Leonardo DiCaprio and Bradley Cooper Bring Their Moms to Golden Globes

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They are two superstars with their pick of the world's women, but Bradley Cooper and Leonardo DiCaprio decided to bring their mothers as dates to the Golden Globes on Sunday.

The scary thing is this move will only make them more desirable to the ladies, so well-played boys.

DiCaprio, 39, who took home a Globe for his work in "Wolf of Wall Street," opted to take mom Irmelin and leave his rumored girlfriend Victoria's Secret model Toni Garrn at home. If you are going to walk the red carpet with someone other than a model, your mom is a pretty darn good choice.

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Also celebrating the woman who raised him, Cooper, 39, brought Gloria, who he moved in with after the death of his father a few years back.

Cooper told Jay Leno last year that he didn't think twice about moving back in with mom when he lost his dad.

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"Where I'm from it's like there's no choice. I don't think it's weird," he said. "You know my dad died, and I come from an Italian neighborhood, and I couldn't do it any other way. I wouldn't even think of it."