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Bradley Cooper and his mother fail hilariously as they 'try' to make a sweet Super Bowl commercial

Bradley Cooper's mother often accompanies him to major red-carpet events and people just couldn't get enough of the duo.

Bradley Cooper and his mother fail hilariously as they 'try' to make a sweet Super Bowl commercial
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Bradley Cooper starred in a hilarious T-Mobile Super Bowl commercial with his mom, Gloria Campano. During the ad, the Oscar nominee and his mother bicker and laugh. Cooper welcomes his mother to the store while posing as a T-Mobile employee, and the duo breaks character almost immediately, reports TODAY. Camano was not feeling Cooper's pink shirt and poked fun at it every time. "You look like a flamingo in this," said Campano, pointing at his shirt. Fans love this mom-and-son duo, and Campano has even accompanied Cooper to numerous major red-carpet events throughout his career. Even when he is not in the spotlight, his mother is always there for him.

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 24: Actor Bradley Cooper and mother Gloria Cooper arrive at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 24: Actor Bradley Cooper and their mother Gloria Cooper arrive at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013, in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

 

She also gives her son some helpful acting advice which he says he doesn't need. "I think I know what I'm doing," he says. "I've been nominated nine times." To this, she snarkily said, "Yeah, but you never won any." Agree or disagree, but they have the cutest relationship ever. Twitter user @CurticeRebecca tweeted, "Aww damn, nothing like your mom to keep you humble." Cooper also opened up about how careful he's had to be during the pandemic for his mom's sake. "I’m with my daughter and my mother and my two dogs, and we have not left the house,” said the 48-year-old actor to Anthony Ramos for Interview magazine.



 

 

Bradley Cooper has been the face of many meme-worthy moments during the Super Bowl. He is also an Eagles’ top A-list fan and has been an active participant in Super Bowl 2023 against the Kansas City Chiefs. Per NY Post, an avid Eagles supporter, Cooper grew up outside Philadelphia in Abington Township. The nine-time Oscar nominee starred in  “Silver Linings Playbook,” a play set in Philly that includes multiple game-day moments and he voiced an Eagles apology to Santa Claus in an ESPN advertisement for the snowball-throwing incident. Additionally, he has been spotted at Lincoln Financial field over the years, donning fashion pieces including an Allen Iverson shirt and vintage Eagles bomber jacket.



 

 

Cooper also narrated the Eagles’ pre-game introduction. “We sacrifice out of love,” he said in the video montage. “Love of our teammates, our coaches, our city.” He concluded: “Together, we’ve got one goal… bring that Lombardi Trophy back home.” Cooper is in attendance when his team is in the biggest game of them all, hyping up the fans, as usual. The Eagles fans are wild and they’re loud in the stadium and we're all here for it. 



 

 

Moreover, Campano's health has been Cooper's priority. “My mother is going to be 80, and she has a colostomy bag, so I can’t let anybody in the house," he said. "And I can’t leave the house, because if she gets it, it’s over." In 2011, the pair suffered the loss of the actor’s father, Charles Cooper, they’ve shared a home ever since. “I love having her,” he told Esquire after she moved into his Los Angeles home. “I wouldn’t have it any other way.” Cooper was there for his father during his final moments, and he held his dad in his arms as he took his last breath, as per TODAY. "It was instantaneous," he explained. "It wasn’t like, months later. It was like, his last exhale, and I was holding him, and it was like, everything changed."

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