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Morning Robot: George Clooney, Lady Gaga, Bryan Adams

Posted by on May 6, 2011 at 10:18 AM EST

Happy Birthday George Clooney, Lady Gaga mentors on American Idol and Bryan Adams gives daughter an interesting name.

Hey there, and Happy Friday! Today’s edition of Morning Robot involves birth, a birthday, and “Born this Way.” Rocker Bryan Adams has given his daughter a rather quirky name, which pays homage to the beloved Easter bunny. George Clooney turns 50 years old, and somehow still manages to look incredibly sexy. Finally we discuss Lady Gaga, who will be returning to American Idol to mentor the Final 4!

Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon naming their twins “Monroe” and “Moroccan” generated some buzz, but Bryan Adam’s name choice for his daughter has been raising some eyebrows as well! The Canadian rocker named his daughter Mirabella Bunny Adams. According to Bryan Adams, “She arrived like all good Easter Bunnies on Easter Friday…Mother and baby are both well and happy. Thanks in advance for your kind thoughts and wishes.” I pity the next celebrity kid who is born on Halloween!

George Clooney has reached the big 5-0 today, but any trace of wrinkles only seem to give the actor a cute accent of sexiness. I don’t know what it is about Clooney, but he only seems to get better with age! He’s dating 32-year-old Elisabetta Canalis certainly can’t hurt in giving him some useful energy, either!

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Lady Gaga, who had her song “You and I” performed by Haley Reinhart this week, will be mentoring the four remaining American Idol contestants. The “Born this Way” superstar will appear on Idol next Wednesday, to follow in the trend of big stars who have mentored the crew this season, like will.i.am and Sheryl Crow. Lady Gaga’s upcoming American Idol appearance should definitely generate more interest in her upcoming Born This Way album, which will be released on May 23.

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