Irina Shayk Posts Sexy, Scenic Snap Following Split From Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper and Irina Shayk

Now, in the wake of Cooper's split from Shayk after four years together, is the "Born This Way" singer is addressing the drama?

Cooper and his "A Star Is Born" co-actor Lady Gaga sparked romance rumours after their chemistry-filled performance of "Shallow" at the Oscars that same month, but the singer slammed down any such speculation on the 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' show. People reports that Cooper was "emotionally absent" during the film's production and even though he did his best to slow things down after last year's awards season, the two just couldn't make it work. Be kind or f*** off'. "They tried to save the relationship but it had changed", People quoted an entertainment source as saying. The supermodel and the Oscar victor started dating in 2015, and welcomed their daughter Lea De Seine in March 2017.

The Yemanzhelinsk, Russia native and Limitless actor were able to maintain privacy amid the troubled times, the source told the publication.

The newly single supermodel has been on the move since her breakup, and has been sharing a few photos along the way.

"It's not looking like there's much long left for the two of them together".

Neither party have commented on the demise of their relationship, but fans are basically convinced that Lady Gaga was the cause of the schism. "And guess what? That's what we wanted you to see".

The source asserted that since the two always kept their relationship out of the spotlight, not a lot of people knew that they were having troubles. 'It's a nonissue for her.

Gaga split from her fiance Christian Carino in February, with the break-up announced shortly before her and Cooper's duet at the Oscars.

Bradley and Irina are said to be working out the terms of their split, with the actor likely to let Irina keep his Los Angeles home as "her place in the West Village is too small at this point for a child".

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