Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga took the stage at the 91st Academy Awards to sing their hit song from A Star Is Born, "Shallow," and frankly, it made everyone uncomfortable.

No, not the singing! Admittedly, we were all worried about how Bradley Cooper would sound live on stage rather than digitally remastered in a recording booth, but he actually managed to hold his own across from Lady Gaga, which is seriously saying something. Unfortunately, this was the first time they've performed it live on TV before, and we're kind of seeing why...

For the final portion of the song, where they finish out the song together with sha-sha-la-la-la-low's, Cooper sat next to Gaga on her piano bench, and they proceeded to close their eyes and rub their faces together as they sang. Too in character, guys. Too in character. We get that A Star is Born is a love story, but like... Bradley's girlfriend was literally right there. Have some discretion, guys, don't make it weird!

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We're not the only ones who felt the voyeur vibes though. Twitter was totally convinced they were having a moment too!

They may have made things totally weird for everyone not in their little love bubble, but they did later win the award for Best Original Song. So we guess if making it awkward wins you an Oscar, then go for it!

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