George Clooney has repeatedly said he simply doesn’t care whether people think he’s gay or not because his personal life is only his to discuss – and he’d rather not do that. His sister, Adelia Zeidler, is taking a stand for him and denying all rumors on the topic.In a very rare interview, Adelia, or Ada for short, laughs off reports that her famous younger brother isn’t getting married because he’s only with women for show, because he’s really gay, the Daily Mail reports.
She explains that the reason why Clooney, Hollywood’s most eligible bachelor, is still unmarried is much simpler than that: faced with a choice between a family life and a career, he opted for the latter and never looked back.
“Yes that’s quite ridiculous, we don’t even listen when people say things like that anymore. I think he decided that in his life he could have the career or he could have a family and so when he decided to go full bore into the acting, that was where his focus was going to be,” Ada says.
She notes that George would switch girlfriends almost like socks back in high school as well, but she adds that the breakups were never nasty: romances lived out their course and the two would simply break up, no drama, no tears, no anything.
As for George’s current lady love, Stacy Keibler, Ada believes that she’s not “the one” either, not because there’s something wrong with her but because her brother will never be married again.
“No I would say he probably will not get married. If I had to guess I would have to say no. I know everyone says ‘well Warren Beatty said he’d never get married and then he met Annette Bening’ but you know that’s the only example people can think of, so it doesn’t bode too well,” Ada explains.
“If he was going to get married he would want to be a husband and be somebody who would be there, who would have the time and the ability to focus on the family and the wife and the home and all of that,” she continues.
George is in the wrong line of work for that, his sister points out, which explains why most celebrity marriages don’t work or only do for the briefest instant.