Stud Muffin Bradley Cooper talked to Details about movies, broads and a brush with gender identity crisis (it was fleeting). The Huffington Post dished out the good stuff, so I had to have myself more Bradley from the original article.
Apparently Bradley Cooper was mistaken for a girl as a young man. When he was 10 or 11, a coffee shop waitress addressed Cooper as a “Miss” while taking his order. That’s rough. The poor thing was wearing a jean jacket and a Metallica pin. What about that says “Miss?” It might have been the long bowl cut his mother insisted he sport. Do what I do, Bradley. Just blame mom. I would venture to guess that Cooper has more than made up for that cringe-worthy moment with his big-time blockbuster film, The A-Team, out June 11th. An already fitness-obsessed Cooper had to really crack down for his role as Lt. Templeton ‘Faceman’ Peck. No sugar, no salt, no flour, and two-hour daily workouts with a trainer. Oh, to be a movie star. “Here is $5 million dollars. Lose twenty pounds immediately.” My response: “Sure thing.”
Cooper, who is assumed to be dating Renee Zellweger (though he won’t comment on that relationship), claims to have never dated Jennifer Aniston. The two are just friends, but have never been romantical.
“ ‘I’m reading about me taking Jennifer Aniston to my Bel Air mansion’–he
lived in a modest home in Venice, California, then; he has a bigger
house in Los Angeles now–’and having a candlelit dinner, and I was
like, ‘That’s crazy. Never happened.’ He says the next time he saw
Aniston, who is a friend, he joked, ‘Hey, we should hang out–the other
dates that we never had went so well.’ “
Remember Bradley Cooper in Sex And The City? He was in that “Single And Fabulous?” episode. And there I thought he was a flash in the pan. Look how far we’ve come, Bradley Cooper.