After Her 2002 Divorce, Drew Barrymore Recalls Being “Drunk” and Making Love With George Clooney’s Pal!

Drew Barrymore divorced comedian Tom Green after one year of marriage in 2002.

Drew Barrymore is spilling the beans about a time when she was “drunk” and “made out” with one of George Clooney’s best buddies.

Clooney will be a guest on “The Drew Barrymore Show” on Friday, and in a preview of the broadcast, Barrymore disclosed that she had an intimate moment with Clooney’s hairstylist buddy Waldo Sanchez.

“I feel like wonderful things follow you wherever you go,” Clooney added to Barrymore. “Yes, that’s because I drink. That is a problem, and it does become one “He responded.

The host of the broadcast then moved on to her interaction with Clooney’s pal.

“I was so intoxicated while we were filming ‘Confessions of a Dangerous Mind,'” she claimed, alluding to Sanchez. “I recall,” Clooney added.

Barrymore then told the audience the backstory.

“Waldo is George’s, like, best friend, and they work together, and the next day at work, I was like, ‘Uh, cool,’ ’cause everyone’s just so cool,” she continued.

“We were in Montreal, we were all stuck up there together, and you had just gone through a divorce, remember, and you had just come up there, and it was an emotional time for you, and so it really felt like it felt like incumbent upon us to make sure that you were going to be okay, and that was fun,” Clooney said.

She divorced Tom Green the same year she released “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.” For one year, Barrymore and the comedian were married. Barrymore eventually married Will Kopelman in 2012. The couple split in 2016 after having two kids, Olive, 10, and Frankie, 8.

During his visit on “The Drew Barrymore Show,” Clooney also revealed how his wife, Amal, stole his heart the first night they met.

“The strangest thing is that Bryan Lourd, my agent, contacted me because he had just met Amal at another event, and she was like, ‘Yeah, I’m going to Como with a friend of mine,'” Clooney remembered.

“He contacted me and said, ‘There’s a girl coming to your house who you’re going to marry,'” the “Ticket to Paradise” star explained to Barrymore.

The actor did not believe his agency at the moment.

“‘You’re an idiot,’ I said. That’s not going to happen,’ you know “Clooney went on. “And then Amal walks in, and we talk all night, and I start writing her a bunch of letters.”

“Like on pen and paper?” Barrymore clarified. Clooney responded, “We still write letters, believe it or not. Place them on your pillow.”

George and Amal, a human rights lawyer, married in 2014 and have twin daughters, Alexander and Ella, who are five years old.

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