According to this week’s tabloids, George Clooney is trying to remake himself to appear younger next to wife Amal Clooney. He is also reportedly keen to rehab his playboy image ahead of a political career.
OK! Magazine claims: “George Clooney fears he looks so old next to his new bride Amal that he wants to iron out some of his wrinkles.” OK! adds that George is considering some treatments, “He’s told friends that he is considering getting Botox and some face fillers. He’s even contemplating coloring his signature salt-and-pepper hair to make it a little less gray.”
Insiders reveal: “Secretly, he’s not all confidence he is willing to do whatever it takes to turn back the clock… at least for a while.” Although his reps deny the story.
Hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler roasted George at the Golden Globes this weekend. Tina said: “George Clooney married Amal Alamuddin this year. Amal is a human rights lawyer who worked on the Enron case, was an adviser to Kofi Annan regarding Syria, and was selected to a three-person U.N. commission investigating rules of war violations in the Gaza Strip. So tonight, her husband is getting a lifetime achievement award.” Incidentally, George wore his wedding tuxedo to the Globes because he didn’t see the need to buy another suit.
In other news, sources tell the National Enquirer George is using Amal’s connections to start a political career.
An insider said President Barack Obama is “desperate” to get George on side. “George and Barack are a lot closer than people think. Rarely a week goes by they don’t talk,” claimed the source. “Barack totally respects George and thinks he has a brilliant political mind, so he and Michelle have invited George and Amal for dinner at the White House.”
“Michelle [Obama] thinks Amal is adorable, and Barack was impressed, too,” continued the source. “Now, with a savvy wife at his side, George is a serious contender as a candidate!”
Another source told Life & Style, shortly after the wedding, “The Democrats are looking for the perfect successor to [current governor Jerry Brown], and George is interested… They are thrilled George is going to be married, because they think a married George will be taken a whole lot more seriously than perpetual-bachelor George.”