George Clooney Did NOT Make Amal Hire A Stylist, Despite Report

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George Amal Clooney Stylist

By Shari Weiss

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George Amal Clooney Stylist

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George Clooney did NOT make Amal hire a stylist, despite a claim from one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the story.

The rumor comes from OK!, the same magazine that Gossip Cop busted in January when it alleged the Clooneys had a “sham marriage,” and again in April when the tabloid claimed that Amal was pregnant. The outlet has no credibility when it comes to the couple, and clearly knows very little about their life. Which is why this latest tale is especially funny.

According to OK!, Amal is “ready to up her street style game,” and has “hired a covert glam team to upgrade her everyday look.” The outlet claims it was “George’s suggestion,” and “Amal agreed to get a little help.” A so-called “insider” for OK! cruelly says Amal “can be a hot mess” when “left to her own devices,” but now supposedly has “an ex-Vogue staffer as a style and media consultant.”

What’s particularly amusing is that OK! tries to twist a recent comment George made about Amal’s style being “eccentric,” while entirely leaving out the rest of his statement. In context, it was clear to apparently everyone but the tabloid that George was actually GUSHING about his wife’s innate fashion sense. He said to “Entertainment Tonight” a MONTH ago, “It’s amazing. She’s always since the day I met her had this insanely — it’s eccentric, but it’s fun — sense of fashion. It has been sort of fascinating to watch and see, because she has such great taste.”

That hardly sounds like a man who believes his wife is need of style help from a professional. The truth of the matter is, OK! has proven time and again to have poor sources when it comes to the Clooneys (and many, many, many other celebrities), so it apparently tried to pull a fast one on readers by sensationalizing one word of a rather glowing interview (video below). In any case, Gossip Cop still looked into the magazine’s “stylist” allegations, and we were told they are untrue.

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