George Clooney: Stacy Keibler 'Can Kick My Ass'

November 17, 2011 By:
George Clooney: Stacy Keibler 'Can Kick My Ass'

If anyone can get George Clooney to say "I do", it just might be Stacy Keibler. By putting him in a submission hold.

Stacy Keibler, who used to be a wrestler for the WWE, might be intimidating to some men. "She's very tall," Clooney said of his flavor-of-the-month. "She can kick my ass."

It's okay, George. You could've taken Elisabetta Canalis. Clooney walked with Keibler on the red carpet, further solidifying the fact that these two are full on, balls out dating. He kissed her hand. He looked at her. She met his parents. It was a far cry from past red carpets, when Keibler tried her best to make it look like "I really am dating George Clooney" while he ditched her for photogs. In fact, she might have actually kicked his ass.

Clooney says she would own him in a wrestling match, too: "She can take me two out of three falls."

But for once, George has something pleasant to say about his latest love, calling her a "nice girl." "She really is."

Clooney is a two-time winner of People's Sexiest Man Alive, but he lost to Bradley Cooper this year. But he thinks someone else was robbed of the title—his Ides of March costar, Ryan Gosling. I concur.

Clooney joked:

"He really wants it. He's been saying…the whole time we were on the set of Ides, he was like, 'How did you pull that off?' So I called up Brad Pitt and we worked with him for weeks on the walk…we told him how to train…everything."

And Gosling has nothing but praise for his costar, too:

"Watching him work was like watching a unicorn being born every day."

Actually, I'm not sure if that's praise. That sounds painful.

"It was great to work with a director like George," Gosling continued. "Who is as clear as he is, who knows exactly what he wants. Sometimes it feels like someone trying to explain a song that's in their head."

Clooney's latest flick, The Descendants, is currently out in theaters. Based on the novel by Kaui Hart Hemmings, the author specifically named George Clooney when asked who she invisioned for the role.

"I am flattered by that—or insulted by it—I’m not quite sure,” Clooney said. The flick follows the story of a workaholic lawyer who has to figure out how to be a good parent after his wife ends up in a coma after a boating accident.