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Bradley Cooper, Irina Shayk

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Even though Bradley Cooper was spotted reconnecting with ex-girlfriend Suki Waterhouse during Coachella, it seems that he has moved on with Irina Shayk.

A source confirms to E! News that The Elephant Man actor and Cristiano Ronaldo's ex attended Broadway's Finding Neverland, which stars Glee alum Matthew Morrison, Wednesday night. This isn't the first time they've spent time together, either, as another insider dishes that they've been "hanging out."

The insider tells us that they were also spotted out last weekend with a group of friends and were "really enjoying each other's company" while dancing. "They have a lot of chemistry with each other," the source adds.

It isn't getting too serious...yet. It looks like Shayk and Cooper are "keeping things light" and "just having a great time," as they are both coming out of long-term relationships. Cooper and Waterhouse ended their relationship after about two years while Shayk and the soccer star called it quits after five.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Irina Shayk


As for why The Hangover star and his model girlfriend called it quits? They simply wanted different things in the future, E! News exclusively reported.

"She loves Bradley and he loves her," an insider revealed to us at the time. "But she's so young and wants to concentrate on her acting career before becoming a mom."

Ronaldo released a statement in January regarding their split, saying, "After dating for five years, my relationship with Irina Shayk has come to an end. We believed it would be best for both of us to take this step now."

He added: "I wish Irina the greatest happiness."

Shayk also released her own statement via her rep, addressing rumors that she had a falling out with the Real Madrid player's family. The statement read, "Irina has been close with his family throughout the course of their relationship. Any negative rumors with regards to Irina and the Ronaldo family are completely false and have not been a factor in the cause of the split."