After surprising concert-goers at Coachella, Bradley Cooper made another appearance at a music festival, joining Kris Kristofferson on stage at Glastonbury 2017.
The “Hangover” star was seen by the stage before the famed country singer’s set, before taking the stage himself, guitar in hand, to roaring applause from the crowd.
Cooper was on hand shooting scenes for “A Star Is Born”, the musical remake he’s directing, starring Lady Gaga.
“Thank you very much,” Cooper told the audience after his set. “You guys were awesome, that was great. It’s my pleasure to introduce Kris Kristofferson.”
“A Star Is Born”, coming out in 2018, is written and directed by Cooper. The film is a remake: originally filmed in 1937, and then again in 1954 starring Judy Garland and James Mason, and most recently in 1976 starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson himself.
Cooper is starring alongside Gaga in the film, about a movie star who helps the career of a young singer, and then falls into alcoholism as his own career spirals downward.
The film will also star Sam Elliott, Bonnie Sommerville, and Dave Chappelle.
Earlier this year Cooper was at Coachella shooting scenes for the film with Gaga.
Glastonbury 2017 is also set to feature performances from The xx, Lorde, Major Lazer, and Radiohead.