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Movers & Shakers

by | 7th, March 2006

‘THE British were coming. But they were late. When the redtops did arrive at the Oscars, the prizes had been dished out, the gushing speeches made and the cleaners were busy mopping up the tears of joy and disappointment.

Is that a little man in your hand or are you just pleased to see us?

So much for the ceremony. What of the post-show dos? What about “The rude bits you didn’t see on the telly”? The Star’s front page promises much: “Madge’s lesbian romp; Clooney’s bonkathon; Keira’s night with Jack; Pammy’s mega-boob.”

Sounds good. So let us take a look. “No Guy needed,” says the Star as it leers at “saucy” Madonna setting tongues wagging as she hooked up with “her former lesbian lover” Ingrid Casares at the Vanity Fair do.

While Madonna’s muscles bulged suggestively as she and Casares danced, George Clooney was making his move on Krista Allen, who dated the Oscar-winner between 2002 and 2004.

The Star says that after picking up his best supporting actor award for the oil industry thriller Syriana, Clooney whisked the actress “straight” back to his Sherman Oaks home for a night of love.

How does the rich, handsome star do it, eh? Well, if you want to know how George manages to pull, then the Mirror offers an insider’s guide. The actor is said to have approached American TV reporter Guiliana de Pandi at the Governor’s Ball. A source says: “With his Oscar in his hand, he asked her: ‘Do you want to hold it?’ Then, with a glint in his eye, he added: ‘You can hold the Oscar too if you like.’”

Who needs looks and fame when you have a wit like that? George Clooney, that’s who.

In case you were wondering, this is the same Clooney the Star spotted partying at the Vanity Fair ball; the same George Clooney the Sun says “shunned” the after-show parties to get sozzled with his pals in a Dan Tana’s Italian eatery in West Hollywood.

“I’m going to meet by buddies,” said Clooney after the ceremony. “They’re with their wives – and I walk in with an Oscar. That’s the fun of it.” And, of course, there’s that bonkathon…’

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