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Tuesday, 11 September 2012

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Most Hollywood tabloids agree that Stacy Keibler has the best looking legs in all of Tinsel Town. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

BEVERLY HILLS - George Clooney broke up with Italian model Elisabetta Canalis because she wanted to have half a dozen children and he didn't.

Canalis also wanted for Clooney to leave the Hollywood limelight and move to her native Italy where they could live happily ever after on an olive farm.

The iRumors Entertainment News Agency is reporting that Elisabetta has been making overtures trying to get in contact with George and tell him that she is fine with not having babies or living on an olive farm.

When Clooney's present girlfriend, the stunningly alluring Stacy Keibler, heard about Canalis's remarks she fired off an email telling the Italian beauty that if she comes anywhere near her Georgy, she will pick her up and body slam her six or seven times.

The 5-foot-10-inch tall Stacy, who was a professional wrestler, says that she has already gotten Paris Hilton in a scissor hold and Katy Perry in a head lock for simply daring to touch Clooney's cheek.

SIDENOTE: When iRumors reporter Vodka Vermicelli spoke with Clooney and asked him for a comment he simply grinned and said "No one better mess with Stacy because she will surely show them the hurt she can inflict with those gorgeously sexy 42-inch legs."

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