What's it like to date George Clooney? Predictable, says Millionaire Matchmaker's Patti Stanger.
"Every two to three years, you get a parting gift and you're out the door," the love guru spills to OK! Magazine about the A-lister's latest split from Elisabetta Canalis. "He's textbook. He is so driven by one negative experience that he made a self-conscious decision never to be married, never to fall in love too deep, and until he un-programs his self-conscious, he will live the example of what he believes."
That doesn't sound too promising, but then again, Patti's not one to sugarcoat things. She believes the 50-year-old's divorce from Talia Balsam in 1993 after four years of marriage left him as damaged goods. "I think his heart was broken. When your heart is broken, you make a lot of decisions in that time," she continues. "Until he gets help, he's going to stay that way. He will be 90 years old in a nursing home and nobody cares he was an action star at one point."
Well, unless the serial dater takes a cue from Michael Douglas. "When you look at Michael Douglas, who had a sexual problem – sleeping with too many women – he found true love, he got cancer, and she's at his beck and call. He's got family and friends around him," our professional cupid explains. “He made a good decision on that part."
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Patti Stanger Dissects George Clooney's 'Textbook' Split
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