It's Oscars Sunday and you can see it unfold live only on 6abc.
And once again, there are several nominees that come from the Delaware Valley.
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One of those nominees is the proud son of Jenkintown, Hollywood power player Bradley Cooper.
The Germantown Academy alum is up for Actor in a Leading Role for "A Star is Born."
He's lost out on that honor for prior roles in "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Sniper and lost the Actor in a Supporting Role race for "American Hustle."
His co-star in "A Star is Born," Lady Gaga, is up for Actress in a Leading Role.
During the ceremony, they will sing "Shallow,' their famous duet in the film, which is nominated for Music (Original Song).
"A Star is Born" is also up for Best Picture.
Bradley Cooper and Delaware native Will Fetters are up for Writing (Adapted Screenplay) for "A Star is Born."
In 2015, Cooper began working on the screenplay with Fetters, who is a native of Brandywine Hundred.
Fetters attended Salesianum High School and the University of Delaware.
His mom, Judy, told Action News that her son had worked on the screenplay for 10 years.
Fetters' mom also says her son had Clint Eastwood and Beyonce in mind when he started writing "A Star is Born."
Malvern native and Temple University grad Adam McKay is nominated for Directing and Writing (Original Screenplay) for "Vice."
McKay attended Penn State for a year before transferring to Temple.
He won a screenplay and writing Oscar for "The Big Short."
Marshall Curry, a 1992 graduate of Swarthmore College, is nominated for Documentary, Short Subject for his film "A Night at the Garden."
This is Curry's third Oscar nomination.
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