Thursday, January 6, 2011

TMZ has just obtained a copy of Elizabeth Edwards' will -- and get this ... she leaves John NOTHING... giving everything to her children.
(CNN) -- As people in Sudan head to the polls in three days to vote on whether Southern Sudan should become an independent country or remain part of Sudan, Hollywood superstar and activist George Clooney has expressed his excitement at the possibility of peace during an interview with CNN.
"For the first time since I've been here, there's a real excitement here that there's a feeling that a new nation is going to be formed," Clooney told CNN's Becky Anderson.

"It's inevitable and I think everyone is very excited about that," said Clooney who has made numerous trips to the country and whose organization will monitor any vote-related violence in Sudan.

Clooney also told Anderson that people around Sudan remained optimistic at the prospect of peace, but that the international community needed to remain vigilant at what happens in the coming months.