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Bradley Cooper: Fluent in French on Europe 1!

Bradley Cooper: Fluent in French on Europe 1!

Bradley Cooper flashes a smile making his way out of the Plaza Athenee Hotel on Wednesday (November 30) in Paris, France.

The 36-year-old actor made sure to sign autographs and take pictures with awaiting fans before heading off to the Europe 1 radio station.

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Bradley is in town to promote the DVD release of The Hangover Part II and spoke fluently in French as he chatted about the film on the radio show – check out the video below!

FYI: Bradley is wearing a Superdry jacket.


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45 Responses to “Bradley Cooper: Fluent in French on Europe 1!”

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  1. 26
    loverducky Says:

    @Finanas:

    Totally. I don’t as well know the reputation of French people, as English around the world. But having just been in Europe, as an English speaker, with a bunch of other English speaker, you get the impression that even though they are the foreigners, they expect people to know their language, and can be rude about it as you say. Not that I was to make total generalizations, as there are, of course, exceptions.

  2. 27
    scully Says:

    hot.

  3. 28
    Teal Says:

    @shimmy: I have to say that when I was in Paris a couple of years ago, everyone was quite nice to me. Everyone in stores, the train station, at the sites etc
    Generally if you are a nice person to others they will respond similarly wherever you are. This is even if you do not speak the same language. I know it sounds cheesey, but everyone can read the vibe off a smile and kind intonation. Just some thoughts :)

  4. 29
    sneg Says:

    @Laurie:
    “- speaking other languages” So true!! I wonder why it is so hard for us!!! I’ve studied Latin, Swahili, a little Japanese and learned some French words in the past. To this day I can’t remember any of them!!! Maybe since I don’t use them regularly. But I am really impressed with his understanding and speaking French like that. In fact, I’m a little jealous!! LOL!!

  5. 30
    Nonmay Says:

    @Finanas or Bananas
    You are expected to speak French in France my dear. People who have a bad experience in France are usually rude or uneducated:)

  6. 31
    Nonmay Says:

    @Finanas or Bananas
    You are expected to speak French in France my dear. People who have a bad experience in France are usually rude or uneducated:)

  7. 32
    ethel Says:

    @Cece: I still don’t get it why americans make such a fuss over people who speaks another language besides their own, it isn’t big deal in Europe…

  8. 33
    Whatever Says:

    Hot & sexy!!! Physical attributes not the only gauge for being sexxy – not that he isn’t an eye candy!

  9. 34
    Paola Says:

    I personally do not care of him speaking in French and I truly don’t understand all this mess!WTF??yes, he’s gorgeous, talented etc..but who TH cares if he speaks French??Then, he always says that he’s half-Italian, he loves to cook thanks to his Italian grand-mother etc..and he continues speaking French??I’d prefer he stops saying that he’s half-Italian bl bla..because that’s not true!thanks

  10. 35
    mwannir Says:

    http://www.dshini.net/de/spage/dd7f9981-143d-b8a4-017e-6124dfa94912

  11. 36
    emma Says:

    Paola you are idiot! i’m Italian from my dad and live in France, I speak french and not italian, waht’s the problem?!

    Oh & French are nice, we respect people & try to speak english with the tourists…

    He’s cute but smart, funny and his little accent is the cutest, it’s not a big deal but it’s great to see a celb who speak French and do a itw in French. USA & the english is not the king in the world

  12. 37
    Finanas Says:

    Well for everyone who DIDN’T understand what I was saying… or missed something: I never said that you should speak English to French. I said quite the opposite… you shouldn’t be rude to the people of a country you’re visiting, especially if you don’t even make an effort of trying to speak their language.
    BTW I am French and this summer I was in France in a train. A couple of Americans were just in front of me. The woman asked me questions about stuffs in English. I didn’t really care but, the fact that I could possibly not speak/understand English didn’t even occurred to her (even if she was in the middle of France…)

  13. 38
    brenda Says:

    I dont find him attractive at all..he is not the sexiest man alive for sure…and Gosseling either..

  14. 39
    Bother Says:

    @Cece: Because English is the first language , and it’s way easier to learn than French ! And I’m french !

  15. 40
    I say Says:

    You rock Bradley Cooper!!!

  16. 41
    Mirbfs Says:

    @Nonmay: Est-ce que tu veux parler en français? Parce que si tu veux on peut parler comme ça

  17. 42
    Camille Says:

    Hi ,
    I have to say that it’s true , french people are not very good for foreign languages and you know why ? For us ( I’m French) learning french is as hard as you guys . And most of the time we don’t use the correct conjugation when we are speaking. there are so many tenses and it’s very difficult to learn them all and to use them correctly . But even if it’s hard you can learn a few words , which will be usefull if you come in France . I live in Paris and it happens that american people come to me in the street to ask me about a place or things like that , but I am very happy when they try (even one or two words ) to speak french and I tell them that I speak english so they are always relieved . But when someone come to me and talk to me in english just like if I was supposed to speak I don’t appreciate it at all and I never answer because i think this is rude . I mean , every time I’m in N-Y or in a place in USA I ask questions in English because I’m not sur that people speak French . And , yes , it is possible that people don’t speak English , this is not something appoling .

  18. 43
    Paola Says:

    @emma: I just wanted to say that if he were a real half-Italian,he’d have learnt Italian for first and French after it!!

  19. 44
    Angelo Says:

    there must be something wrong about his being Italian..He spent some months in France for learning the language and he actually speaks it fluently but he says “it’s a pity..I haven’t been able to learn/speak Italian”..WTF??He should consider that being Italian is not only cooking maccheroni,pasta,ravioli etc…on the contrary there’s something more behind it. And the Italian culture is not after/less important than the French one. I personally don’t like his behavior..But I often realise that the 90% of the Italian-Americans DO NOT speak Italian which is absolutely ridiculous. I’m not saying that they should speak it fluently, some sentences could be enough..Italy is not only pizza,pasta etc..but there’s much more starting from our culture,art and history.

  20. 45
    Birba Says:

    Madonna, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are always like: I’M ITALIAN, MY MUM/FATHER/GRANDFATHER ‘s Italian but they all speak French!!!!This is so stupid. That’s why I don’t think they’re real Italians. That’s all.

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