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Bradley Cooper has said that he did not want to win the Oscar he was nominated for at last month's Academy Awards.

Cooper was up for the 'Best Actor' accolade for his role in Silver Linings Playbook, but has said that winning an award no longer matters to him following his father's death, Metro reports.

In an interview with GQ magazine, Cooper reflected on the loss of his father two years ago and added that he will not "sweat s**t" about awards after he witnessed his dad's final moments.

"Death became very real. And very tangible. Because my father - someone who had been in my life for 36 years is just f**king gone," Cooper said.

"I watched him dying and I was there by his bed watching him, breathing with him, and then I saw his last breath and he was gone.

"I experienced the whole thing. And »


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