Bradley Cooper didn’t get a nomination for the Oscar’s “Best Director” category.
Bradley Cooper and Oprah taped an interview for her “Super Soul Conversations” TV special that will air February 16th on her OWN network. That’s when Bradley revealed that he actually felt embarrassment after finding out he did not get nominated for the “Best Director” category for his latest film, A Star Is Born.
The film earned itself eight Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, but Bradley Cooper was snubbed in the Best Director Category.
“The first thing I felt was embarrassment, actually,” Cooper told Oprah Winfrey. “I felt embarrassed that I didn’t do my part.”
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