The Bradley Cooper Doppleganger Released A Video Of Him Wooing Fans At Sundance Film Festival

Last week, we brought you the story about a man who received the royal treatment at the Sundance Film Festival in Salt Lake City last weekend after tricking droves of people into believing he was Bradley Cooper. It was and is impossible for me to imagine a scenario where the guy didn’t get laid out the deal. My imagination doesn’t quite dive to that depth of insanity.

Well, the dude has an identical twin. So if you’re scoring at home, Bradley Cooer has an unrelated twin who has a related identical twin. So, by means of the transitive property (If A=B and B=C, then A must equal C), then there are scientifically three fucking Bradley Cooper’s running around being all good-looking and eating up all the va jay jay.

Bros at the Barca game! #twins #travel

A photo posted by Cradley Boopers (@katztwins) on

Matching shirts.

Don’t quite know how I feel about that.

Anyway, one of the twins uploaded a video compiling all his experiences with his fans over the Sundance Film Festival weekend–the largest, most-esteemed independent film festival in the United States.

As Some Entertainment points out, in the video he includes instructions that were given by Vanity Fair on how to most accurately impersonate Bradley Cooper.

My favorite parts:

-Adoring fan: “I loved you since Alias!”
Cradley Booper: “Ha Ya!” *No fucking idea what she’s talking about

-Cradley Booper looked genuinely uninterested in the entire experience. I would say the dude was playing the mystical, illusive celeb act but the dude looked like he would rather be home giving it a tug to Jennifer Lawrence in Silver Linings Playbook.

-I had to take a shower after I watched what went on in the below GIF. Booper leaving her out to dry like that is criminal.

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