Time for the "Heat index" now. Some George Clooney news overnight. "People" magazine confirms Clooney and his fiancee Amal alamuddin acquired their marriage license in London. They announced their... See More
Time for the "Heat index" now. Some George Clooney news overnight. "People" magazine confirms Clooney and his fiancee Amal alamuddin acquired their marriage license in London. They announced their plans posted outside Chelsea old town hall recently and hear that the couple may wed in Italy in September. Of course, George Clooney has a villa near lake como. So lots going on there. I guess apparently it's law. Everyone has to publicly display their wedding announcement or their license. It wasn't just for George Clooney. All right. Coming up next in the "Heat index." Naomi Watts is on the cover of "Town and country's" September issue and revealed she stayed away from plastic surgery and says she feels victorious of steering clear of nips and tucks in an industry where there is so much pressure to look a certain way. The star did not get her big break until he was in her 30s and since learned instead of trying to prove yourself you should just be you and Watts at mids she struggles sometimes. There are days when plastic surgery does sound a bit tempting and fair to say she's gorgeous. She's in her 40s, right? She looks beautiful and hasn't hurt her career. She's doing great stuff. Put a little nice continental accent on that victorious. In her 30s, that gives everybody hope. She's 45 and looks fabulous. Wonderful. She does. Also in our "Heat index" a story that's got a lot of people talking. A-level CEO stepping down to spend more time with his three kids. His name is max schireson and he's the chief executive of a billion dollar database company and he blogged about his decision in a post entitled "Why I'm leaving the best job I ever had" saying resigned because he missed out on a lot of important family events instead traveling between his home in California and his office in New York. Unlike female CEOs who might face questions about balancing home and work he said nobody ever asked him about his other jobs being a dad own a husband. That says a lot. That must be tough, that transcontinental commute. Absolutely. I'm sure his family is very happy. I'm sure his kids are very happy. Hundreds of thousands of miles, you miss out on a lot. We'll learn about one happy
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