Okay, now she's just rubbing it in our faces. Stacy Keibler announced via Twitter that she and George Clooney are "in love," writing: "You know it's love when your boyfriend has elbow surgery 2 days ago and takes you to a Ravens game," Keibler tweeted. "Especially when he's a Bengals fan."
Woah, there, Keibler. First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes George Clooney running down the street as far away from you as possible. Take heed, sister.
In addition to her wrestling career, Keibler used to be a cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens. George had his right arm in a sling at Sunday's game. He was photographed with former Ravens player Jonathan Ogden, who tweeted his pic with the actor.
So what's with the arm brace? Clooney is reportedly recovering after undergoing elbow surgery last week.
As for Stacy's gushy tweets, Clooney recently told Rolling Stone, he doesn’t really mind it.
"She can do whatever she wants," George said. "I rarely tell anybody what they should be doing with their life."
Meanwhile, Clooney's latest flick, The Descendants, had a pretty strong box office debut, raking in an impressive $1.2 million after opening in 29 theaters over the weekend. It's impressive considering it was a limited release. It averaged $42,150 per theater.
Sheila DeLoach, the VP of Fox Searchlight, the distributor behind The Descendants, explained the interest:
"The positive reviews have certainly sparked the interest of the sophisticated adult audience, which is why they came out in droves this weekend," she said. Well, that and, George Clooney is in it.
"I think their reaction was, 'We've finally got a good picture we can go see,' DeLoach explained. "It's a quality adult film and there really hasn't been anything like that in a dismal fall."
Meanwhile, Clooney is allegedly in the running to play Steve Jobs in a biopic Sony Pictures is set to start shooting next year. The story will focus on Steve's life until his death from pancreatic cancer at age 56.
Clooney is reportedly up against his old ER costar, Noah Wyle, for the role. Noah has visited with Jobs in the past, once invited to dinner by the Apple icon.
"He took his napkin and started sketching out the schematics and he passed the napkin around the table," Noah said in an interview with Fortune magazine.
"The check soon came and we started to get up the leave – and the napkin just sat there on the table," he continued. "I thought to myself, 'I got to take that napkin' and my hand was on it, but Steve called from the door and asked, ‘Noah, you want to share a cab with me?’ So I put the napkin down. I could have had an Edison original."