George Clooney didn't hang around in the UK long after his night out at the BAFTAs yesterday. He walked through Heathrow on his way out of London this morning. George was nominated, but didn't win, in the category of best actor for The Descendants. The Artist cleaned up at the BAFTAs, however, and Jean Dujardin once again took home the statue over George. Nonetheless, Mr. Clooney is looking forward to their last matchup of award season at the Oscars on Feb. 26. George is even getting used to losing. He joked on the red carpet last night, "You get to be efficient at losing. The funny part is. . . it's actually a really nice group of guys. It's really fun. There isn't any sort of weirdness, there isn't any competitiveness. I know people love to pit people against each other, but that isn't really what's going on."
George Clooney Wraps Up His UK Fun Right After the BAFTAs
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