AUGUSTA, Ky. (AP) -- A northern Kentucky museum has acquired two costumes worn by George Clooney in the movie "Up in the Air."
The Rosemary Clooney House Museum has the costumes on display in Louisville as part of a touring exhibit to introduce the Augusta museum to a larger audience.
Museum curator and co-owner Steve Henry told The Ledger Independent of Maysville that the suits worn by George Clooney will be displayed in Augusta in June.
The museum is named after singer, actress and entertainer Rosemary Clooney and features memorabilia from her life and works. It also has a growing number of items from the career of her nephew, George Clooney, and general items of interest to film and television buffs.
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