QVC Summit Sees Bradley Cooper Handing Out Philadelphia Cheesesteaks in Las Vegas


Bradley Cooper
Image via Martha Stewart, Instagram.
Martha Stewart snagged a picture of Bradley Cooper in his chef gear while at the QVC summit.

The West Coast got a taste of the East Coast last week at QVC’s Age of Possibility summit in Las Vegas.

Angelo’s Pizzeria owner Danny DiGiampietro and Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper brought their food truck to the event to serve up Philly cheesesteaks to the stars, writes Antonia DeBianchi for People.

Danny and Coops Cheesesteaks opened in December and traveled around the country with proceeds going to charity.

At the West Chester company’s event, some popular people lined up to get a bite of Philadelphia culture. Cooper served Donna Kelce, mom to Travis and Jason Kelce, cookbook author Martha Stewart, and even his own mother, Gloria Campano, who was first in line.

“Trav told me you were going to be here,” said Kelce in a viral video while Cooper handed her a plate.

The Quintessential 50 summit was created to honor a group of 50 “authentic and inspiring female celebrities, activists, business leaders, and lifestyle experts who exemplify the possibilities of life over 50.” 

Kelce and Stewart were among the honorees.

Read more about the famous people checking out Danny and Coops Cheesesteaks at People.


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