A V.P. is born.
SiriusXM host Howard Stern has said throughout the week that he is going to run for president in 2024. On Wednesday, the 68-year-old broadcaster announced that Grammy winning actor Bradley Cooper will be his running mate.
“He said it’s done,” Stern claimed. “He wants it and he’s going to be my vice president.”
According to Stern, he texted Cooper about his executive ambitions while the Oscar-nominated actor was shooting “Maestro” in which he plays composer Leonard Bernstein. Stern claimed Cooper responded immediately Wednesday morning while sitting in a makeup chair. The movie has reportedly been filming in New York City and Massachusetts. Stern cited Cooper’s “fantastic face” as a big asset in the pair’s unlikely campaign.
“This guy is going to bring in the female vote like you won’t believe,” he said. “Because you know women ain’t going to vote for me.”