Bradley Cooper and Ellen DeGeneres are the comedy duo we never knew we needed!

During his The Ellen Show appearance, Bradley Cooper played a round of Ellen’s Burning Questions with the host and comedienne, who asked him where he keeps his Grammy award.


The always-charming Cooper paused for a moment before responding, “Oh, uhhh...bookshelf! I was like, ‘Grammy, what are you talking about?’ I thought it was a joke!”

The Ellen Show

Also making her talk show rounds is Gina Rodriguez, who visited Jimmy Kimmel Live! and dished on her teenage years.

“I used to drag race in Chicago ... my [car] and my mother’s. She had a Volvo. Volvos are fast, y’all!”

Jimmy Kimmel Live!

And Rodriguez wasn’t the only talk show guest to dish on her youthful rebellion this week! Also appearing on Ellen’s Burning Questions was this weekend’s Saturday Night Live host Adam Sandler, whose story wasn’t quite as lawless as Rodriguez’s:

“I put Sun-In in my hair.”

“That’s not rebellious!” quipped DeGeneres.

“I thought it was.”

The Ellen Show

Sandler eventually comes through with the scoop, not hesitating when Ellen asks who is the bigger diva between David Spade and Chris Rock!

“That’s funny. You know it’s Spade.”

And who is the better kisser between Jennifer Aniston and Drew Barrymore?

“That’s a tough one. This can only break hearts, this answer, so I’m gonna have to go with Chris Rock.”

At least we can always count on Ellen to try!

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