The longtime couple have been spotted working on their own projects in the recent months, with their busy schedules keeping them in separate parts of the world.The 52-year-old actor has been filming Rumors began swirling that the two had broken up after the 33-year-old beauty was seen hanging out sans Clooney on the Fourth of July at the De Leon Tequila party in Malibu.But according to eyewitnesses, it looks like Keibler is taking her newfound single status in stride. News that "Stacy was acting like she didn't have a care in the world," and that "she was having a very good time letting her hair hang loose.""She was definitely acting like a single lady," the source added.
In the 1940s and '50s, tickets to the ebullient, tune-filled musical comedies of MGM were almost like tickets to heaven.
To those millions of us who loved these movies, it is no exaggeration to say that the people who made them were our angels, and one of these people even looked like an angel.
George's life hasn't become any less complicated in the years since he became the first assembly line worker to be promoted to plant manager at a Los Angeles airplane parts factory.
This season, George and his crew host a very special guest at the plant, as the U. President arrives to drum up support amongst the Latino community.
Afterwards, George notices that Bush left his speech on the podium and impulsively takes it.
Meanwhile, Benny hesitates to tell George that she is dating a co-worker, the much younger Randy (recurring guest star NICK OFFERMAN).
“As our successful long-running franchises continue to be the driving force of the network, we are making a significant investment in growing our unique slate of quality original nonfiction programming,” said network EVP and GM David Mc Killop.
“These projects represent a small percentage of the new innovative formats that we hope will excite current A&E viewers and attract and engage new audiences.” Of the new series orders, (working title) reads like the biggest departure for the brand.
Although she teases George about his dysfunctional family, George’s devoted wife Angie makes a startling realization about her own relatives.
She also becomes a major breadwinner in the Lopez household, finding success as a cosmetics salesperson on commission.
But a tragedy could spell trouble for George's future at the factory.