Elton John relies so much on the possibilities of Mark Ronson and Lady Gaga at the Academy Awards that he is willing to hand over the writing to his house if they do not win a small gold statuette on February 24th.
In the most recent episode of John & # 39; s. Rocket time The radio show on Beats 1, Sir Elton spoke about Ronson's collaboration with Gaga for A star has been born, and expressed how sure he was that they would add to his collection of prizes for the track.
("Shallow" has already won the Golden Globe and Critic & # 39; s Choice for the best song, and is nominated for the best original song at the Academy Awards).
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"I bet my house will win an Oscar," he told Ronson through FaceTime. "I do not want to gafar, but I guarantee you'll win an Oscar."
Ronson, who received the call while finishing working on his collaboration with Alicia Keys in his studio, thanked John for the compliment and vote of confidence. He also talked about the special connection that John and Gaga have (Gaga is the godmother of the two sons of John and David Furnish) and remembered how much he wanted John to approve the material he and Gaga were working on when they recorded. Joanne that he produced.
"I know when Gaga was for the first time to touch you the first demonstrations of Joanne and "Millions of reasons", it was very important to me, to know the type of record we were doing, "he said.
"I really liked it," Elton liked it, "what did he say?" We were not going to throw it away if you said no, but it was important … I knew if anyone would understand. from your world and the people really close to it, it was you. "
Gaga and Bradley Cooper are scheduled to perform on "Shallow" during the broadcast of the 91 annual Academy Awards, which will be held on February 24 at 8 p.m. ITS T.