However, none of these nominations have led to an award yet, with Paul Giamatti's performance in it Retainers beating out Bradley in the Best Actor category at the Critics' Choice Awards on Sunday night.
Before that, Bradley lost out on this year's Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture Drama — and his reaction to the loss It did not go unnoticed By viewers.
This year also marked the ninth time Bradley has been nominated for a Golden Globe in the past 11 years, none of which he won.
So, it's fair to assume that the Golden Globes may be a sore spot for the Hollywood star, and Rob Lowe has now revealed that he accidentally poured salt in Bradley's wound after a post-ceremony text message blunder.
During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Earlier this week, Rob shared his excitement over his former co-star Robert Downey Jr. winning the Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe for his performance in the film Oppenheimer.
Detailing his epic blunder, Rob continued: “Downey gave this amazing acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, and I'm so excited for him. So I texted him: 'So glad you won, that's the most beautiful acceptance speech I've heard in a long time.' Boy, you deserve it. I hit him and realized… Oh my god, I just sent that to Bradley Cooper…who didn't win.”
“Does he think you're just crazy?!” Jamie asked, and Rob shared Bradley's very sweet response.
“He literally said, 'No, no, no, it's okay, I like to live vicariously through mistakes,'” Rob explained, and Bradley seemed more than happy to pretend, if only for a moment, that he actually won the award and that Rob's messages were meant for him.
But while Bradley was able to overlook Rob's mistakes like a pro, many couldn't help but feel sorry for him.
Although Bradley didn't win a Golden Globe or Critics' Choice Award this month, he still has a chance to take home a SAG Award, a BAFTA, and possibly an Oscar for his film. Artist, band leader performance.
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