Sandra Bullock Comforts Renee Zellweger After Split

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Renee Zellweger turns to drag queens and gal pal Sandra Bullock to get over her recent break up.

While most girls seek comfort after a recent break up by burning anything and everything that reminds them of their ex or eating as much ice cream as they can, Renee Zellweger has proved once again that she isn't "most girls." Instead, the Bridget Jones's Diary star has spent her days post-split from Bradley Cooper partying with drag queens and hanging out with fellow singleton Sandra BullockRenée Zellweger And Bradley Cooper Break Up

"It's been a rough couple of days for Renee in New York, but rather than hide away from the world after nursing her heartache, she decided the best revenge was to dress up and paint the town red," a friend of the actress told PopEater.com.

The actress did just that Sunday night when she sang with drag queens from the cast of the Broadway musical, "Priscilla Queen of the Desert."

Renee's also seeking comfort in her friends. Although they have not been spotted together in the past, Renee recently visited Sandra's apartment in New York. Ironically, tabloids had been reporting that Bradley was having an affair with Sandra, who he costarred with in All About Steve.

"If anyone can cheer a person up after a bad breakup, it's Sandra," a friend of Renee's said. "I can't think of a better medicine than spending an hour or two with Sandy. Dating Tips for Sandra Bullock

And when she's not singing on stage and enjoying Sandra's company, Renee is trying to forget recent events by reading a romantic novel, The Social Animal.

Between partying, hanging out with fellow celebrities, reading, and well, being Renee Zellweger, we're sure the Cold Mountain star will forget all about her ex in no time, Hollywood hunk or not. 

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