Stacy Keibler claims she & George Clooney never, ever discussed marriage

The timing of Stacy Keibler and George Clooney’s breakup is particularly interesting because Stacy has really begun her promotional push for Supermarket Superstar, the Lifetime show which she’s hosting. Which means that just one week after their split was confirmed (mostly confirmed by Team Clooney), Stacy is already doing interviews about their breakup. Also notable: Stacy really sticks to the nondisclosure agreement as best she can. She already told Extra that “nothing really dramatic happened” and now she’s playing down the old-faithful reports that the breakup happened because she wanted marriage and he didn’t. Just FYI, the Clooney stuff happens in the first minute, you can ignore the rest:

When asked about the reports that they split because she wanted to get married and he didn’t, Stacy says: “Everyone that knows me thinks that is the funniest story because that is the last thing on my mind… I’m I think a little bit different than most woman out there. I don’t really think about that right now.” And when pressed further about marriage, she says: “We didn’t discuss that.” They were together for two years and they never discussed marriage at all, not even to dually disparage marriage? Either she’s lying, or she really got with the Clooney Program quickly.

Besides that, Stacy is 33 years old. She might not want to get married now or ever, and that’s her business and I’m not judging her either way. But it seems weird that she would say that she NEVER considered it or thought about it. I don’t want to get married either, but I’ve THOUGHT about it. I’ve considered it. At that age, you’ve thought about it and talked about it and actively game-planned for or against. Methinks she doth protest too much.

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  1. Ellen says:

    I don’t know, she could be saying that marriage isn’t something she wants, so she never thinks about it. And she was the smartest of George’s girlfriends on this issue, so I can believe that she got right with the Clooney program and never wavered.

  2. Micki says:

    Discussing marriage/babies with Clooney is a kiss of death.
    She took on first glance a lot from the relationship, which means for me she was smart enough to know that Clooney comes with expiring date.

    • Collar says:

      Except the very first release about the breakip was from her camp and it claimed she was moving on because she wants marriage and kids. Shes changing her PR approach. Wonder why.

    • Jen says:

      Clooney gave her the exposure she needed to get her own little reality going. What was she before Clooney, a wrestler?

    • Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

      You make a good point – I wonder WHY a celeb saying they never ever want kids would so damaging for their image – perhaps because of all the baby blogs, bump watch n stuff – it would be interesting if one actually did say this – like Jen Aniston or Cam Diaz. Are there ladies on here who don’t want kids and can say it like that?

      • Emily C. says:

        I don’t want children. The only place I know I can say that without expecting blowback is within my family or semi-anonymously on the internet. Doctors and nurses are very judgmental about it, and keep acting like I’m going to change my mind any day, though I’m 36 years old and have always known I do not want to have children.

      • Bridget says:

        Because the implication is that women who DO have children and are married aren’t going to want to buy stuff from some hussy that doesnt even want kids. The issue is who that celeb’s audience is: a Jen Aniston is making movies for women between 20-40 (and selling perfume, hair care, and water) and part of what she’s selling is her relatability. If she were to outright admit she has zero desire to have kids, she risks alienating that fanbase of women, who happen to represent a lot of buying power, and can view that kind of stance as a rejection of their own life choices. Ridiculous? Totally. Personally, I don’t care one way or the other.

  3. Miss M says:

    “But it seems weird that she would say that she NEVER considered it or thought about it. ”

    Lying. She has said in the past she saw herself married with kids. She should at least say that, at one point in her life, she considered. But her focus has changed overtime…

    She had a whole week to practice for her interviews. That’s probably why she was not tweeting… *cough*

  4. lisa2 says:

    Well what was there to discuss. He has said for years he didn’t want Marriage or children. So if that person you are with has made that clear..Well there is nothing to discuss.

    She is changing up her fashion. I think her biggest benefit from dating George is her access to good hair and makeup. That is gone now, but she probably learned a lot.

  5. DanaG says:

    Stacy is a liar a couple of years ago she was engaged to be married and she has said in previous interviews Pre George Clooney her dream was to get married and be a stay at home mom. Go check out her IMDB it’s on there. She probably knew there was no point talking about it with George because it was more a PR relationship then an actual love match. Stacy also told an interviewer she has never had botox. LOL

  6. Barrett says:

    Um why do tabloids make such a big deal of this George marriage question. Stacey may think what she thinks about marriage but keep it to herself. If you go into a relationship with an A list actor who doesn’t want marriage, you play the game with him, YOU don’t bring it up. You do your time with him for money, exposure, and opportunities and then you move on. Then if you want to Marry or don’t you pursue that on your own as you laugh your way to the bank!

  7. Carolyn says:

    Easy peasy….Stacey got with the Clooney program early, enjoyed a couple of fab years and NOW she’s wanting marriage and children. With someone else. She’ll find someone suitable rather quickly and due to a substantial $$ payout/hush money she has the financial freedom to do what she wants. Good luck to her.

  8. Kim1 says:

    Why would she discuss marriage and kids with Clooney she is well aware that he doesnt want either one?

  9. Talie says:

    I actually think she went into this very smartly and left better off than any other woman he has previously been with. She now has a job on a cable network, she’s got money, she’s got a nicer place to live than she started with, she’s got a good stylist now. I believe she and her team worked this well.

    • Ebbi says:

      I dont think she is smarter than the others.
      Actually Canalis is still working alot. She has a number of adv contracts, her commercials for major brands are still airing on European TV Channels. She has good relationships with fashion brands, she didnt need any styling support when he was with George, unlike Stacy, and she still doesnt because she talks directly to the maisons.
      I understand you dont see her in USA (good for you) but she is still all overexpecially in Italy.
      I cant stand her, but to be honest she had been in the business for almost a decade before meeting George, and she is still making good money now, in her own domestic market. I think she is just fine and all the drama related to her connection with George was intentional and gave her some more years of profitable business.

  10. Isabel says:

    So, my mom has thought for YEARS that George is gay and The Program is really a beard rotation. I used to vehemently disagree but as years have passed, well…I can’t shake it. Thoughts?

  11. Cody says:

    They never discussed marriage or children, because the whole couple thing was one big publicity stunt. If you look back at Stacy and George’s body language, it seemed to me they were going through the motion of trying to portray a happy couple.

  12. The Other Guest says:

    Stacy says its the last thing on her mind is marriage,but from her IMBD Personal Quote: “I would like to have a family someday, and I can’t wait to be a stay-at-home mom.” She needs to change that.

  13. MademoiselleRose says:

    I think she knew what she was getting into at the start and is reaping the benefits now. She’s never looked sad during or now, after. They both got what they wanted out of it. That’s my take on it.

    My partner was clear when we got together he didn’t want to get married and he didn’t want children. I took that into account when I decided to be with him. We’ve never discussed it since and we’ve been together 20 happy years now. It’s really easy not to discuss these things when you know where you stand right from the start.

    She probably thought two years wasn’t a big deal at her age. She still has time to get married and have kids if she wants to. Wouldn’t be surprised if she goes back to a former partner, she’s probably secretly been with someone the whole time.

    I didn’t ever see George looking gaga at her. He wasn’t invested. She just looked good on his arm at events, she signed up for that, knew the score and is reaping the rewards she fully expected to get. I think she’s a smart girl. I like her.

    • Emily C. says:

      ITA with everything you said.

      I don’t get why anyone is treating this as if it were a serious romantic relationship when the truth is so incredibly obvious. The false narrative that women must want traditional romantic love and babies and marriage is incredibly strong in our society, but I didn’t realize it was THIS strong.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      I agree with both of you ladies 100%.

      People act like she was crazy to get with Clooney, a notorious bachelor–I say, crazy like a fox.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I completely agree.

      “The false narrative that women must want traditional romantic love and babies and marriage is incredibly strong in our society, but I didn’t realize it was THIS strong.”

      Crazy, huh? The “I want marriage and babies” excuse was used for EVERY one of Clooney’s exes, yet to my knowledge none of them have actually married and had kids yet (except his ex-wife).

      I think the same excuse is used because they know society will gobble up the idea of woman demanding rings and procreation.

  14. Arabella says:

    Kaiser you never want to get married? Why not?

    I never want kids either and I’m 33. You can bet that I’ve thought a lot about it before coming to that conclusion.

  15. koala says:

    What a dumb c*nt. She’s a wrestler. Haha. Too weird.

  16. Emily C. says:

    She pretty obviously meant that she and George never discussed getting married. And of course they didn’t, what was there to discuss? It’s not like either of them ever thought this was more than a casual, close-ended relationship, with a 2-year maximum.

    The reason she sounds at all dodgy is that she’s not allowed to say “it was a contract”. When is someone going to ask HIM about it, by the way?

  17. truthful says:

    hmm, I don’t beleive her, I beleive HE did not bring it up but I beleive SHE wanted it.

    she almost, not quite, is starting to annoying me.

    her points of discussion are GC and Supermarket sweep or whatever..

    no causes, no wish for plum acting roles w/certain celebs, no funny moments in her life.


    WHO is next for GC???

  18. Eleonor says:

    Are you sure she is 33 and not 37?

  19. Leah K. says:

    Does anyone really believe this woman would not have married George Clooney if he wanted or asked?? If a handsome,charming filthy rich movie star asks to marry you,I don’t care how anti marriage you claim to be you’d change your mind…and quick.But I do think that all he wanted was a date for the award shows.I don’t even think it was a romantic relationship,just a business deal.Contract over,no hard feelings.

  20. Aqua says:

    It was a win win for both Stacy and George. This was just an arrangement and nothing more.She’s smart and knew that an opportunity like this would never happen again so why not make the most out of it.She got to travel to places,meet people and make some business/Hollywood connection she never would have had otherwise.Stacy just got the opportunity to design a swimsuit and active wear line so she’ll be more than alright now that it’s over.She’s set for life.

  21. homegrrl says:

    I’m actually really sad about the break up. She seems fun to party with, brat pack style. I bet she stayed up late and could handle drunken wrestling and dodging flying martini glasses.

    Now wtf will she do? I hope saves money for an education. Can you believe how smart these x Alist party chix could get with their golden parachutes? If it were me I’d go ivy league for at least a decade and retire in my fabulous library as a world class intellectual.

    I want to have an in depth “where are they now” with the x chix of famous hollywood a listers. Do they go the way of the meth addicts, or do they become intelligent well rounded human beings? I can’t wait for that after school special!!!

  22. QQ says:


  23. Aqua says:

    @ Magpie I don’t think it’s gonna happen because she’s a little bit older than his usual girlfriends.

  24. Claire says:

    Please George don’t recruit Eva – her use by date should have passed long ago!