CABO SAN LUCAS, Mexico - The stunningly attractive, 5-foot-10-inch tall Stacy Keibler and her older, good-looking boyfriend George Clooney managed to get away from the hustle and bustle of Tinsel Town for a few days.
They flew down to Mexico, where they stayed at the exquisitely luxurious Whole Enchilada Hotel & Spa.
The couple has stated that they truly enjoy going into the Pesos & Besos Cantina located in the Hotel and listening to the best piano player in the entire Republic of Mexico, Manolo "El Ivory Tickler" Telemundo, Jr.
Manny, as Stacy calls him, first began playing the piano at the tender age of 11 months. His mother Magenta Carmelita Telemundo, who worked as a candy stuffer in a piñata factory in Tijuana, said that the very first song that little Manolito learned to play was "Eleanor Rigby" by the Beatles.
She said that the second song was "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy" by The Ohio Express.
Stacy, 33, and George, 51, were asked by Polo Del Matador, a reporter for The Cabo San Lucas Morning Olé News if he could interview them.
George said sure. Del Matador asked if the two ever planned on making a motion picture together. George smiled as he took a drink from his bottle of Dos Equis.
He then said that just last week he and Stacy had been approached by noted film director Bandini Borrapelli about appearing as the leads in the romantic-spy thriller, The Binders of Franklin Maroonfetti.
Stacy was then asked about the rumor that she would like to go into politics. She giggled, brushed her hair away from her face, and replied that she has always loved the political arena ever since she was 8½.
She then told Mr. Del Matador that she was going to give him a news scoop. The reporter got a smile on his face that could light up the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.
Stacy said that President Obama has told her that when he is re-elected that he is going to make her the American ambassador to Italy.
He told her that since her boyfriend Jorge, as the president calls Clooney, has a luxurious villa on Italy's Lake Como it would be perfect.
Lake Como was named after the famous Italian-American crooner Perry Como who had a hit in 1969, with the song "Seattle" and then in 1970, with the follow up song "Spokane."
The president said that he will set up the American embassy two miles from Clooney's Villa Oleandra Oxen Free in the town of Cernobbio.
A Friendly Reminder. October 29, is National Hula Hoop Day, except in Florida, where it was outlawed in 1993, due to a rash of senior citizen hip injuries.