Looks like George Clooney owes Michelle Pfeiffer a lot of money. The 52-year-old actor — Hollywood’s most determined bachelor, famous for a litany of fleeting loves — has taken himself off the romantic market, even though he once bet Pfeiffer $100,000 that he’d never marry again. Clooney recently proposed to 36-year-old international law attorney Amal Alamuddin — despite repeated protestations that marriage wasn’t for him. Here’s a partial list of loves Clooney left behind:
v Talia Balsam, married from 1989 to 1993: The 55-year-old actress is now married to actor-director John Slattery of “Mad Men” fame.
v Lucy Liu, dated in the early 2000s: The 45-year-old “Elementary” star was linked to Clooney in 2000 and photographed kissing him in 2006.
v Lisa Snowdon, dated in the early 2000s: A British TV personality and fashion model, the 41-year-old Snowdon made headlines for her five-year, on-and-off relationship with Clooney on both sides of the Atlantic.
v Elisabetta Canalis, dated 2009 to 2011: The 35-year-old Italian TV personality went onto become a “Dancing With the Stars” contestant in the United States after she and Clooney ended their two-year romance.
v Stacy Keibler, dated from 2011 to 2013: A former professional wrestler, Keibler, 34, was Clooney’s companion at countless Hollywood events during their two-year relationship. She is married to entrepreneur Jared Pobre and expecting her first child.
“Suburgatory” (8:30 p.m., ABC): Why does this not surprise us? Air-headed Dalia (Carly Chaikin) is rejected by the only college to which she applied. Now, her mom (Cheryl Hines) is determined to help Dalia find her true calling.
The Vic to stage Oscar Wilde play
Oscar Wilde’s “Lady Windermere’s Fan” opens Friday at The Victorian Players, 702 Mahoning Ave., and runs for three weekends, closing May 18.
“Lady Windermere’s Fan” was first produced in 1892 and was Wilde’s first great stage success.
“Lady Windermere’s Fan” has been deemed a clever and witty social tragicomedy melodrama.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $9 for seniors and students. A Mother’s Day special is May 11 when mothers have free admission.
Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays. No show on May 10.
For reservations, call 330-746-5455.
Free concert set at Westminster
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.
Westminster College Department of Music will present its annual new music concert, “Voices from Within 5,” at 3 p.m. Saturday in Will W. Orr Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public.
The concert will feature performances of several compositions by Westminster students and faculty.
The concert is composed of 10 original works for groups ranging in size from single solo artists to small ensembles.