George Clooney was Neil Diamond's singing partner Saturday Night, even if George did not want to be. Diamond sang his classic "Sweet Caroline" for those in attendance at the 6th annual Carousel of Hope Ball in Los Angeles for Diabetic Awareness.
The video above is very cool and could George sing it any cooler? Loving his expressions. Check out the clip above.-DocFB
Diagnosis: All for Diabetic Awareness. Thank you George and Neil!
With the lovely Stacy Kiebler at his side, George Clooney attended the 26th Anniversary Carousel Of Hope fund raiser for Diabetes where he was honored with the Brass Ring Award for his humanitarian causes.
Stars that were there to raise diabetic awareness and honor George were Carmen Electra, Shirley MacClaine, Jane Fonda, Jennie Garth, Daisy Fuentes, Babyface, and Joan Collins.
Barbara Davis hosted and Jay Leno MC'd the event.
All proceeds from The Carousel of Hope benefit the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes (BDC).
They have raised $75 million dollars for diabetic awareness and trying to find a cure. 35 years and $75 million dollars? That is nothing to sneeze at but...I wish it was more.
Coming from someone who suffers from diabetes and is dealing with some crazy foot pain for the past several months, I wish there was a cure. I wish more people were aware of it and how its effects. Since it is mostly internal, there is no way for people to understand the pain that comes with it, the sudden loss of energy, the constant bathroom breaks needed. It is frustrating. I wish they could do even more. I would LOVE to help with that as well.DocFB
Diagnosis: Thank you George and others who put their heart into causes such as this....
George Clooney was on Rock Center with Brian Williams talking about "The Descendants" and "The Ides Of March" along with collecting Oscar Awards.
George also talked about his passion and his need for privacy. It is nice to see George in this setting and not on a talk show where he has to make jokes every few minutes.
He is well dressed and articulate and seems to let his guard down somewhat. Straight up, Clooney has style for days.-DocFB
Diagnosis: All this and Stacy Kiebler too! Blessed man.
Alex Rodriguez took his girfriend former WWE Diva wrestler Tori Wilson to the Laker game last night with Cindy Crawford and her husband Randee Gerber.
A-Rod's pal George Clooney is also dating a former WWE Diva wrestler, Stacy Keibler. It appears that A-Rod and Tori were hooked up via Stacy sometime during the holiday season.
A-Rod seems happy. Wouldn't you be though with a former WWE Diva and Playboy cover girl?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Oh yea, the Lakers won.....
The Febuarary cover is all sorts of hotness as Daniel Craig, George Clooney, and Matt Damon are all on the cover.
The shot was taken by famous photographer Annie Leibowitz and features what Vanity Fair feels is Hollywood's top leading actors.
That really is some cover. Hmm. After Lindsay Lohan's Playboy shoot, print media is getting a small shot in the arm with this cover.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Who would you want to be?
George Clooney will be on the cover of the January issue of Esquire Magazine talking about his millions, a killer script, and his clout.
George sat down with Esquire recently and shared his money tips:
“I didn't put money in the stock market. To me that's like Vegas without the dancing girls — none of the fun, no gambling or dancing or drinking — and you don't get to participate. So I paid off my house in cash when I could. It's about having a foundation for when things go bad. I still have that mentality. When things go badly, I'll have this piece of land I can sell first, and then I have this piece of land I can sell second. You always think that way.”
The Cloonsteer also discusses his need for a killer script:
“Good storytelling sets you up. There's a scene at the end of Michael Clayton where I get into the car and say, "Just drive." It's a close-up of me and we're driving. Everybody really loves that scene because it just stays on me the whole time. And people ask, ‘What was going through your head’ The truth of the matter is if you showed that scene at the beginning of the movie, people would say, ‘I'm bored out of my mind.’ So that shows you that it's not the actor that's doing that — it's the story that led to that and got you there. The trick as an actor is not to sell it. Let the story do the work.”
George as well talked about his Hollywood power:
"I have a real interest in pushing some of the limits of things that studios don't want to make. Because I can. I won't be able to at some point in the near future. But right now I can, and while I can, I want to do it. So when you're eighty years old and they ask you what you did, you can go, ‘When I had the keys to the car, I drove it as fast as I could and as hard as I could. I took it to places that the owner didn't really want me to take it.’ That's a fun thing to do. Understanding that at some point they're going to come back and repossess the car. I don't mind that. I just want to be able to say we gave it a shot when we had the time.”
Sounds cool to us. What do you think?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Hope I look that good at 50
"Modern Family" took in some major awards last night, winning best comedy and also best writing and Eric Stonestreet won best supporting actor even though 2 other cast members were nominated in the same category.
They even had a skit of an executive trying to make a great show even better, by adding Stewie from "Family Guy" and Sofia Vergara in 3-D.
None were a big hit....til George Clooney was brought in. Check out what happens above!-Dr.FB