Are George Clooney and Stacy Keibler getting serious?

Smooth moves: George Clooney met Stacy Keibler in 2006 when he complimented her performance on “Dancing With the Stars” at a party. (Getty Images file photos)Smooth moves: George Clooney met Stacy Keibler in 2006 when he complimented her performance on “Dancing With the Stars” at a party. (Getty Images file photos)

Smooth moves: George Clooney met Stacy Keibler in 2006 when he complimented her performance on “Dancing With the Stars” at a party. (Getty Images file photos)Smooth moves: George Clooney met Stacy Keibler in 2006 when he complimented her performance on “Dancing With the Stars” at a party. (Getty Images file photos)

Could veteran bachelor George Clooney have finally found The One? His new girlfriend, Stacy Keibler, seems to be pretty smitten.

When asked by People magazine at the Toronto International Film Festival what she liked about the actor, the WWE alumna replied, “Everything!” (Well, duh. What’s not to like?)

Though the pair didn’t walk the red carpet together at the festival, they did hang together with pals at the Ritz Carlton hotel lounge Thursday and Friday nights.

“They have good chemistry, and she can hold her own with the boys,” an observer said. “They both can equally be the life of the party.”

The couple started dating this summer, but first met in 2006 at an Oscars party when George surprised Stacy by telling her she should win “Dancing With the Stars.”

“I said, ‘You watch ‘Dancing with the Stars?’” she told People after the run-in. (Coincidentally, George’s recent ex, Elisabetta Canalis, is competing on the show’s upcoming season.)

Sounds like George has been crushing on Stacy for quite a while! Wonder if it will last.

Sweet home for Reese?

Who could possibly afford to buy the $14 million home of A-lister Brad Pitt? Why, fellow A-lister Reese Witherspoon, naturally. The Oscar winner reportedly toured the actor’s Malibu beachfront mansion Aug. 28, perhaps looking for a love nest with new hubby Jim Toth.

“She seemed interested in it,” a source told Us magazine.

But the actress didn’t leap at the chance to set up house in the spot where Brad lives with Angelina Jolie when they’re not jet-setting.

“She hasn’t made an offer yet,” the source said. “The house is still on the market.”

Interesting detail: The day after viewing the property, Reese had lunch with none other than Jennifer Aniston. We can’t help but wonder whether she was really interested in buying the place or doing a pal a favor by spying on the ex-husband’s place and reporting back dishy details.

All-natural Ali

Although a recent photo of a thin Ali Lohan with seemingly transformed facial features caused a stir, her rep and modeling agency insist Lindsay’s 17-year-old little sister hasn’t had cosmetic surgery.

“Aliana has never had any type of plastic surgery in her life, nor has she ever considered it,” her rep said in a statement. “During the past two years, she has gone through a normal teenage growth spurt that has made her taller and slimmer.”

Said spurt “has also slightly changed the composure of her face, all of which is typical of what happens to kids in their mid-to-late teens,” the flack said. “It’s what most people refer to as the awkward stage. Ali is growing up; that’s all.”

The former “Living Lohan” star’s modeling agency seconded the denial.

“As a young girl who is growing up, it’s natural for her facial features to change slightly, and we see this with many of the younger models we represent,” the agency’s director said.

Huh. We don’t recall morphing that radically during our teenage years — but hey, that was a long time ago!

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