Granted a woman who was airbrushed up the wazoo on the cover of W is not a role model for aging gracefully. But at least Demi Moore talked back when the haters talked smack about how “old” the 47-year-old actress looks … Keep reading »
Remember the controversy over Demi Moore’s W cover, in which it appeared that the magazine’s retouchers had photoshopped her hip to be thinner than her waist? Well, it turns out those bizarro proportions may actually belong to a real, live, breathing woman! The highly observant blogger behind Pop Culture Madness has noted that the body Demi’s head is on may actually belong to a model who wore the same dress in Balmain’s runway show.
“Check out what it appears to be 36 year old Anja Rubik’s superimposed body… scratch that – her body was attached to Demi Moore’s for the sake of a better cover image. You have to wonder, did Demi even wear the same Balmain dress?”
The image she presents as proof — Demi’s cover super-imposed over Rubik’s body — is startling. W claims that “nothing unusual” was done when retouching the cover image, but let’s face it: photoshopping the living hell out of images is par for the course these days. So what do you think? Shady or standard practice? [Pop Culture Madness] Keep reading »
Did 47-year-old Demi Moore make some kind of pact with the Devil, and that’s why she looks so hot on the cover of the December issue of W? Maybe. I think it’s the yoga. Our fashion editor Erin thinks Photoshop hath tweaked her. Perhaps it’s both. Regardless, Mrs. Ashton Kutcher says getting work in Hollywood at her age isn’t easy, no matter how famous she is. “The frustrating part is that the type of roles I’d be interested in are not really coming to me,” reveals Moore. “I hate to say it’s a function of my age — but yes, I think in some ways it is. The majority of [female] roles are geared between 25 and 35.” More pics after the jump! Keep reading »
While most of us suspect Demi Moore‘s exceptional ability to seemingly grow younger-looking by the day has to do with scalpels and needles, she insists there’s a far more natural (yet creepier) regimen at hand: “I was in Austria doing a cleanse and part of the treatment was leech therapy. These aren’t just swamp leeches though — we are talking about highly trained medical leeches. These are not some low level scavengers — we’re talking high level blood suckers,” she said. Highbrow indeed! We know leeches have been used in the medical field for years, but have no clue how they improve your complexion. In other beauty news, Moore will likely be the next to debut a celebrity line. She’s reportedly in talks with beauty giant Helena Rubenstein to develop a new product range. No word on whether blood-sucking worms will be utilized as key ingredients. [IOL] Keep reading »
Sometimes we feel like Us Weekly‘s “The Fashion Police” and other similar style critics can be a tad harsh. Also, they tend to have these really boring, conservative styles and we have to wonder what their real fashion credentials are. (Case in point: US Weekly‘s “Top Cops” include random comedian Stefanie Novik and Chet Cannon of “The Real World, Brooklyn.” When did they ever go to design school!?) The Fashion Peacekeepers are here to say, hey, can’t everyone’s styles just get along?
Demi Moore has been called out for looking “too busy” here at the 2009 Freedom Awards in L.A. earlier this week. We say being swaddled in a gorgeous oyster-colored Lanvin gown we only wish we could think about affording, a so-modern chunky necklace, easy whatevs hair and having your super-hot, young husband on your arm is just the kind of busy we wanna get all up on. So there. Keep reading »
Did Demi forget to pack for their trip to New York? Or is Ashton really into the matchy-match couple thing? Either way: Ew. Fashion Week’s now got two hot messes that tried to clean up nice. [Manhattan, 9/11/09] Keep reading »
Is it just me or has 2009 been “The Year of Ridiculous Fights” for Perez Hilton? Sure, his derogatory blogs are sure to annoy even the thickest-skinned celebrities, but this year he seems to be digging in and truly getting under some celebrity skin. Of course, he’s at it again—this time his opponent is Demi Moore. The issue? Some suggestive party pics of her 15-year-old daughter Tallulah Willis. I’m sure you can imagine where this one’s going. That’s right … a Twitter war.
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“It’s completely false – I’ve never had it done. I would never judge those who have – if it’s the best thing for them then I don’t see a problem. But I don’t like the idea of having an operation to hold up the aging process – it’s a way to combat your neurosis. The scalpel won’t make you happy.”
— Demi Moore dispels rumors in the French edition of Marie Claire that she’s spent a fortune on plastic surgery. [via Radar Online] Keep reading »
Mom, I’ve been thinking. We should spend more time together. More time and dollar bills, that is! Well, that’s how Rumer Willis and Demi Moore like to do it. The mother/daughter duo were spotted at a male strip club in Las Vegas, celebrating Rumer’s 21st birthday. Yikes! It was just yesterday, mommy Demi was cooing at her little baby on the Golden Globes stage. Clearly, she hasn’t stopped embarrassing her and this definitely raises the bar on awkward family moments. Sheesh, and we though mother/daughter pole dancing with Susan Sarandon was weird. [Orlando Sentinel] Keep reading »
A study at Germany’s Max Planck Institute has found that men who marry older women are more likely to die early than men who marry younger woman. Likewise, women who marry men 7 to 9 years older — or, get this, 7 to 9 years younger — increase their chances of dying early by a whopping 20 percent! And the bigger the age difference between two spouses, the greater chance a woman has of dying prematurely. Men, on the other hand, favor quite well when they marry younger women. Their chances of dying early “are cut by a fifth if their bride is between 15 and 17 years their junior.” Even marrying a woman just seven years younger reduces a man’s risk of premature death by 11 percent. Scientists say these figures may be a result of natural selection — of the cream-of-the-crop older men having the most success attracting younger, fertile women. “Another theory is that a younger woman will care for a man better and therefore he will live longer,” said institute spokesman Sven Drefahl. Maybe women with much older or younger mates are better off not marrying them. That way they won’t have the drama of addressing wedding invitations OR dying prematurely. Win-win! [via Telegraph] Keep reading »