Brie Larson, Samuel Jackson
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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper stunned the Oscars audience and fans everywhere with their incredible performance of “Shallow”. Now, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson have recreated a portion of the duet for a performance we never knew we needed until now.

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The Marvel stars made a recent appearance on The Jonathan Ross Show where it was pointed out that before starring as Captain Marvel in the upcoming movie, Larson had a singing career.



No, really. You may remember her surprisingly addictive 2005 hit “She Said”.

Fast forward to the interview with Ross where he brings up Larson’s 2005 album Finally Out Of P.E.

“How dare you,” Larson teases before adding that her and Jackson have been preparing a little something…. kind of.

Larson dives into her “go-to” song from Cats the musical, and honestly, we’re here for it.

Ross, the host of the show, jokingly acts like he’s going to toss his shoe at her before teasing “I didn’t think it was good enough for a show.”

And that brings us to the unexpected Larson and Jackson duet of “Shallow.”

That performance gets a big “WOW” from Ross and a round of applause from the audience.

Check out the parody of the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper duet, below!

We need a full performance ASAP.

The duet that started it all…

Gaga and Cooper had a super intimate performance of “Shallow” which you can watch below.

After the amazing performance, they were given two full standing ovations from the audience. We’re pretty sure everyone watching wouldn’t have been mad if they just came back and performed it again.

Gaga ended up winning first Oscar for Best Original Song for “Shallow” from A Star Is Born.

She thanked many people, including director and co-star Cooper, in her emotional acceptance speech, which you can view here.

What did you think of Larson and Jackson’s hilarious duet of “Shallow”? Sound off in the comments below!

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