Bradley Cooper And Irina Shayk Are Not Having Fun At Wimbledon Today

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Bradley Cooper is a Wimbledon fixture, having made his much-discussed debut in 2013 and stuck around ever since. As with any long-term relationship, though, spending enough time in a place does somewhat dull its sheen: The drags of every day life start to creep in through the gate, and the magic of simply being there is no longer enough to keep Real Issues at bay. My point is, Bradley Cooper is in a fight with Irina Shayk at Wimbledon.


Oh do you think?

I initially wanted to speculate about what could have prompted such a classic instance of I’m Pissed body language, but then I saw this headline and was like “Oooh, shit, okay.”

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As you know, Suki Waterhouse accompanied Cooper to his very first Wimbledon, so maybe Shayk is upset that she’ll always feel like a filthy interloper in another couple’s tradition. Or maybe that’s not it at all! Maybe they’re arguing about Cooper’s stupid t-shirts, or his mother, or maybe he killed all her house plants right as the azaleas were finally coming into their own.

“Bradley and Irina put on a loved up display together, cosying up in the stands and chatting away surrounded by celebs,” reports the Daily Mirror, a sentence written immediately above an image that closely resembles this one:

Image via AP
Image via AP

Andy Murray won the men’s final.


AllieCat demands hats on cats-is probable weirdo

I’m glad there aren’t people all over the world tracking how often I cry in public and why....

And before the trolls start in-(they seem to have a HUGE problem with me being open about crying) yes I cry a lot. Sometimes in public. Am I okay? I don’t know. Probably not.

Why didn’t my husband leave me when I cried after he ate my leftovers, friend!? I don’t know-perhaps he likes my personality. Or perhaps he thought I was really hot and found my looks outweighed my very emotional outbursts? Maybe he likes that my crying comes from a place of being really sensitive and compassionate. Perhaps he likes how weirdly good at darts I am without practice. You’d have to ask him.

I cry more than a very colicky baby. It’s my response to literally any emotion. AND I DONT CARE.

Edit: this is a normal outburst to this article. Totally totally normal. But I am genuinely glad people don't track my facial expressions in public-that must suck.