George Clooney Says Amal Left Him Hanging When He Proposed
Most women wouldn’t have to think about it if GEORGE CLOONEY proposed to them. But AMAL ALAMUDDIN apparently isn’t most women.
In an interview with “CBS This Morning”, George says he “dropped it on her” when he proposed, quote, “We’d never talked about it . . . there wasn’t like a, ‘Maybe we should get married’ [conversation].”
What he did was he got down on one knee. He says, quote, “I asked her, and she just kept saying, ‘Oh my, God,’ and ‘Wow,’ and we just sat there. And finally, I just said, ‘Listen, I’m 53, I’ve been on my knee for about 28 minutes so I gotta get an answer out of this because I’m gonna throw a hip out! I might not be able to stand back up.'”
Beyoncé Emptied an Expensive Bottle of Champagne Into a Hot Tub for a Music Video, and People Are Upset
NICKI MINAJ and BEYONCÉ have released a new video for “Feeling Myself” on Tidal . . . and there’s a picture going around from the filming, where Beyoncé empties an expensive bottle of champagne into a hot tub.
It’s a bottle of Armand de Brignac, a.k.a. ‘Ace of Spades’ . . . and a single bottle could cost anywhere from $300 to HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of dollars. It’s unclear how expensive the one in the video is, but people freaked out online about it, saying things like: Quote, “Beyoncé, pouring my college tuition fees into a hot tub”, and, quote, “Even just $1,000 could have completely changed someone’s life, like someone finally being able to eat lunch. So seeing her pour out a $20,000 bottle into a pool is a slap in the face.”
For what it’s worth, Jay Z owns that champagne, so it’s likely nobody paid for it. After all, if publicity is what they were looking for, it’s clearly working.
KFC Is Bringing Back Colonel Sanders
KFC just announced they’re bringing back Colonel Sanders.
He’ll be in their new TV commercials starting Monday, in honor of KFC’s 75th anniversary. The original Colonel Sanders wasn’t a character, he was a real businessman named Harland Sanders, and he started Kentucky Fried Chicken. Unfortunately he died in 1980.
So for the new ad campaign, he’ll be played by Darrell Hammond from “Saturday Night Live”. He’s the guy who does Bill Clinton, and Sean Connery in the ‘Celebrity Jeopardy’ skits with Will Ferrell.