And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
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Back in December, we were BEYOND excited when we learned that Beyoncé might be starring in Bradley Cooper's directorial debut — which just happens to be a remake of Judy Garland's hit remake of 1937's A Star Is Born.
Well even though Cooper couldn't snag Bey, it seems the reports of the 30-year-old replacing the Single Ladies singer are true as Page Six reports
Well, all eyes turned to them once again over the weekend — but not for the reason you may expect!
As Andy took home his second-ever title over Milos Raonic, cameras panned over the A-list crowd… and caught Irina wiping away tears as a dumbfounded B. Coop looked at her like, "Really..?"
We don't mean to laugh at their humanizing moment being captured for the world to see, but… HA! This is just too good! And don't act like you've never been there!
No word yet on what caused the spat, but reports say the actor's ex Suki Waterhouse was seated nearby, so we think that pretty much solves that.
You can watch the full moment (below)!
Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are reminding the world they're still in love!
On Wednesday, the beautiful couple were seen snuggling up at Wimbledon in London to watch Andy Murray take on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
And their sweet display easily led all eyes to be on them! Aren't they so cute??
The beardy Joy actor seemed fully content with all the affection given to him by his supermodel girlfriend, especially as she was nibbling on his shoulder!
See it (below):
Bradley Cooper couldn't even save this show!
A TON of shows have already gotten the axe this year (see our list below!), and sadly CBS has added another freshman to the list — they just canceled Limitless!
The failed drama starring Jake McDorman and Jennifer Carpenter even had Cooper guest star in four episodes, but apparently that wasn't enough to save the sinking drama.
Just last week, president Glenn Geller said at their pre-upfronts breakfast that they were shopping the series around to various outlets.
However, it looks like that plan has fallen through as showrunner Craig Sweeny took to Twitter to share:
The Lizzie McGuire alum drank some of Bey's Lemonade Saturday night when she went to the singer's Formation World Tour!
Hil hit up the Rose Bowl in Pascadena, California for the El Lay leg of the songstress's tour — but the former Disney star was only one of many celebs in attendance!
We have a feeling everyone in the audience had as much of a blast as Hilary — who was at one point spotted in the crowd on another fan's shoulders dancing to Crazy In Love!
Ch-ch-check out fan footage of the show (below) to see Hilary go cray for Bey!
Netflix is heading back to Camp Firewood once again!
Last year, the streaming service reassembled the star studded cast of Wet Hot American Summer for the hilarious prequel series First Day Of Camp.
Now, Netflix announced it is paddling out yet another chapter of the campy saga called Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later!
The upcoming 30-minute comedy series will take place 10 years after the original 2001 film — but should NOT be considered a sequel to First Day of Camp.
But don't worry, campers… Ten Years Later will still be set at Camp Firewood, and is being written by Michael Showalter and David Wain — who wrote and directed both the original film and prequel series.
No casting information has been released just yet, but since the OG creative team is back, we're sure Camp Firewood alumni like Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd, Bradley Cooper, and Elizabeth Banks will be up for a third round!
Ch-ch-check out the official announcement video (below) and get excited for WHAS: Ten Years Later, set for a 2017 premiere!
We rarely ever see Bradley Cooper so raw.
At the launch of Sean Parker's AMAZING cancer research foundation, the Parker Institute For Cancer Immunotherapy, Bradley opened up about losing his father to lung cancer in 2011. Understandably, the loss is still incredibly difficult to talk about.
In a brave move, Cooper used his father's passing as an example for why we need more resources for people diagnosed with the deadly disease. Even though the actor had a ton of resources and money to help his dad, it was still an exhaustive process. Given how difficult it was for Brad to deal with, he expressed awe and sympathy for those who aren't as fortunate.
Becoming emotional as he spoke, B.C. recalled caring for his sick poppa:
"I just want to tell you about my father Charles J. Cooper, he passed away from lung cancer in 2011. I was in a very lucky position because I was able to put everything on hold in all aspects of my life and completely focus on taking care of him."
Even with all of Brad's good fortune, the situation was less than ideal: