Actor George Clooney, recovering from elbow surgery, suffered a setback Sunday afternoon — watching his beloved Bengals fall to the Ravens.
Clooney accompanied his girlfriend actress Stacy Keibler, a Baltimore native, to M&T Bank Stadium to watch the match-up.
"You kno its love when your boyfriend has elbow surgery 2 days ago and takes u to a #ravens game...especially when he's a Bengals fan," Keibler posted on Twitter after the game.
Keibler, a former WWE star and Ravens cheerleader, and Clooney met up with former Ravens offensive lineman Jonathan Ogden and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.
"It was exciting to meet and speak with George at the game yesterday," Rawlings-Blake said on Monday. "We spoke for a moment about the game. Sadly, he's a Bengals fan. Nobody's perfect."
Ogden posted a photo of himself posing outside a suite with Clooney, whose right arm was in a brace and sling.
Rawlings-Blake took to Twitter to razz the actor, saying, "sorry, I told you you wouldn't have need for your victory dance. Hope you enjoy Bmore, despite the loss. Nice to meet you."
Earlier in the day, Keibler posted about making a wish for a Ravens win, and said she would "never hear the end of it" if the Bengals were victorious.
Keibler, 32, and Clooney, 50, have been romantically linked since the summer.
Clooney, who has twice been named People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive," was apparently impressed by Baltimore.
When asked what Clooney thought of city and the stadium, Keibler tweeted, "he LOVED it!!!!!!"
An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified which arm George Clooney had in a sling. The Sun regrets the error.