This Woman Lives With a Cardboard Cutout of Bradley Cooper

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This, my friends, is a superfan.

Danielle Davies would love to live happily after with Bradley Cooper, but since she can't, she's decided to spend her time with a cardboard cutout instead.

To document their time together, the New Jersey resident launched a website called "My Life With Bradley Cooper" and an Instagram account with the same name as well, according to the New Jersey Star Ledger. On it, Danielle shows off of what they do together just about every day.

"Why? Because, friends, this is America. So why not?," she wrote on her website. "The fact is, while most of us don't actually live our lives with movie stars, many of us wish we did. If I want a life with Bradley Cooper, well, then...I'll just make one up." Fair enough.
Among many other things, Danielle took her faux Bradley on her training for a 10K. He also mows the lawn and plays with her kids from time to time all in a fabulous tux. "Here I am, attempting a room clean-up, and all these two do is play...unbelievable.," Danielle captioned one shot.

By the way, Danielle is married. On her website, she describes her real-life husband Ed as "possibly the most patient husband in the world and relatively uninterested participant in these photos." Her son, meanwhile, is completely over the whole Bradley Cooper cut-out obsession and her daughter thinks faux Brad is Mark Wahlberg.

Danielle actually met Bradley years ago when she was a student at Villanova University and they were in a play together. She told Today in an interview the pictures are a way for her to "poke fun at how I ended up where I am and how/why my one-time stage equal has gone on to become an Academy Award nominee."

Either way, we love it.

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