Although he's gained a reputation as Hollywood's playboy, George Clooney hasn't totally ruled out the idea of one day settling down for good.
Clooney's been married before, and as he told Piers Morgan on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last year, considering that union ended in 1993 "should show you how good I was at it."
These days, however, it sounds like Clooney is ever so slightly changing his tune.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Clooney says he hasn't ruled out getting hitched once again - although, he admits, "I don't even think about it, really."
Or, at least, he's not going to share if he does. The 50-year-old Oscar nominee is currently attached to Stacy Keibler, whom is often seen at his side at red carpet events, but he remains tight-lipped about their relationship. "There is so little in my life that is private," he explained.
One curtain he was willing to pull back revealed that yes, he does suffer from loneliness, just like anyone else.
"Anyone would be lying if they said they didn't get lonely at times," he explains to THR. "The loneliest you will get is in the most public of arenas: You will go to a place and end up in the smallest compartment possible, because it's a distraction to everybody, and you end up not getting to enjoy it like everybody else."
And yet, Clooney says, "I have been infinitely more alone in a bad relationship; there's nothing more isolating. I have been in places in my life where that has existed."