Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s chemistry in the movie A Star Is Born was unmissable. Fans loved the film, most importantly the romance Brad and the singer brought together on the big screen proving to be two phenomenal actors. Ever since then, Cooper and Lady Gaga have been hitting headlines as they split up with their respective partners also during that period. As the A Star Is Born stars grabbed eyeballs after their romantic Oscars performance, now, reportedly, the rumoured lovebirds have finally moved in together.
About a year ago, according to reports in Ok! Australia, Bradley Cooper, and Lady Gaga were looking for a house together after the singer put her Malibu house for sale. An insider dished out that the singer broke off with her ex Christian Carino for Bradley, with him also doing the same with Irina Shayk. The report also claimed that the friends close to the couple weren’t surprised they were looking for a house.
Meanwhile, debunking the story back then, Gossipcop.com revealed that truth that Bradley and Irina were still a couple, although news of their split came up soon after, he surely did not leave her for Gaga. After confirming with Lady Gaga’s spokesperson, Entertainment Tonight also cleared the air about Bradley’s split with Shayk proving that it was all due to Cooper’s busy schedule. As Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk’s breakup was amicable while speaking with Oprah Winfrey about the Oscars romantic performance, Gaga revealed how it was just a stage drama and none of it was true.
Needless to say, the website has been constantly debunking false stories about celebrities, and after many articles from Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga being in a relationship, dating and moving on together, the website time and again proves that it is all absurd and the A Star Is Born co-stars were never a couple and were never dating. Also Read:
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