All that Demi wants is another baby! “We’d be delighted if it happened,” Mrs. Kutcher said. “We are doing lots of practicing. And you can’t complain about practicing with him!” Hm, sound like 30-year-old Ashton’s probably just using a baby as an excuse to do it a lot.
But hopefully there will be an heir to his Kelso/Coolpix/”Beauty and The Geek”/”Punk’d” empire and we’re all for the mix of their very sexy genes! Ashton’s pretty boy good looks will probably mesh well with Demi’s sleek lady features — perhaps a bit better than Bruce Willis’ busted prizefighter melon. At 46, though, Demi, with three teen kids, is the brave one for going through whatever it takes to implant her with some of “That 70’s Show’s” seed. However, now we’re wondering if Kutcher’s hot shots for V Man magazine were actually him undergoing the medical scrutiny of in-vitro fertilization? Well, no matter, Ashton always makes baby-making look so, so attractive. [Now Magazine]
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“I had sworn myself off relationships before I met Demi….As soon as you make that decision not to have a relationship, you will find one.” — Ashton Kutcher [MarieClaire.co.uk] Keep reading »
No, not literally, silly — like, in the sense where you’re a man and your lady has you wrapped around her little finger…or something? We ask because GQ has put together such a lovely slideshow of famous men who are, in their view, whipped by their wives (or husbands, in the case of Elton John and David Furnish). Included on the list are Guy Ritchie (Madonna got him into Kaballah and, maybe, strap-ons), Ashton Kutcher (he gushed about wife, Demi Moore, in interviews, the wimp), Ben Stiller (Christine Taylor always scores roles in his terrible movies), and John Edwards (Elizabeth defended him when Ann Coulter called him a f*ggot). Honestly, we don’t get it — is it that the men are very supportive of their wives’ endeavors? That they genuinely think they’re cool, talented, and funny? That they don’t get to make all the decisions? Or maybe it’s that they’re super smart, as is especially the case with Catherine Zeta-Jones, who arranged for a pre-nup before marrying Michael Douglas that ensured her $5 million dollars if he ever cheated. [GQ] Keep reading »
“I just had to get over my ego, which was screaming, ‘This guy used to sleep with your woman,’ And I listened instead to the little voice inside that was whispering, ‘This guy loves and cares about your woman.’ Once I did that, it was a cakewalk.” — Ashton Kutcher about how he eventually warmed up to wife Demi Moore’s ex, Bruce Willis, in the April issue of Harper’s Bazaar Keep reading »