Even George Clooney Has Ups and Downs in Love

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He may have twice carried the title of people’s Sexiest Man Alive, but even George Clooney can be unlucky in love.

“I’ve had some absolutely great relationships and some not so great relationships,” the star, 48, tells London’s Daily Mirror. “I’ve been in some relationships where I’ve felt terribly alone. Just because you’re with someone it doesn’t mean you’re incredibly happy and complete.”

source: people.com

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George Clooney to Host Barack Obama Fundraiser in Geneva

Fresh from the Venice Film Festival, George Clooney will appear Tuesday evening at a Barack Obama fundraiser in Geneva.

According to reports from Swiss news agency ATS, the Burn After Reading star and longtime Obama supporter hopes to increase Democratic coffers by nearly $1 million at the event, held for U.S. citizens living overseas. Read the rest of this entry »

Sarah Larson Is ‘Still Friends’ with George Clooney

Despite their breakup in May, Sarah Larson remains on good terms with George Clooney.

“George is a great guy, a wonderful person,” the former Fear Factor winner tells Britain’s Hello! magazine in what is billed as her first interview since she and the star split.

“I don’t regret spending time with him,” says Larson. “We still remain friends and have kept in touch. In fact, we spoke over the phone a couple of days ago.”

As for what she’s taken away from the one-year relationship, Larson says, “Most people know George has a great sense of humor and is an adept storyteller. But I will always love his extraordinary dance moves.”

Not that this meant – despite early speculation – that the two were destined to waltz down the aisle. “We were never engaged,” she says.

And as for her current relationship status, though single, Larson says, “I have two men in my life right now. They’re very dark and have lots of hair and weigh 15 lbs.”

That would be her two cats, Lippy and Animal.

George Clooney: Fabio Could ‘Probably’ Beat Me Up|Celebrity News

What do you do when Donald Trump pokes fun at your height and Fabio threatens to beat you up? If you’re George Clooney, you take it all in stride – and make a couple jokes, of course.

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The Michael Clayton star, 46, agreed to a good-natured Googling session in the April issue of Esquire magazine, and in it he’s asked about a laundry list of recent rumors about him – including his reported run-in with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter pitchman Fabio.

When asked about his alleged feud with Fabio last fall (in which the model said he could beat Clooney up), the actor responds, “Yeah, that’s probably true. He’s a big guy. There is a moment when you are actually in the argument and you’re thinking, ‘If I do get beaten down by Fabio, that will be far worse than the pain. I wouldn’t shake that.”

Also found in the magazine’s Web search:

• When Esquire discovers a Web site that calls Clooney “gay, gay, gay,” the good-natured actor quips, “No, I’m gay, gay. The third gay – that was pushing it.” Donald Trump’s recent “short guy” comments about Clooney. George, who is 5- feet 11-inches tall, responds, “I saw Donald Trump on Larry King and he was saying, ‘Clooney is a very short guy. I mean he’s a tiny guy.’ I’ve met Donald Trump once, and I was sitting at a table. He came over, shook my hand, and walked away. I guess I looked about three foot five sitting at that table.”

• They also surface a quote from Rupert Everett criticizing Clooney’s Ocean’s movies as a “cancer,” to which Clooney replies: “Where did that come from? You kind of go, Dude, weren’t you in Dunston Checks in?”

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