Everyone knows about the Clooney twins, but did you know that they supposedly made their television "debut" with a special celebrity guest?
Ella and Alexander Clooney, George and Amal Clooney’s twins, supposedly made their television "debut" on an episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
The show welcomed George and "the twins" who were brought on set in a double stroller. At first, they were kept hidden by the highly trained nanny Clooney had found for the children.
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The stroller was wheeled out by none other than Matt Damon, Jimmy’s faux nemesis. George called him his "manny" and Matt explained what that meant.
“I'm his manny. It's a nanny who's a man."
For a brief moment, Matt and Jimmy exchanged friendly blows, poking fun at each other. The host addressed Matt’s physique, claiming he was breastfeeding the children as part of his job as "manny."
Matt responded, saying he wasn’t, but he needed a quiet place for the young ones to take a nap, somewhere they wouldn’t be woken up by laughter.
To calm things down, George turned to the audience and asked them whether or not they wanted to meet the twins. After enthusiastic applause, as was expected, Matt uncovered them.
What came out from under the blankets was unexpected, though. Matt surprised Jimmy with a rude gesture, claiming his middle fingers were the twins. He was then escorted off the stage by security. The video contains language that might be considered offensive.
To top it off, George added that Matt was just great with the children.
George has opened up before about some of his fears as a father. When the twins were younger, the actor was afraid of breaking them. There’s also his well-known struggle with their diapers after they moved on to solid foods.
But everything seems to be going great with the Clooney family so far. And presumably, they have hired proper help!