Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk are keen to put their relationship behind them and are ‘ready to start dating others’ according to US reports.
It may be only weeks into the single life since Cooper and Shayk decided to go their separate ways after four years, but they reportedly are not keen for the grass to grow under their feet,
Us Magazine has said that the pair are ‘looking to meet new people’, with an insider saying they both “want to date” and are not shy about who knows this.
Cooper, 44, had become ’emotionally detached’ from Shayk while filmed and promoted A Star Is Born, striking up a ‘special friendship’ with co-star Lady Gaga in the process.
It was the closeness of this friendship that led to tense times with 33-year-old Russian supermodel Shayk.
An intimate performance at the Oscars between Cooper and Gaga was reportedly a particular low-point for Shayk, before she decided that enough is enough.
They have split amicably for the sake of their two-year-old daughter Lea De Seine, with Shayk still living in Cooper’s Los Angeles home with their child.
The break-up had been “coming for a while” according to the source but they are looking to agree a deal in which they have 50/50 custody of their daughter.
The source said they have full intentions to share 50/50 custody of the little girl.
Moreover, they have a nanny as well, considering both parties have tremendously busy careers. They’re coordinating to make sure that at least one of them is with the child at all times.
With custody plans heading in the right direction, getting out on the dating scene is growing in priority.
Speculation about Cooper and Gaga has been rife, with the Paprazzi singer splitting from her fiancee Christian Carino just weeks before Cooper became a singleton again.
Gaga is reportedly ‘devastated’ that she has been implicated in the splitting up of Cooper and Shayk, so it remains to be seen if she will be looking to make her friendship with Cooper, even more ‘special’ than it is now.
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