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You’re gonna Luuurrrrve This

George Clooney was featured in Men & Movies about a couple of years ago and I found the feature one of the best I’ve seen so far!Mainly because it doesn’t tell the same old story. For example, the story about George gifting his then girlfriend Kelly Preston (around ’89) with a potbellied pig called Max had been run to death in papers, television features and online along with the pictures of the couple posing with the piglet for People Magazine (will post them soon!).But the little story behind why George Clooney felt compelled to get a pig had never been mentioned! Me for one, was second guessing that it was probably some sort of fad at that time or that George had seen pigs in their farms in Kentucky and always wanted one or that his stupid bimbo of a girlfriend (yeah, Kelly Preston was once a bimbo. Once a bimbo always a bimbo) probably squealed at a pig one time saying “Awww…..pigs are sooo cuuuuuuuteee! I want one!” and made an awful lot of PDA chewing George’s ear in the public, etc. that he felt he’d remain romantically challenged if he didn’t buy her a bloody pig! Well, those were just a few of my guesses. But in this feature, they have a snippet of an interview where George explains why he got the pig! No, he didn’t walk into a pig store and get a pig! They had a little pig scene in one of his early TV shows Roseanne and George just felt the instant connection! And HE DID NOT BUY IT FOR THE BIMBO !! This just makes me so much happier! And he also says on the interview how Max once saved him from the earthquake! I miss Max 😦 Well there are loads of other interesting parts too. Watch it up!

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