The internet speculations about the momentary scene between Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk in a spat has another story.
This Sunday, the internet went into a frenzy once more to speculate about what went down between Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk.
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The Oscar winning actor and world renowned model were both in attendance of the Wimbledon Men’s Final between Andy Murray and Milos Raonic. The couple started dating earlier this year and there have been speculations about their relationship.
It all came in full fledged accusations when the camera turned towards the couple after a point. Irina seemed to be wiping away a tear out of her eye. Bradley in the meantime looked like he was looking at her with an “I don’t know what I did?” kind of a look.
He smiled and looked back at the court from then on. It was momentary and it passed quickly. However, it was not quick enough for the internet that went into speculations over Twitter about what had Bradley said or did to make Irina cry.
Many said that the camera witnessed a lover’s spat and some tabloids even started saying that their relationship is overshadowed by Bradley’s ex-girlfriend.
While people are going crazy over these rumors, the truth is simple and different altogether. While many sources close to the couple sternly said that the couple was not fighting, no one explained what was actually happening.
The events later came to light that Irina’s tears were a result of her allergies. She was tearing because of her pollen allergy. Another woman in the shot can be seen wiping her eyes the same way Irina is.
As for Bradley looking her way, he was actually looking across her. Former tennis player, Stefan Edberg was sitting next to Irina and Bradley was busy listening to Stefan talk when the camera turned their way. Since Edberg was nowhere to be seen in the shot, it seemed like Bradley was given Irina a stern look.
The couple were all smiles for the rest of the match and cheered on the players. Once again the internet has proven that it will believe anything without proof.