Despite the example of his parents, who have been wed 40 years, Clooney has said he’s not interested in marrying again or in having kids.
“I’ve made it difficult to have a relationship because my first love is work and my second love is my friends,” he told .
But cheer up, ladies: “That will change, I’m sure,” he added.
This moody romantic still wants happily-ever-after. HIS VOW: “I’m never going to get divorced; I’m never going to cheat.” CAVEAT: Addicted to late-night Chinese takeout. “I love doing justice,” says this gallant Long Island native, “what’s fair and right.” And what’s chivalrous. C, where on Sundays he’d call victims of domestic abuse to make sure they weren’t still getting harassed over the weekend.Orphaned at age 3 and raised in Göteborg by adoptive parents Lennart, a geologist who died in 1996, and homemaker Anne Marie, 71, he honed his culinary skills at the knee of his grandmother Helga, a professional cook.Now executive chef and co-owner of the acclaimed Aquavit eateries in New York City and Minneapolis (a third is set to open in Manhattan this fall), Samuelsson captured the prestigious James Beard Foundation’s Rising Star Chef award last year.(His 1995 album Forever Blue mourned his breakup with that girlfriend.) Isaak, who has recently gone out with actress Bai Ling (Anna and the King), says he likes ladies “smarter than me.” Which makes him, of course, a very smart man.A GOOD CATCH BECAUSE: “I don’t forget the little things.” CAVEAT: His workaholism will “drive you nuts,” says drummer pal Kenney Dale Johnson.He’d like to “live at Disneyland” and he waxes nostalgic about a favorite date: “We picked lemons in her yard, cut them up and made lemonade, and then sat out there and drank it.” The 6’1″ crooner and sometime actor (Friends and films) was reared by factory-worker parents in Stockton, Calif.