We can’t believe Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney are engaged and neither can anyone else. After the big news broke, the Twitter community responded by posting messages of both shock and congratulations.
Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney are engaged and everyone is talking about it. People can’t seem to get enough of the women George recently popped the big question to. So we here at HollywoodLife.com thought we’d put together some of the best reactions that have been posted on Twitter so far.
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Leave it to Twitter to have the best reactions for a George Clooney engagement. The comments that have been posted range from sadness — because George is no longer on the market — to tweets of surprise and joy for the happy new couple. Here are just a few of the tweets below:
George Clooney got himself a serious upgrade from any of his past loves. His fiance has serious credentials, moxie, brains and looks. — Kris Huson (@Vruno) April 27, 2014
George Clooney loves brunettes. In yer face, blondies! Ha!
— Baba Ganoush (@BibiLynch) April 27, 2014
Soon, one woman will have a legitimate reason to write “Mr. and Mrs. George Clooney” over and over.
— Nell Scovell (@NellSco) April 28, 2014
George Clooney’s engagement to humanitarian lawyer Amal Alamuddin is proof that smart is sexy, and I love it. #likeaboss
— Lynn Sheka (@LSheka) April 28, 2014
I won’t believe it until George Clooney changes his Facebook status.
— Amy Rhodes (@iamamyrhodes) April 27, 2014
George Clooney is getting married? Yeah right, and Donald Sterling’s favorite TV channel is BET.
— Shooter McGavin (@ShooterMcGavin_) April 27, 2014
Is George Clooney’s engagement the first recorded miracle of the Saint Popes?
— Tara Flynn (@TaraFlynn) April 27, 2014
— Fifi Haroon (@fifiharoon) April 26, 2014
George Clooney is engaged. Today is the worst day ever.
— Elizabeth Arroyo (@elizaaarroyo) April 26, 2014
If George Clooney is actually engaged, every commitment-phobe male just lost their religion. Sad time for the “Poor Man’s George Clooney”
— Ryan McPartlin (@RyanMcPartlin) April 28, 2014
— Bryant Perkins