We always knew George Clooney was a silver fox sex god. What we didn’t know was that it dated all the way back to grade school. The hunky star tells the latest issue of Rolling Stone that he lost his virginity at 16, which he called “young, very young, too young.” But the most WTF big reveal from the Cloon are details about his first orgasm. “I believe it was while climbing a rope when I was six or seven years old,” he told RS. “I mean, nothing came out, but all the other elements were there. I remember getting to the top of the rope, hanging off the rope, and going, ‘Oh, my God, this feels great!’” I was going to make a joke like “Oh, to be that rope!” … then I remembered he was only in the first grade when this happened. [Rolling Stone]
George Clooney isn’t the only star to make revealing (and somewhat squicky) comments about their earliest sexual fumblings. After the jump, 15 more celebs dish on when and how they lost their virginity. Keep reading »
“[George Clooney was] the person who valued my feminine side the most. … He has been a special for me, and very important, just as a father would be. … Between us there was more of a father-daughter relationship. I was unable to clarify this up ’til now.”
– Elisabetta Canalis talks about her relationship with George Clooney in a forthcoming book “about love” written by an Italian journalist. People has some excerpts from the book, including the interesting nugget quoted above. I’m not quite sure I understand. So, Elisabetta and George’s relationship was more paternalistic than romantic? Or both? I hope they were able to put aside the father-daughter stuff during sex because eww.
Anyway, find out what Elisabetta had to say about rumors that she and George broke up because she wanted kids and marriage, after the jump… Keep reading »
Last week, Marisa Tomei squealed that she went skinny dipping at George Clooney‘s house in Lake Como. She even implied that her “Ides of March” co-star Evan Rachel Wood had stripped down to splash about with her. “George kind of … I don’t know if he set us up but he certainly set us up really well if that’s what he was doing. We wound up all skinny dipping. Let’s cut to the chase,” she told Conan O’Brien.
Now George has put his two cents in on the matter.
“It’s a tradition at my house,” he said. Hmm, so who else has skinny dipped there?
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George Clooney and Ryan Gosling put on their fanciest suits and cutest grins for last night’s premiere of “Ides of March,” but I believe there were less friendly feelings afoot. Above, The Gosling pranks the notorious jokester by doodling a mustache on his side of their movie poster. Keep clicking to see how I imagine this went over with Clooney — and whether they worked it out in the end.
“Sorry I can’t be there. I’m in China, funding a satellite to keep an eye on a few war criminals. I’m actually spying on you right now … I hope you enjoy the film. If you do, I wrote and directed it. If you don’t, Aaron Sorkin wrote it … You’ll also note how handsome Ryan Gosling is. But I’m told he won’t age well. One can only hope.”
—George Clooney‘s opening remarks at a VIP screening of “Ides of March.” Because he couldn’t be there, George wrote this speech and asked Brian Williams to read it. Ha ha. Sounds like George might be feeling a little competitive with The Gos, no? [NY Post]
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