'Desperate Housewives' star Teri Hatcher and actor George Clooney are reportedly refusing to discuss media rumours that they are dating.
Joe Shuster based Lois' physical appearance on a model name Joanne Carter.
Prior to the modeling sessions, Carter placed an ad in the Cleveland Plain Dealer in the Situation Wanted column, advertising herself as a model.
Page Six reports that Hatcher told her sad tale of childhood abuse in an erroneous attempt to share her pain at getting dumped by Clooney: The magazine reports the unidentified star who bedded and dumped Hatcher left her so emotionally shattered that she could no longer keep from talking about her evil uncle. made the parallels between her romantic failures and the legacy of her sexual abuse seem too obvious to ignore,” Vanity Fair’s Leslie Bennetts writes. It’s also really, really lame to try to get a guy’s attention by being weak and needy. We all did this at one point in our dating careers, but Hatcher is old enough to know better than to make such a calculated and public mistake.
“Mystery Man” was none other than Clooney, a well-placed source tells Page Six.
They only thing constant in Clooney’s life is his potbellied pig, and even the pig is on the outs.
That’s why Teri Hatcher is a fool for falling for her handsome neighbor after only a few weeks of dating.
Created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, she first appeared in Action Comics #1 (June 1938).
Lois is an award-winning journalist for the Metropolis newspaper, the Daily Planet, and the love interest of the superhero Superman.
Our heroine was, of course, a working girl whose priority was grabbing scoops.