There's no question that Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have chemistry on the screen. Their Oscar-nominated A Star Is Born performances are a testament to this. And anyone who has an Internet connection speculates that there is also an off-screen relationship, regardless of how unfair these rumors are in relation to his girlfriend Irina Shayk.
The craze only intensified when Gaga and her fiancee finished it last week and many gossipers (romantics?) Agreed that she and Cooper are in a greedy lurve , And her Steamy with a major rendition of "Shallow" during the Oscars did not help her we're just artists who mutually fall. So we asked two body language experts to weigh up: was the duo just re-interpreting their roles of Ally and Jackson Maine, or was it demo something real that goes far beyond mutual (platonic) admiration?
Body language expert Patti Wood (and, frankly, everyone else) – impressed, was her extended, atypical, unbroken eye contact.
Sure, it was a carefully choreographed performance, but Wood says this mutual look is "yearning to touch" or a "pre-coitus" style. "That's why everyone went crazy!" Yes. Felt that.
Blanca Cobb, MS Psy, an expert on body language, agrees that her chemistry was as palpable at the Oscars as it was in the film. "When they look at each other, it's like they look each other in the soul," she says.
"The song" Shallow "lays the stage for their characters' romance Taking Chemistry off the Big Screen The live performance at the Oscars requires them to return to their character, making their real chemistry even hotter as their characters, however, is that the friendship of Cooper and Gaga has attraction.Their interactions are tender and sweet.