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Bradley Cooper’s Ex-Wife Weighs In On That ‘Shallow’ Performance

If you don’t know who Jennifer Esposito is, she’s an actress and author, known for her roles in the movie “Crash” and the TV series “NCIS”. She was also briefly married to Bradley Cooper back in 2006.

After Sunday’s now iconic “Shallow” performance at the Oscars, David Spade posted a picture of Cooper and Gaga on Instagram, asking his followers: “Is there any chance these 2 aren’t fucking?”

Esposito saw the post and simply commented “Ha,” adding fuel to an already large fire.


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Although a “Ha” is hard to interpret without some context, it’s understandable if there’s some bitterness behind Esposito’s remarks. It must be hard to see your ex-husband so cozied up to Lady Gaga of all people.

Cooper’s current girlfriend and baby mama, Irina Shayk, was also a spectator at the awards show, sitting between Cooper and Gaga throughout the evening. Unlike Esposito, Shayk hasn’t made any remarks, and she looked sincerely happy and comfortable with the whole thing. According to E! News, a source close to Shayk says that she doesn’t see what all the fuss is about and that she knows that Cooper and Gaga are artists and were also in character. Can we all just leave them alone now?


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