Gaga and Cooper bring A Star is Born to Glastonbury, we're hoping to hear some of our favourite hits from the movie soundtrack like "Always Remember Us This Way," "Shallow," and "Maybe It's Time." But as much as we're keen on an incredible performance and some intimate onstage chemistry, festival organiser Emily Eavis finally decided to set the story straight on Twitter.
Before this one gets out of control... the answer is no, that isn’t happening. (Although you can watch the amazing A Star Is Born in our Pilton Palais cinema tent at 4.30pm on Friday.) https://t.co/vUovpJAZuM— Emily Eavis (@emilyeavis) June 24, 2019