The good thing about being a celebrity and a tennis fan is that you get sweet seats for the Wimbledon final. The camera is watching you like a hawk the whole time. During the Wimbledon 2016 final on Sunday, this mildly frosty-looking interaction between Bradley Cooper and girlfriend Irina Shayk was picked up on and found its way to Twitter (where it promptly got retweeted over 5,000 times). Then again, there's only so much you can tell from a seven-second clip in which you can't hear what either of the two subjects are saying -- it's always possible that Shayk didn't hear Cooper over the noise of the crowd, or that she was distracted or something. Either way, the two definitely looked happy enough when Cumberbatch and his wife Sophie Hunter popped up.
A Tory MP has agreed to apologise for posting a tweet in which he said Jeremy Corbyn had passed British secrets to a spy from communist Czechoslovakia. Ben Bradley will also donate an undisclosed sum to a charity supported by the Labour leader and has agreed not to repeat the allegation, Labour said. He has agreed to say that the tweet he posted "was wholly untrue and false". Labour had said a Sun story about Mr Corbyn having contact with a Czech spy in the 1980s "were absurd". A spokesman denied that Mr Corbyn ever acted as a collaborator or agent of the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia.
Sir Bradley Wiggins refused to confirm whether he plans to retire after winning the Ghent Six Day event alongside fellow Briton Mark Cavendish. Wiggins, 36, had hinted the race in the city of his birth could be his last, but afterwards said he was "not sure yet" what his plans are. "I don't know, I've still got really good legs," he said. "This might not be my last race. This for sure is my last ever race with Mark Cavendish, though."
Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Oct. 28 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Bradley Cooper brought a special someone with him to a weekend event. The 44-year-old actor and director made a very rare public appearance with his 2-year-old daughter, Lea De Seine, on Sunday at the 22nd annual Mark Twain Prize for American Humor event in Washington, D.C. For the outing, Cooper wore a black suit with a white button-down shirt, while Lea wore a patterned shirt paired with a black skirt, white tights and a blue vest.