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Cooper, Shayk ‘flirt at White House dinner’

Published 27/04/2015

Irina Shayk
Irina Shayk

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk were supposedly eyeballing each other at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner Saturday night.

The 40-year-old Academy Award-nominated actor and the 29-year-old Russian actress were spotted out enjoying a date with each other in New York City last week.

And during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, it’s claimed Bradley and Irina clearly appeared to be digging one another’s company.

According to Page Six, the glamorous stars rarely left each other’s sides.

“[They] stayed close all night on a patio at the French ambassador’s grand residence, standing in a small circle of friends,” the outlet writes.

But even though Bradley and Irina were seen together, the obvious flirts were allegedly kept to an absolute minimum.

Both superstars have recently broken up with their longtime partners, as Irina split with Portuguese soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo after five years of dating and Bradley called it quits with supermodel 23-year-old Suki Waterhouse after spending two years together.

Speculation is rife Irina and Bradley are very much taken by each other right now.

A source previously told Page Six they’d been “hanging out” for a week straight. However, the insider also noted their affair “is a friendly relationship — for the time being”. Apparently they have both known each other for a long time via mutual friends.

The alleged flirting between Bradley and Irina weren’t the only coquette exchanges taking place at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. According to sources, billionaire Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk kept hitting on supermodel Karlie Kloss all night. But his advances reportedly went nowhere, as Karlie has been in a relationship with Joshua Kushner for quite some time now.

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