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On a recent episode of the "SmartLess" podcast, Bradley Cooper recounted some hardships he's endured in Hollywood.


“And I remember I was like, I f*cking hate this business,” Bradley Cooper said to hosts Will Arnett, Sean Hayes, and Jason Bateman.

The nine-time Oscar nominee shared that not everyone has been so supportive throughout his career.

At an Oscars party in the past, a director approached Cooper, telling him that another actor deserves more recognition than him.

“What world are we living in where you have seven nominations, and she’s only got three?” Cooper recalled the director saying.

Cooper told the podcast hosts,

“I’m like, ‘Bro, why are you such an *sshole.’ I would never f*cking forget that. Go f*ck yourself.”

Cooper also rehashed a 2011 Oscars party, in which an actress told him he deserved the nomination, but should not win for his performance in "Silver Linings Playbook."

“I was like, ‘What? I’m sorry, what?’ ‘The nom.’ Then like 10 or 20 minutes later – I’m not kidding – I passed her going to the bathroom and she mouths it, ‘The nom.’ Meaning like, ‘Don’t win.'”

Cooper is not letting the haters get him down. He's currently directing, producing, and starring in “Maestro,” a Leonard Bernstein biopic, set to be released in 2023.

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