Today in celebrity gossip: Bradley Cooper causes quite the commotion at a cycling class, Ashley Judd is getting a divorce, and a cherished old TV star has been gay all these years.
If certain witnesses and onlookers are to be believed, the sight of a shirtless Bradley Cooper at an indoor cycling class in New York recently caused quite the commotion. Cooper showed up at SoulCycle in Tribeca yesterday for an early morning class, trying to remain discreet as possible. He was being demure in a long-sleeved T-shirt for most of the time, but eventually even he could not resist his own sexiness potential. And so he "ripped off his shirt" near the end of the class, causing fellow class members to go berserk. "Girls were literally falling off their bikes," a source told Page Six. Literally falling off their bikes! So Bradley Cooper shirtless and sweaty is a safety hazard. Luckily the class was almost over. Had he been shirtless for more time, the windows might have shattered and women could have literally exploded. After the class, some women did approach him and say hi, and Cooper supposedly "shook their hands and even congratulated the girls on a great class." We have to assume that he was safely be-shirted at this point, as any woman getting that close to a shirtless Bradley Cooper and receiving a compliment from him would have caused a sex tornado off the Fujita scale. And I think we would have heard something about a sex tornado ravaging lower Manhattan yesterday. So yeah, that's what happened. It was pretty serious, but it could have been a lot worse. Be careful out there folks. If Ryan Gosling shows up to your Pilates class, best to back away slowly with eyes covered. I know you want to see it, but you also really, really don't. [Page Six]
Actress and activist Ashley Judd and her husband of eleven years, race car driver Dario Franchitti, have announced that they are separating. They say the decision is mutual and that they still love each other. So, I guess that means that Judd will no longer be hanging around the racetracks, which ought to make some racing fans quite happy. Yeah, some folks did not like her hanging around the supposed sport, uppity liberal rich lady that she is. Which, ugh, whatever. Ashley Judd has never seemed like the nicest or warmest person in the world, but she was definitely super supportive of her husband's rather silly career, which is respectable. And he of hers! But now it's over. It's sad, I'm sure, but what can you do. Maybe this frees Judd up to run for senate, as has been whispered about. That ought to make some awful people thrilled. [People]