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Hangin' With Mr. Bradley Cooper

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Ever wished you could take a celebrity and bring them everywhere with you? Well according to New Jersey resident Danielle Davies you can!

Davies carries around a life-size cardboard cut-out of Bradley Cooper everywhere she goes. This idea stemmed from a play she did with the cut-out of "Bradley Cooper" at her college, Villanova. This has been going on since April and video of her with Mr. Cooper has recently gone viral. She posts pictures frequently on the internet of her daily routines with this life size cut-out.

Davies spoke about how her passion and dedication to her writing started this crazy notion.

"This wasn't supposed to have a life of it's own. It started because I was working on a book about my journey from there to here and it's a great juxtaposition because he's so wildly successful and I'm home in New Jersey and it's great, it's fabulous but I'm not Bradley Cooper! So it was a great story, I'm a writer of my trade. I took the pictures as just another element of the story-telling and they have blown up and gone on," She said.

She went on to explain how pictures of her and the cardboard cut-out of Bradley Cooper have become so popular on her social media accounts.

"Just last Friday morning, I think I had 217 followers. We have been doing it for about a month and a half and you know, all my friends and I are all laughing, I mean it's just funny, I hope...we will see. And then all of a sudden I'm playing barbies on the floor with my daughter and my phone just went crazy!" She said.

Davies instagram account sky-rocketed to 10,000 followers since last week due to this hobby of hers. Despite her new-found popularity online, her intentions have stayed the same ever since the beginning! She hopes to simply just keep going on with writing her book, get a publisher, and continue with her writing career.

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