Wendy Williams, host of GSN’s new show, “Love Triangle,” holds what might be a kind of controversial opinion about celeb couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore. Though she thinks they make a nice couple, she wishes Demi hadn’t married Ashton because, at the end of the day, she won’t be able to give him children of his own. Now, I am pretty sure Wendy does not have a second job as Demi’s OB-GYN, so I’m going to take her assessment of Demi’s current reproductive capabilities with a grain of salt. I also am pretty sure she doesn’t hold a third job as the couple’s marriage counselor and is thus privy to their discussions — or lack thereof — about having a baby. And I don’t think it’s fair for her to assume that just because Ashton is from the midwest, he must want to procreate. All that being said, Wendy’s judgments about the seemingly happy couple do bring up a subject that us lesser famous folks can discuss — would you commit to someone who didn’t share your views on having kids?
Demi Moore and Bruce Willis remained a co-parenting team this weekend when one of their daughters got nabbed by cops, according to TMZ, and was cited for alcohol possession.
Tallulah Belle Willis, 17, was in a group of three underage girls spotted by cops in Hollywood on Friday night as they stepped out of a car around 11:00 p.m. The girls were allegedly carrying bottles of alcohol, and police officers intervened.
The minors couldn’t be cited and released without the police notifying parents, and Tallulah reportedly placed a call to her dad. But Moore apparently was the one who zipped over to pick up Tallulah at the end of a good-time-night-gone-wrong. Read more…Keep reading »
“I bet a high school buddy $1,000 that one day I would go on a date with Jennifer Aniston. … I was 17 years old and she was on my screensaver. … Five years later I actually met her and I asked Brad Pitt’s permission to ask his wife out on a date. He was so cool and said ‘You go for it,’ so I asked her and she turned me down. Now we’re friends so it might still happen, but now I have to ask Demi’s permission and I just don’t know how to broach that with the wife. But I do want to win the bet.”
“A lot of times my wife and I sit across from each other and tweet… it’s the same reason you send roses to a woman at work. Sometimes people like to be adored in public.”
– Ashton Kutcher on why he and his wife, Demi Moore, are so public about their relationship on Twitter. People especially like being adored in public when the public thinks your marriage is an annoying sham. [Reuters] Keep reading »
Lately, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have been ultra affectionate in public, trying to show the world that their marriage is not in danger amid rumors that Ashton cheated on Demi with a 21-year-old named Brittney Jones. But in a new interview, Brittney claims that Ashton wasn’t actually cheating when he allegedly had sex with her on a couch while Demi was out of town. “Ashton said he and Demi have an open relationship and have threesomes often,” Brittney explained. “I didn’t feel at all like he had just cheated on his wife. It felt normal and OK.” Then she contradicted herself and said, “[Ashton] said they share women, but he isn’t supposed to go off and sleep with women on his own. He said Demi had to be there and that Demi likes to pick the girls out.” [Huffington Post]
The source here is about as reliable as a used car salesman with the words “I lie” tattooed across his forehead. But is it possible that Demi and Ashton have an open relationship? It’s possible, as many celebrity couples have this arrangement or at least are rumored to. Find out who after the jump.