Apparently, this is how Irina Shayk really feels about Bradley and Lady Gaga's chemistry
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have had everyone talking the last few days.
In case you somehow missed it, the A Star Is Born co-stars gave a steamy performance of Shallow at the Oscars on Sunday.
After their months-long publicity campaign, which was filled with mushy joint interviews, the very intense rendition of the song at the Academy Awards was enough for some fans to believe the relationship may have spilled over into real life.
Especially since Irina - who watched the performance from the front row - had appeared to position herself between the pair during the ceremony.
However, an insider has insisted that the model isn't actually bothered about the chemistry between the former co-stars.
They told Us Weekly:
"Irina knows that Bradley and Gaga are artists. It's a nonissue for her.
"They were in character putting on an Oscar performance."
In fact, it appears to be so much of a "non-issue" that Irina was one of the first members of the audience to give Bradley and Gaga a standing ovation after their performance.
Here’s what standing ovation looked like inside Dolby for @ladygaga and Bradley Cooper after their “Shallow” #Oscars performance. Irina Shayk was first up out of her seat. Before Bradley walked up to perform, Jennifer Lopez patted him on back to encourage him. Super sweet pic.twitter.com/eF69IOYToY
— Chris Gardner (@chrissgardner) February 25, 2019
The Oscar for Best Original Song is the only aware A Star Is Born won on the night.
In her speech, Gaga thanked Bradley and told him that he was the only person who could have sung the song with her.
She also urged anyone with an ambition to be persistent in going after what they want.
"If you are watching this right now, all I have to say is that this is hard work. I've worked hard for a long time and it's not about winning, but what it's about is not giving up. If you have a dream, fight for it," she said.
"If there's a discipline or a passion, it's not about how many times you get rejected or you fall down or get beaten up, it's about how many times you stand up and are brave and keep on going. Thank you."