What's It Like to Share a House with George Clooney? There will be a lot of Brad Pitt, and the rent will be paid in autographs.

George Clooney revealed what it's like to live with an A-list celebrity in a new parody video, from being locked out of the bathroom for five hours to constantly fangirling over Brad Pitt.

George Clooney revealed what it's like to live with an A-list celebrity in a new parody video, from being locked out of the bathroom for five hours to constantly fangirling over Brad Pitt.

George, 59, admitted that his Brad Pitt obsession, movie night influence, and good ol' narcissism have made him nearly impossible to live with.

Fortunately, he's in on the joke, and on Tuesday, May 4, he released a comedy sketch titled "George Clooney: World's Worst Pandemic Roommate" to promote his Omaze charity sweepstakes.

The spoof video made fun of George's ludicrous flat mate requests, as The Midnight Sky entertainer deadpanned that he got "stuck" living with a "arbitrary" fellow a year ago during the Covid lockdown, in the wake of purchasing a $7 Batman activity figure from him off Craigslist.

"We're essentially closest companions now," George said. Storyteller: They are definitely not.

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Ocean's Eleven

"Do I suggest spending time with George Clooney?" the roomie, named Byron, said. "No. I don't." He went on, "from the outset I advised myself not to stress. You know, VIPs are simply individuals, as well. I surmise I failed to remember how odd individuals can be."

The shot slice to George remaining in his room with blue-green painted dividers, which were covered with Brad Pitt banners. He gripped a DIY cushion with photographs of Brad all finished, reflecting, "Would you be able to trust Amal needed me to discard this? I'm not tossing this out. No chance, man. No, much obliged." He laughed, adding, "Me and Brad."

It's by all account not the only proof of his Brad Pitt manly relationship—George demanded watching their wrongdoing film Ocean's Eleven again and again.

"You'd think film evenings with a fundamentally guaranteed entertainer/producer would be cool, right?" Byron said. "Man, we've seen Ocean's Eleven like multiple times... Furthermore, that wasn't even the strangest part about it."

The clasp showed George nibbling on popcorn on the lounge chair, snickering at one of Brad's scenes and commenting, "Take a gander at him. He's so acceptable."

His other Brad-tastic trinkets included two cardboard patterns of the Ad Astra star, with one being set in the restroom to welcome you when you enter. Bye, XXX...

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