Steve-O has said "ciao bella" to Elisabetta Canalis, the Italian former girlfriend of George Clooney, after just three months of dating. To mend her broken heart, the former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant hit Santa Monica beach with her girlfriends on Wednesday in an itsy-bitsy white bikini, showing off all that the "Jackass" star will soon be missing: her rock-hard super tanned body.
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The twosome first hooked up in January, six months after Clooney ended things with Canalis after nearly two years together. And although it seemed like an odd pairing, Steve-O and the Italian beauty really hit it off and were spotted all over Los Angeles arm-in-arm — and well, mouth-to-mouth, too.
Since splitting with Clooney last June, Canalis, an Italian TV presenter, has managed to keep herself busy with random entertainment-based jobs, no doubt thanks to her high-profile relationship. Last September, she joined ABC's "Dancing With the Stars," but her beauty wasn't able to keep her around long and she was voted off the second week. In November, it was announced that she had become a spokesmodel for Pantene.
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Don't hold out hope for a Canalis-Clooney reconciliation, either. The "Descendants" actor, 50, has been with yet another former "Dancing With the Stars" contestant, Stacy Keibler, since September, and it seems he may have finally met The One. He brought the blonde beauty to the Oscars in February, where he was nominated for Best Actor. But although she wasn't exactly his good luck charm, Clooney counts himself lucky to be with her. Keibler, he has gushed, "is a nice girl. She really is."
But with a body like Elisabetta has, we can't imagine she'll be single for very long.
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