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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper hold hands at A Star's Born Premiere



friendship goals or what? (Photo: Elisabetta A. Villa / WireImage)

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper held their hands again yesterday for the A Star is Born premiere in Venice and they could easily be the cutest non-pair ever.

Critics have noticed on-screen chemistry between friends, which is not surprising, given the closeness they exude from their stunning premiere images.

Earlier in the day, they looked every part of the Hollywood couple as they held hands at the film's photo shoot.

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1; Stars and Friends clasped hands for the press as they giggled and smiled for the cameras.

The co-stars and friends both looked divine (Image: Splash News)
The two were praised for their performance in the classic remake (Photo: Tony Clifton / Splash News)

Gaga channeled some The serious Marilyn Monroe vibrates with her peroxide blond waves and white hourglass dress.

Actors and Cooper, the first director, also flashed Hollywood charm and opted for a gray suit, a white shirt and a dark blue tie.

Two stars intersect in the music drama that follows two singer-songwriters who fall in love while coping with their respective personal battles.

The classic of 1937 has been rebuilt three times since its inception – once in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason and Aga in 1976 starring Barbra Streisland and Kris Kristofferson.

Cooper's remake of the 1937 Hollywood title has opened to rave reviews, and critics have praised the chemistry between Cooper and Gaga, as well as his directing skills.

They have big boots to fill, but we think they can handle the challenge.

A Star is Born will be released on October 5 th.

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