On Tuesday night, December 11, Bradley Cooper was photographed in Tokyo, Japan, for the East Asia premiere of his well-loved film, A Star is Born. While the debut was uneventful, the actor was feeling extra chivalrous when he gave his coat to Japanese model Rola. Scroll through to get all the details.
Bradley did not disappoint when he showed up in a dapper ensemble. He kept things classy in a navy blue suit that he paired with a brown pea coat.
Being the gentleman that he is, after noticing that the supermodel was visibly cold, the American Sniper star shrugged off his jacket and placed it on Rola's shoulders.
The Japanese socialite seemed happy to be warm and grateful for Bradley's kindness.
While the actor's co-star, Lady Gaga, has made it a point to be at most of the premieres, it seems like the singer's schedule did not permit her to attend, as Bradley strutted the carpet alone.
A Star is Born is Bradley's directorial debut, so he must be very excited by the film's success. Last week, the 1950s remake was nominated for five Golden Globe awards and the song "Shallow" from the movie's soundtrack was nominated for four Grammys.
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