Bradley Cooper is now single after he split up with girlfriend Irina Shayk, and the rumor mills have been churning out stories about him and Lady Gaga. The latest story about them is that they will be reunited for a “A Star Is Born” performance in the UK.

Glastonbury Festival is a five-day event that takes place in England every year. The rumor about this year’s festival was that Cooper and Gaga will reunite to deliver another “A Star is Born” performance on stage.

The organizer of the festival, Emily Eavis, is aware of how quickly such rumors tend to spread on the internet, so she took to Twitter to address it before it gets “out of control.” Eavis confirmed that Cooper and Gaga are not slated to perform at the event, although she added that the fans of “A Star is Born” will be able to watch the film at the Pilton Palais cinema tent at the event on Friday.

The Glastonbury Festival will take place between June 26 and 29 this year. The confirmed performers at the event include Janet Jackson, Miley Cyrus, The Killers, the Cure, and Vampire Weekend, People reported.

Rumors and speculation about Cooper and Gaga performing at the British festival reportedly started after DJ Edith Bowman teased on a TV show that she may have some information about some “secret” performers at the event. She also talked about Cooper being in touch with the organizers for a potential appearance.

Commenting on Eavis clarification, Bowman apologized for the rumor to have grown “arms and legs,” and she also blamed Cooper.

Cooper previously performed at Glastonbury in 2017, when he filmed scenes for “A Star Is Born.” He was there on stage as his character Jackson Maine.

“A Star Is Born” is Cooper’s directorial debut, and the film became a big hit. His performance with Gaga during the Oscars also led to a lot of online talk about the possibility of the two of them dating.

Bradley Cooper, Lady Gaga
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga perform onstage during the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Kevin Winter