Mar 07, 2014 08:04 PM EST | Shane Jordan
Former Batman George Clooney hasn't really been linked to one single woman since his split with ex-girlfriend, WWE wrestler Stacey Keibler, until now. The outspoken political activist showed up for the recent White House screening of his new movie Monument Men with none other than British bright bulb Amal Alamuddin in toe. Clooney and the famous attorney have been seen out and about together lately, fueling speculation that two aren't just casually dating.
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America's favorite Hollywood elitist George Clooney is finally over Stacey Keibler and his broken heart.
The 52-year-old sex symbol recently disappointed delusional women everywhere, when he showed up to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave hand in hand with 2013's Hottest London Female Barrister Amal Alamuddin for the screening of his new flick Monument Men.
Tough as nails 88-year-old WWII veteran Harry Ettinger was present for the Presidential screening and told People that Clooney's new girl sure was quite a looker:
"They were holding hands...[Amal] is a beautiful lady.
"I said to myself, 'George, you did a lot of good things and you sure know how to pick them!'"
But you shouldn't think that Clooney is into Alamuddin just for her looks; a friend of the leading man told In Touch that George likes his women to be brilliant:
"George has always loved smart women, though he doesn't always date them."
This time Clooney found a woman who truly has the brains to match her beauty.
Not only is Amal a likeminded activist who has served on U.N. numerous commissions, she has served as a personal adviser to former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan on the Syrian situation.
No wonder Clooney got rid of Stacey Keiber with her little effort to feed hungry American children (via Examiner):
"No children should grow up hungry in America, but 16 million kids, which is 1 in 5, in this nation struggle with hunger...I actually met someone from No Kid Hungry, and spoke to them about the charity and immediately wanted to get involved.
"Our goal is to hopefully raise one million dollars, and for every dollar raised, ten kids will get a meal. So if we meet these goals, then ten million children will get a healthy meal this season."
Just American kids Stacey? You should be ashamed of yourself.
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