Lady Gaga said working with Bradley Cooper on “A Star is Born” is “changed” her.
Pop star Lady Gaga said it is working with actor Bradley Cooper in “A Star is Born” is “changed” her and she feels “blessed” for the experience.
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, and Bradley Cooper spoke with Entertainment Weekly on Thursday about the upcoming remake, scheduled to be released Oct. 5.
The “Bad Romance” crooner will portray an Ally, an aspiring singer.
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Lady Gaga had nothing but nice words to say about her co-star Cooper, who is also the director of the film.
“It has changed me,” she said. “Watching Bradley work was phenomenal, and then with him believing in me – it gave me more ammunition to believe in myself, and I feel so blessed to have had that experience.”
The pop star said learned a lot from working with Cooper.
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“I think that what I have learned from Bradley [is] it’s OK to be ruthless to ensure that your vision and go after it with every fiber of your being and never stop with white gloving what you create. Sometimes, as an artist, I questioned myself as I go, ” Am I pulling the thread? I’m unraveling the whole blanket now? Should I stop?’ It has changed the way I work today”, she continued.
Cooper also had nice words for his co-star and said he has also learned from her.
“I think the biggest thing I’ve learned is that the sky is the limit if you find a companion artistic, and you have a project,” Cooper said. “There is no dream too big. What people can do together is so much more powerful than what they do themselves.”
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