Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
What do you do when you're a super famous A-list celebrity and you can pretty much do whatever you want?
You hang out with other super famous A-listers as well! Duh!
That's exactly what was going on at Buckinghamshire in the UK yesterday.
Damon was also seen riding a horse drawn cart. Such a cool job he has, getting to play make believe with a real live horse.
That is one cute horsie!
Lookin' good you too! Keep up the film making!
Check out the video of Matt horsing around AFTER THE JUMP!!
Not only are pets cute, cuddly and pretty damn awesome, but they can also benefit your health!!
According to recent studies, owning a pet can help your health in 10 completely different ways!!
Here's the scoop:
It helps when your papa is George Clooney.
The faithful companion of the actor, Einstein, enjoyed the pampered life
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George Clooney recently opened up his home for a tour and our favorite attraction was his rescue dog Einstein.
But Clooney talked about one of his older, more famous pets… Max the pot-bellied pig, who died in 2006.
"Pigs are really smart. And he was funny, and he made me laugh.
But they're work, because they'll destroy everything if you let them."
Back in 1988, he bought the piglet as a gift for his then-girlfriend Kelly Preston.
After they broke up, he kept the pig.
The two became very close, even cuddling together at times.
"When he was little, he would come up and jump on the bed. He got a little too big to actually spend [time] in the bed."
So even though he loved the pig, and was devastated when he died, he won't be getting another one anytime soon.
"When he finally died after 18 years I felt that I'd had enough of pigs, so to speak."
George Clooney, we love you.
[Image via WENN.]
Sounds like a weird story but, with the help of some meatballs, George Clooney has adopted a dog.
Clooney saw a video of a poor, pound puppy on an animal shelter's website, and he immediately fell for the dog.
He had to have him.
So he contacted the animal shelter about taking home Einstein the dog. The shelter said sure… as long as Einstein liked him.
Clooney was already in love with the dog, so he had to cook up a plan that would ensure the dog would like him.
"Einstein is part cocker spaniel or something. I got him out of a shelter about a year and a half ago . . . So I go online and see Einstein. They had a whole film about him. It was actually really sweet. You see him all beat up in the shelter, and they show how they cleaned him up.
So I called and said, ‘I like Einstein!’ The woman goes, ‘Well, we don’t know if Einstein will like you.’ ‘Well, can I meet with Einstein?’ She says, ‘Yes, we’ll bring him to your house, but if he doesn’t like you, he can’t stay. We have to have good homes for these dogs.’ She sounded very serious.
I have this really long driveway, and I open the gate for them, and I start to panic that Einstein is not going to like me.
So I run into the kitchen, where I have these turkey meatballs, and I rub them all over my shoes. This woman opens the door, and who knew Einstein was such a food whore on top of everything? He throws himself at my feet.
She says, ‘I’ve never seen him react like that, ever!’ And she left him with me on the spot. And forever, now, he just thinks of me as the guy with meatball feet."
What a cute story.
We're sure they're best buds!
[Image via Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.]