George Clooney took time out from 'August: Osage County' filming in Oklahoma to croon a tune

Tulsa World Modified: October 25, 2012 at 1:59 pm •  Published: October 25, 2012
When he isn't on set at "August: Osage County" north of Pawhuska, George Clooney is crooning it up with Neil Diamond – sort of.

Producer Clooney, who has been seen out and about the Oklahoma countryside during the ongoing filming of the movie based on Tulsa native Tracy Letts' award-winning play, put on an impromptu performance at the Carousel of Hope Ball in Los Angeles last the weekend.

When Neal Diamond sang his hit "Sweet Caroline" and the lyrics "good times never seemed so good," Clooney, the nephew of the late, great Rosemary Clooney, added in the fans’ response of "so good, so good, so good," according to

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