George Clooney Finally Admits Why He's Still Single

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George ClooneyThe delectable George Clooney has finally let us into the reason behind his eternal singlehood. And, no, it's not because he's gay! C'mon, people, George loves the ladies. It's because 52-year-old George just hasn't met the right woman yet. I know. It seems like he's dated every woman 25 to 35 in Hollywood. But that doesn't mean he's met the right woman. Don't believe me? Just ask George. Asked who was the love of his life, picky ol' George replied: "I haven't met her yet." Daaang, George. That's because she probably hasn't been born yet. You'll be 80, she'll be 20. I know the drill.

George, I meet your type all the time. Guys like you grow out of the sidewalks here in New York City. Guys in their 50s or older who still haven't settled down because they haven't found "the one." You know why they haven't? Because she doesn't fucking exist.

George, you've dated a bevy of lovelies. A whole 18-wheeler trailer truck full. There was Stacy Keibler. Kelly Preston. Krista Allen. Renee Zellweger. Sarah Larson. Elisabetta Canalis. Need I go on?!

George, any one of these beautiful ladies would have been fine to settle down with. You just didn't want to do it. It's not that you haven't met the love of your life yet. It's that your standards are a tad unrealistic.

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Any woman -- any human being -- is going to have flaws. Like the fact that Renee's pinky toe was slightly longer than the fourth toe. Was that really worth breaking up over? Or the fact that Stacy Keibler once had an eyelash fall onto her cheek? It's just an eyelash, George. They grow back. It was really rude to accuse her of "falling apart" before your very eyes.

George went on to say that his first loves were Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly. So typical of guys like this to give their hearts to dead chicks.

I do, however, think George has overlooked his true love. She's been staring him right in the face all of these years. She can be found in any of George's house mirrors. She looks just like -- George!

Do you think George needs to just get over it and settle down?

 

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Lilit... Lilith.23

Pffffffffffouah obviously i mean all along I've been waiting for him in Canada.

I'm the one George, come settle down.

Coles... Coles_mom

He just hasn't met ME yet. :)

Nelli... NellieAthome

Ms Blakeley are you really as shallow as you sound?


People who "get over it" instead of looking for the right partner and "settle" are people who get divorced. Surprising fact as well, not everyone either wants or needs to be married....


Oh, and Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelley were not dead when George met them

nonmember avatar sandy

Frankly, I commend Mr. Clooney: He sounds genuinely honest, and he was (unnecessarily) generous to reveal where he stands on love and relationships. As a 50-year-old woman who feels about 30 and looks about 40, I have never married, despite three different relationships that each lasted between 5-10 years. Why? I think I desired marriage more than my boyfriends did, and/or I did or said something "wrong" just as they might have been ready. Now, at 50 and single for 10 years, I simply do not see any reason to settle for anything less than a truly divine intervention of love and partnership. George described his feelings of homesickness and what home means to him: i, too, view a "true love' as a home for my heart, a person who oozes ease and comfort and acceptance and loyalty and protectiveness and joy and fun and silliness. I want the whole package, I do, and it does not have to be wrapped as wonderfully as Mr. Clooney, but it does have to come with his integrity and self-awareness.

nonmember avatar Carrie

Your article was hilarious. I really enjoyed reading it. As for Mr. Clooney, I respect his choice to remain single. I despise the ones that marry and commit and continue to sleep around. Good for him!!

Lauren Wasinger

And a million women sigh amorously and say "He's looking for ME!!!" This is a great way to keep your female fan base begging for more...

nonmember avatar van

Has he looked for "the one" amongst women his own age?

nonmember avatar Belle

I think George is wonderful, and refreshingly honest. I am a 50's female and i conduct myself in the exact same manner regarding dating vs forever love.

My relationships have all failed, most because they did not want me, as much as they wanted what I had to offer. And that is not love...

Some people are so paranoid of being alone/unattached, that they will settle for a bad relationship, rather than none at all. George and I are at the opposite end of the relationship spectrum. We'd prefer no relationship at all, to a poor quality "fake" one...

People need to lighten up... Enter into a new relationship with no expectation and no agenda. Just let it be what it is meant to be, whether that's a temporary experience, or a lasting love.

If it ends, accept that, be happy and grateful for the learning experience--good or bad, and move on.

Carrie L Macon

George is brilliant and sexy and I think he needs to look for a woman outside of the business. They are still some of us out here that do not go after a man because of his money or his social standing. I'm still wondering why stacy keibler.

nonmember avatar the game

Haters gonna hate. via articles, apparently.

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