The actor will be bringing another leading lady in his life -- his mom!

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Bradley Cooper will continue his red carpet hot streak at the 2019 SAG Awards Sunday night, but this time he will have a different plus one at his side.

The star, who is nominated for best actor along with a slew of other nods for his work on A Star Is Born, will be bringing his mom Gloria Campano to the awards show instead of his long-term girlfriend Irina Shayk who is busy working abroad.

The Russian model was spotted at an event for Marc Jacobs beauty in Moscow, days after making a slew of appearances at Paris Couture Week.

Meanwhile, Cooper spent his weekend jetting to Las Vegas to join his A Star Is Born costar Lady Gaga at her residency for their first live performance of “Shallow.”

The National Board Of Review Annual Awards Gala - Inside
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk
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  • The official pre-show, People, Entertainment Weekly and TNT Red Carpet Live: 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards, will livestream beginning at 5:30 p.m. ET/2:30 p.m. PT on PEOPLE.com, EW.com, tntdrama.com/sag-awards and sagawards.org, in addition to being broadcast live in Times Square.

Cooper and Shayk, who share daughter Lea De Seine Shayk Cooper, made a very high-fashion appearance at the Golden Globe Awards earlier this month, and were very cuddly in front of the camera. Shayk even made sure to adjust Cooper’s bow tie.

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A Star is Born marks Cooper’s directorial debut, which follows him as an aging country star who helps a young singer (played by lady Gaga) launch her career.

“I spent about 15 years going from movie to movie to movie. And then I hit 39 and I stopped and I said, ‘What do I really want to do?’ I want to tell Joseph Merrick’s story in The Elephant Man. So I did that for a year,” Cooper, 43, told NPR. “Then this story came to me, A Star Is Born, and then I spent the next four years doing that. And the one thing that I know in the future is: It’s worth all the time to dedicate, even if one piece of art comes out of it in a half a decade, that would still be incredible as long as I can feel like it’s the movie I wanted to make, which is this movie.”