Updated: Monday, 04 February 2013 04:00 | By Bang

Bradley Cooper's 'crazy' life

Bradley Cooper thinks his life is getting ''crazier''.


Bradley Cooper's life is getting 'crazier and crazier' but he is trying to enjoy every moment during the run up to the Oscars where he is nominated for Best Actor

Bradley Cooper's life is getting 'crazier and crazier' but he is trying to enjoy every moment during the run up to the Oscars where he is nominated for Best Actor

Bradley Cooper thinks his life is getting ''crazier''.

The 'Silver Linings Playbook' actor - who is nominated for a Best Actor Oscar - admits he just trying to enjoy living in the moment during the run up to the prestigious awards ceremony on February 24.

He told People.com: ''It just gets crazier and crazier.''

The 38-year-old heartthrob also insisted that he isn't heartbroken after allegedly being dumped by model Laura Simpson recently because he was obsessed by her feet, and that he was only in contact with her through his co-star Jennifer Lawrence.

He said: ''It's been quite a week. Apparently I'm shirtless while Soul Cycling and then high-flying after being heart-broken by a model who I send pictures of my feet, or she sends pictures of her feet to me. It's just unbelievable.

''She is a friend of Jen's and we'd done the app Draw Something. We did a couple of Draw Somethings, a half a year ago, that's it.''

Bradley recently insisted that despite his celebrity status, he lives a very ''normal'' life and still enjoys the same pastimes he did before finding fame.

He said: ''One of the things I love doing is to go to a theatre and watch a movie by myself. My life's very normal.''

The actor participated in a talk with military veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Centre in Washington on Thursday (31.01.13) and was overwhelmed by the response he received.

He said: ''A lot of vets have reached out saying they can really identify with Pat Solitano (his 'Silver Linings Playbook' character). So we screened the movie last night - we thought 50 people would attend, and there were 200! We spent three hours there talking with them.

''We made this movie knowing it was personal for [director] David [O. Russell], but it's also become personal for so many people who have watched the movie.''

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