Move Over, Kenny and Tim: It’s Brad/Gaga Time?

It’s not so crazy: Remember that Lady Gaga and Miranda Lambert bonded over beverages at the Grammys.

Brad Paisley took a break Friday (June 1) from recording a new album to taste some food and sing some songs on Good Morning America.

Brad nibbled some samples from TV chef Mario Batali before doing three songs in New York City's Central Park. The set list: "Working on a Tan," "Water" and "Waitin' on a Woman."

Onstage, GMA's Lara Spencer asked Brad with whom he'd like to do a duet.

After a couple of seconds of reflection, Brad said, "Lady Gaga."

That delighted GMA meteorologist Sam Champion, who practically shouted "Nice!" afterward.

Gaga goes country isn't a totally crazy idea: You migh remember she put out a country version of "Born This Way," and that Gaga and Miranda Lambert got to be one-night besties at the Grammys.

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