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Sandra Bullock: 'I'll probably get married in Vegas!'

Published 09/11/2015

Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock
Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock has joked she might end up getting married in Las Vegas.

The actress hasn't remarried since her divorce from Jesse James in 2010 but is currently loved up with photographer boyfriend Bryan Randall. She's close friends with George Clooney, who used to be known as Hollywood's most eligible bachelor but surprised everyone when he tied the knot with wife Amal in 2014. It means Sandra now feels somewhat left behind and may have to resort to desperate measures.

"Clooney screwed me over a bit there!" she laughed, according to Germany's TV Movie magazine. "Now it's just me, standing there, waving a flag saying: 'You don't have to get married, people!' Maybe one day I'll just run off to Vegas and get hitched. That's the kind of thing I'd do."

Jesse's infidelity led to the couple's divorce and it was a tough time for Sandra, who had to deal with their marriage being scrutinised in the press. Now she's happy with Bryan and finally loving life.

"I had a pretty rough couple of years and found myself worrying about everything," she admitted. "Now I just want to have fun!"

But first and foremost comes the happiness of her adoptive son Louis.

"My love for him makes me happier than I've ever been," she gushed about Louis. "Can I share that with anyone else? I'm not sure, but I'm not ruling it out."

But despite that, it seems things with Bryan are going smoothly and the pair could well be on track for something serious.

“Sandra and Bryan have a very busy schedule, so the time they do have, they are with each other,” an insider previously told E! News. "They have discussed spending the rest of their life together, but taking day by day and just enjoying each other.”

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