George Clooney beds Cindy Crawford in Casamigos Tequila ad

10th January, 2013 by Becky Paskin

George Clooney has revealed a steamy new advert for the launch of his new Tequila Casamigos, in which he climbs into bed with supermodel Cindy Crawford.

George Clooney Cindy Crawford Casamigos Tequila

George Clooney and Cindy Crawford in the new Casamigos Tequila advert

The actor, who is on a US roadtrip to LA, Las Vegas, Miami and Dallas to promote the launch of Casamigos Tequila, is seen in bed with business partner Rande Gerber’s supermodel wife in the new advert.

The one-minute video shows Clooney waking up next to Crawford with a puzzled expression, and a bottle of Casamigos Tequila on the nightstand behind him.

A series of similar occurrences ensue, culminating in Clooney sharing a bed with Gerber. The video ends with the message “Please drink responsibly”.

As reported by The Spirits Business on 7 January, Casamigos Tequila – named after Clooney and Gerber’s close friendship and neighbouring homes – is being rolled out in the US in the coming weeks.

One Response to “George Clooney beds Cindy Crawford in Casamigos Tequila ad”

  1. Kelsey from BevMo! says:

    Hi all! Kelsey in touch from BevMo! Wondering where you can get your first taste of George and Rande’s tequila? Head over to your local BevMo! store in California or BevMo.com next Friday, Jan. 18 to get your signed bottle. It’s the only place in the neighborhood you’ll find it until March. Cheers!

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