George Clooney Planning 5 Birthday Parties With Male Friends Sans Amal Clooney
George Clooney will, allegedly, go all-out on his 60th birthday.
In its Jan. 4 issue, OK! magazine claimed that Clooney wants to ring in his birthday with at least five different celebrations across the globe.
A source claimed that Clooney will invite all his male friends to celebrate his birthday with him in Italy, the United Kingdom, Europe, Mexico, and the United States.
The Ocean’s Eleven actor will also have a simple party with his wife, Amal Clooney, and their kids at their house in Los Angeles.
But the actor’s other huge parties with his male friends won’t include his wife.
“George may be a devoted husband and father, but he still likes to tie one on with the guys when Amal isn’t looking,” the source said.
The Midnight Sky actor also made headlines this week after one tabloid suggested that he tested positive for COVID-19.
In this week’s issue, National Enquirer published a misleading headline about the dad of two.
The tabloid claimed that Clooney is facing a COVID-19 terror. And this suggests that he tested positive for the deadly virus.
But upon closer inspection, the tabloid’s story was focused on the actor’s 3-year-old son, Alexander, who has asthma.
During a recent interview, Clooney revealed that his son suffers from the illness. And even though they are always cautious, he knows that Alexander is at great risk.
An insider said that the couple is doing everything that they can to make sure that Alexander will always be healthy.
The A-listers have not been going out. And they just have their groceries delivered to their doorstep.
Clooney and his wife also contacted their friends in the medical field so that they could check on Alexander daily.
Meanwhile, the actor also made headlines recently after he came to Tom Cruise’s defense.
The Mission: Impossible star had a meltdown on set after seeing two crew members not following health guidelines.
Following the incident, Clooney said that he understands why Cruise reacted the way that he did.
After all, breaking the COVID-19 health protocols is a problem.
A source told Us Weekly that Clooney also defended Cruise because he’s empathetic to his plight.
The actor knows how much responsibility falls on the directing crew and lead cast members in situations like this.
If any of the crew members screw up, they could all lose their jobs.