In the movie Silver Linings Playbook, Bradley Cooper played a man whose family was uncomfortably obsessed with the Philadelphia Eagles. It turns out that his character's "motivation" came from a very real place — Cooper was at the Super Bowl, clad in Eagles gear, having the time of his life.
Cooper had a classy seat in the owner's box, but it didn't stop him from going wild for every big play:
His expressions were priceless:
Twitter users couldn't get enough Cooper:
The actor goes deep into his characters...
i feel like if bradley cooper attends an eagles game he should be wearing the black trash bag— K.Flay (@kflay) February 5, 2018
And the Super Bowl isn't the only sporting mega event Cooper has attended recently:
If you can't handle me at my Bradley Cooper screaming for the Eagles at the Super Bowl you don't deserve me at my Bradley Cooper politely cheering Roger Federer at Wimbledon— Jeremy Gordon (@jeremypgordon) February 5, 2018
When the Eagles finally claimed victory, the entire city of Philadelphia rejoiced. This, of course, includes Cooper, whose emotions were almost too much to handle. Congratulations on a well-earned victory, Philly!