George Clooney and Stacy Keibler at the Toronto Film Festival. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Nathan Denette)

George Clooney and former wrestler Stacy Keibler are really dating. The couple went public over the weekend at the Toronto Film Festival, where the actor’s “The Descendents” and “The Ides of March” were screened. Although they were not photographed together on the red carpet, the paparazzi did manage to snap a few shots of their hands kind of touching. (Us Weekly)

Justin Timberlake and Gwyneth Paltrow both won creative arts Emmys on Saturday. Timberlake was honored for hosting “Saturday Night Live,” while Paltrow won her first Emmy for her guest turn on “Glee.” (WaPo via Associated Press)

Jennifer Lopez and Bradley Cooper reportedly ate dinner together — in a romantic way. ( Us Weekly)

Cliff Robertson, who won an Oscar for his role in “Charly,” died Saturday. He was 88. Read the actor’s obituary at the link. (Washington Post)

The Carrie Diaries,” a prequel to “Sex and the City,” has been picked up by the CW. As of this moment, Sarah Jessica Parker has nothing to do with the series. (Vulture)

Amy Winehouse’s father Mitch told Anderson Cooper that his daughter died from a seizure caused by detox: “She had a series of seizures brought on by this binge drinking and then stopping to drink….I think it's what the doctor said, I think she had a seizure and this was the time when there was no one there to rescue her.” (THR)

Find out which TV actress welcomed a new bundle of joy this weekend, after the jump.

Jermaine Jackson claims that if his brother Michael were convicted of child molestation charges, the family planned to send him to Bahrain. But Tom Meserau, the lawyer who defended the late pop star in the case, told TMZ Jackson would have been airlifted to prison. Tomato, tomahto. (Chicago Sun-Times)

“In Plain Sight” actress Mary McCormack welcomed a daughter this weekend. (People)

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi are working on an NBC comedy pilot about dueling sisters. (Deadline)

Top Gun” is returning to theaters in 3D. (THR)

Watch Jim Carrey follow up his love letter to Emma Stone with this performance of Radiohead’s “Creep.”