Demi Moore Calls It Quits From Ashton Kutcher; Anne Hathaway Joins 'Occupy Wall Street' Protests; No Elmo in The Muppets
11.18.11 by reelz
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Demi Moore has filed for divorce from Ashton Kutcher, virtually citing his cheating as the reason, telling the AP, "It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that I have decided to end my six-year marriage to Ashton. As a woman, a mother and a wife there are certain values and vows that I hold sacred, and it is in this spirit that I have chosen to move forward with my life." Some other split bits:
- Kutcher confirmed the news via a tweet saying, "I will forever cherish the time I spent with Demi." No word on whether that was written by Kutcher or one of the writers at his media company now in charge of the feed.
- Moore will surely be changing her Twitter handle from "MrsKutcher" and Us offers a few suggestions.
- Kutcher and Moore's "open marriage" has been blamed for the split, with one insider saying Demi likes women as much as men.
- Kutcher's alleged mistress Brittney Jones, who claims to have had sex with him after meeting at a bowling alley in 2010, now says, "I told ya so."
- The couple is rumored to have lived apart for months and are now both lawyering up as they get ready to do battle over a $290 million fortune.
It wasn't exactly "Occupy People" as we suggested yesterday, but about 15 people in Ryan Gosling masks stood in the rain outside of Manhattan's Time-Life Building on Wednesday, protesting the magazine's awarding of "The Sexiest Man Alive" title to Bradley Cooper.
Speaking of the Occupy movement, Anne Hathaway joined the Occupy Wall Street protest in Manhattan's Union Square yesterday, holding a sign that said "Blackboards Not Bullets."
Rihanna complained to Ellen DeGeneres that she doesn't like being single and that she doesn't "get any booty calls."
Fans hoping to see Elmo in Jason Segel's Muppets movie next weekend will be disappointed to learn he doesn't appear in the picture because Sesame Steet characters are still owned by Children's Television Workshop, not Disney, who purchased the Muppets Jim Henson's estate in 2004.