Amal And George Clooney Get Into Some PDA Action At The Tomorrowland Premiere

May 10, 2015 / Posted by:

In this case “PDA” stands for Public Display of AnnoyinglyChoreographedAffection.

George Clooney isn’t done trying to make us all believe that he loves Amal more than he loves himself. (Side note: If your gutter brain read that as “loves anal more than he loves himself,” you probably shrugged, said “I already knew that” and kept it moving.) At the premiere of Tomorrowland (which sadly isn’t a riveting biopic about the Tomorrowland Terrace Band) at Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA yesterday, George continued to slobber at the mouth hole about how he worships Amal Clooney the same way I worship my bong. While talking to People about his wife, George spilled out some shit that Jerry Maguire would say and I kept waiting for him to say, “Amal completes me.”

“All I know is that it sort of changed everything in terms of what I thought my future – my personal future – was going to be. But I’ve always been an optimist about the world. I wasn’t always completely optimistic about how it was going to work out personally for me. But now I am.”

George didn’t stop there. While posing with Amal, who wore a high school drill team uniform, and her niece, George grabbed her hand and dry kissed it in front of the paps. If Amal wasn’t wearing sunglasses, you would clearly see the look of pure disgust on her face. I mean, that’s not how they rehearsed it. George was supposed to rip open his shirt revealing his “I Heart Amal” chest tattoo before dropping to his knees to make out with her hand as assistants wheeled in the yellow leather couch he’d later jump on. That’s how it was supposed to go down. Amal did not spend an entire afternoon rehearsing their PDA stunt just so George could half ass it with a tiny little hand kiss.

And here’s more of George, who looks like the face of my Sunday hangover, and Amal as well as pictures of all the bright shining stars (Ashley Tisdale and some Dancing with the Has-Beens dancers) who came out for the premiere yesterday.

Pics: Splash, Getty,

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