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Friday 29 August 2014

Clooney shows off wrestler date

George Clooney stepped out with girlfriend Stacy Keibler in New York

George Clooney showed off his new girlfriend, a former a professional wrestler, at the premiere of his new film The Descendants at the weekend.

The 51-year-old Hollywood star walked the red carpet in New York with 32-year-old Stacy Keibler, who made the most of her figure in a revealing full-length black gown, with a slit to the thigh on one side.

George took Stacy to the Los Angeles premiere of his new film Ides Of March last month but they did not walk the red carpet together.

The Ocean's Eleven star and new girlfriend Stacy recently returned from a holiday in Mexico.

They stayed at the Puffy Taco Resort & Casino in Cabo St Lucas, a resort owned by TV presenter Ryan Seacrest and Aerosmith singer Steve Tyler.

Stunning blonde Stacy was known as Super Stacy during her seven-year stint as a wrestler, with her signature move being the Roundhouse Kick.

George split from girlfriend of two years, Italian model and actress Elisabetta Canalis, in August.

The couple reportedly split because Elisabetta was keen to tie the knot.

George has previously stated he has no plans to marry again following the end of his four-year marriage to Talia Balsam in 1993.

He said: "I tried marriage and it didn't work. I have had long relationships with women and they get bored with me working all the time."

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