In a moment you didn't see on The Oscars telecast Sunday night, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper got two standing ovations from the audience, according to a reporter at the awards.

The stars of "A Star Is Born" had just performed their signature hit "Shallow" and received a standing ovation.

As the show was in commercial, Cooper was escorting Gaga down the stage steps and back to her seat. Nearly everyone in the theater was out of their seats for the second time applauding the pitch-perfect performance.

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The reporter tweeted the moment and said it was something he had never seen before at The Oscars.

"Shallow" won the Oscar for Best Original Song.