Bradley Cooper's Girlfriend Irina Shayk Reacts To His Steamy Performance With Lady Gaga

Bradley Cooper's Girlfriend Irina Shayk Reacts To His Steamy Performance With Lady Gaga
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Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's chemistry is undeniable both on and off screen. The performance of their hit song "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born" only comes to highlight this even more. Their duet at the Oscars was filled with romantic eye contact and snuggling and caused a lot of people to cheer for them to couple up.

However, there is an issue! Cooper is already in a happy relationship with the mother of his child, Irina Shayk.

That being said, how does she feel about shippers on social media begging her man and Lady Gaga to get married? Does she feel threatened at all?

After all, Gaga is single after breaking her engagement with Christian Carino, so she is free to try and steal her man from her!

But one source tells HollywoodLife that Irina is not affected by the shipping.

‘Irina is unaffected, she doesn’t pay attention to rumors and furthermore, she isn’t at all threatened by Bradly and Lady Gaga’s friendship or performance. No one should be offended for her, or feel sorry for her. It’s unnecessary because she doesn’t feel that way. She’s got every bit of Bradley’s heart and she knows it.’

She and Cooper also shared sweet moments at the Oscars.

The two posed for pics and held hands on the red carpet.

Regardless, when she just so happened to sit between her boyfriend and Gaga at the awards show, social media had a blast laughing at the situation and making it seem like she was too threatened to let the co-stars sit side by side.

She, once again, ignored all of that, the source explained.

‘Her attention is on her man and their little family. She is in a love bubble with Bradley so it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks. Now that all the award shows are done they can take a moment to breathe before he starts his next movie so she is just focused on enjoying that time with him and not paying attention to the chatter.’

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