Lady Gaga couldn’t be more proud of getting to work alongside Bradley Cooper in the upcoming remake of “A Star Is Born”.
The Fall Movie Preview issue of Entertainment Weekly features the dynamic duo on the cover lovingly looking at each other, and Gaga couldn’t help but gush about him inside the pages.
“It just has changed me. Watching Bradley work was phenomenal and then having him believe in me – it gave me more ammunition to believe in myself and I just feel so blessed to have had that experience,” the 32-year-old said.
“I think what I learned from Bradley [is] it’s okay to be relentlessly sure of your vision and to go after it with every fibre of your being, and to never stop white gloving what you’re making,” she continued. “Sometimes, as an artist, I second guess myself when I go, ‘Am I pulling the thread? Am I unravelling the whole blanket now? Do I need to stop?’ It’s changed the way that I work today.”
Cooper, 43, gave love right back to Gaga, sharing what he admired so much about working with singer and actress.
“I think the biggest thing I learned is that sky’s the limit if you find a companion artistically, and you have a project,” Cooper said. “There is no dreaming too big. What people can do together is so much more powerful than what they can do by themselves.”
The “American Horror Story” alum will star as Ally, a struggling artist that Cooper’s character, Jackson Maine, takes under his wing after watching her perform at a bar.
In the issue, Gaga also opened up about filming a scene just before her close friend, Sonja, passed away.
Read more with the Gaga and Cooper here before “A Star Is Born” hits theatres on October 5.