“You know, break-ups are difficult, but people, you know, we move on, go onto other things.” That she did.
And even five years later (and two more girlfriends for Clooney) she still gets the occasional spotting as the girl who used to date Tinseltown’s most famous bachelor. But it’s very rare that I come across it,” she said.
Apparently Sarah Larson, George Clooney’s latest cocktail waitress girlfriend, once drank a scorpion martini when she was a contestant on NBC’s Fear Factor.
Larson, who worked as a cocktail server at Whiskey, was dating someone else at the time.
Last June, when Clooney came to town for the "Ocean's" premiere, "he heard I was working at Moon," made contact at the nightclub, and "we hung out," she said. She and Clooney, who turns 47 on May 6, are heading for Italy soon, a trip that could help expand her modeling career in Europe.
"We'll be in Como, which isn't that far from Milano," she said, dropping a big hint after appearing in a fashion show that featured Emilio Pucci's spring collection at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Clooney has been supportive of her new career, she said.
They have strong opinions and a great deal of sound business judgment, which is always directed to practical uses.
The Good Men Project recently pondered, what’s a man without money? I’ve never been one to focus on money — my own or someone else’s — or see it as a path to happiness.If you research your personal relationships in depth, you will discover your very own Attraction and Intensity Scores that you feels comfortable to you.King of Diamonds are practical and know how to handle finances better than anyone else.Now that I’m at midlife, however, and helping to get two kids through college, hoping to retire one day, and dealing with the never-ending costs of living (my broken clavicle cost me of money, despite my health insurance, and my car appears to have an electrical problem, no doubt a pricey problem, that I need to deal with ASAP), I think about money a wee bit more.I still don’t equate it to whether I am happy or not (and never will), although I acknowledge money certainly makes things easier. I’ve had some amazing offers come in, including one modeling campaign that may bring me to England soon.