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Posted in Brian Austin Green, Elisabetta Canalis, George Clooney, Megan Fox on September 27, 2010 by fadedblog

It was as union of power couples as Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green joined George Clooney and lady love Elisabetta Canalis at the Armani runway show in Milan, Italy today (September 27).

While gorgeous George and his model gal pal went basic in matching black, Megan sparkled in a silver blazer and matching shoes.

Megan is currently appearing in a series of ad campaigns for the fashion house.

Meanwhile, Megan recently made headlines when she insisted she loves being married.

“Getting married was the best thing I’ve ever done,” she said earlier this month. “I married my best friend. I’m so lucky to get to be with him every day, and he’s my protector. I feel so safe and happy and completed.”

The 24-year-old big screen beauty also said she enjoys helping Green raise his 8-year-old son Kassius.

“I’ve been a stepmother for six years and it’s amazing,” she said. “I really enjoy it. It’s a lot of work but I like it. It grounds me. I like being domestic. I would love to be a biological mommy some day. That would make me very happy.”



Posted in Elisabetta Canalis, George Clooney on August 29, 2010 by fadedblog

George Clooney was honored with the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at the 2010 Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (August 29).

After picking up the prize, the celebrity dogooder cuddled up beside his supportive girlfriend
Elisabetta Canalis as he rubbed elbows with fellow ceremony attendees.

Gorgeous George is the fourth person to be recognized with the honor.

The 49-year-old star ended his acceptance with a poignant call to action to keep the attention on the humanitarian crises that fade from the spotlight too soon.

It’s important to remember how much good can get done, because we live in such strange times where bad behavior sucks up all the attention and press. And the people who really need the spotlight: the Haitians, the Sudanese, people in the Gulf Coast.. Pakistan, they can’t get any.

I thought maybe there was a way to combine the two. I have offered to go to the south Sudan and have a wardrobe malfunction, but it was pointed out to me that I’m 49 and the consensus was that it would just be upsetting and kind of sad.

When the disaster happens, everybody wants to help, everybody in this room wants to help, everybody at home wants to help. The hard part is seven months later, five years later, when we’re on to a new story. Honestly, we fail at that, most of the time. That’s the facts. I fail at that.

So here’s hoping that some very bright person right here in the room or at home watching can help find a way to keep the spotlight burning on these heartbreaking situations that continue to be heartbreaking long after the cameras go away. That would be an impressive accomplishment. Thank you.