Clooney's goodie deed
16:30 17 March 2006
George Clooney is auctioning off his Oscars goodie bag to raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
The Hollywood heartthrob has given his pricey sack of gifts to the United Way Hurricane Response and Relief Recovery Fund.
He says he has no need for the expensive items - which include a mobile phone, a designer kimono and a Tahitian pearl necklace - which were given to celebrities attending the awards ceremony.
The 'Syriana' star - who was named Best Supporting Actor at the event earlier this month - will also write the winning bidder a thank you note, acknowledging their role in helping victims of the disaster.
Meanwhile, Clooney has revealed he won't sleep in his master bedroom - because it's too lonely by himself.
He hates the main bedroom at his plush Lake Como villa because it's too big for one person.
Clooney - who has been linked to Teri Hatcher in recent weeks - revealed: "It's too big. Far too big.
"I've never quite managed to spend a night in the grand boudoir, so I sleep in one of the other 14 bedrooms when I'm there."
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