Amal Clooney Revealed the Seriously Unexpected Music George Got Their Twins Into

Every single time George Clooney and Amal Clooney give rare details about their twins, it leaves fans’ heads scratching. They seem like a cosmic pair of kiddos, and this newest detail may be the cutest (and most unexpected) thing we’ve ever heard.

While at the Albie Awards on Sept 28, Amal told Access Hollywood that George “started playing heavy metal music” around the house for their twins, and they’re seriously obsessed.

“They’re headbangers,” George said. “It’s not fully heavy metal. It’s just heavy enough that they can bang their heads.”

First off, this is an absolutely adorable visual: the Clooney twins head-banging to songs, and their doting parents happily dancing along to the music with them. Just when you think the Clooney family couldn’t be any cooler, they admit something like this!

CANNES, FRANCE – MAY 12: Actor George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney attend the “Money Monster” premiere during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 12, 2016 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Clemens Bilan/Getty Images)

This also comes as a bit of a shock for longtime fans, considering the Ticket to Paradise star has previously said his and Amal’s twins are like “night and day.” In a previous interview with The Guardian, he said, “Ours are so different; it’s like night and day. Alexander loves to laugh, and Ella’s very serious, always making sure everybody plays by the rules. They really are born with their personalities!”

But it seems heavy metal music is their main similarity right now!

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