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There are few places in the world where more frustrated people congregate than the DMV. With long lines, rigid rules and no alternative, the house of misery is always filled with all sorts of people, arguing, bitching and rolling their eyes about the people around them, the workers and the time theyíll never get back. As such, it seems like the perfect venue for a reality show, and for a few weeks back in 2010, it was going to have one.
The MTV Movie Awards might have a stated purpose of handing out popcorn and celebrating achievement, but more than that, theyíve always been about having fun. Thereís no elitist vibes of self-congratulatory auras; thereís just famous men and women cutting loose and having a night of fun. Thus, itís really no surprise the network decided to preempt the show this year with Ashton Kutcherís Punkíd.
Itís a fair critique, but the answer isnít necessarily no. Kutcher did some solid work in the underrated Butterfly Effect, and he does have a mesmerizing charisma that makes him watchable. That same general confidence was obvious in Steve Jobs during his many lectures, and by most accounts, it was there in the day-to-day managing of his business too. This casting certainly isnít the worst idea Iíve ever heard, but that doesnít mean Iím sold either.
Asking a question about a celebrityís personal life can often be a dicey transition. Whether because they prefer privacy or would simply rather talk about their current projects, a fair portion of famous faces react rather poorly to gossip-fueled queries. Luckily, there are still some brave souls willing to try.
The privately commandeered space flight program has interested parties from celebrities, space buffs, and anyone else that can afford the steep $200, 000 price ticket. Today, Branson announced momentous day for the Virgin Galactic: the project has found its 500th astronaut, and they have found it in none other than Ashton Kutcher.
Thereís no doubt in my mind that Hollywood causes weird pressures most of the rest of us donít have to deal with. The public spotlight can often be a menacing presence, but at the end of the day, we are still responsible for our own behavior. The factors that played a role may be numerous, but Moore still made the decisions that got her rushed to the hospital.
He was in Brazil to shoot some pictures for Colcci and took some time to attend Fashion Week. At some point, he was informed about Mooreís issues and her decision to enter rehab, but the following night, he was spotted seemingly having a great time at a Bruno Mars concert. This happiness during a time of crisis led many to label the actor as indifferent to his wifeís plight, but now some sources close to Kutcher are firing back.
If all of this is to be believed, it really paints a different pictures of what led to the coupleís split. Maybe he wasnít really the only culprit. Or maybe it was those rumored infidelities that led her into rehab. What do you think? Does Demi going to rehab change your opinion of the coupleís divorce?
That's pretty intense, but understandable from a woman who has now been divorced three times; when she was just 18 she married Freddy Moore, whose last name she has kept professionally, and she was famously married to Bruce Willis from 1987 to 2000
Earlier this week, Ashton Kutcher tweeted a picture of himself spending Christmas in Rome. Thatís not altogether surprising considering he both travels the world and uses the internet service constantly, but itís whatís on the photograph that has people talking. More specifically, itís who the woman looks like that some observers canít get past.
As unfortunate as Asthonís very public mistake was, he and Moore still had a lot of good times during their six year marriage. He really seemed to get along with her family, and they always seemed to be laughing and smiling whenever they were photographed together. Iím sure Demi doesnít want to be known as Mrs. Kutcher on Twitter for the rest of her life, but I can definitely see why she would be a bit sad about changing it.
His soon to be ex-wife Demi Moore might not want Ashton Kutcher around at the moment, but that doesnít mean other ladies share the same viewpoint. The former That 70s Show star headed home last week to see his family for Thanksgiving, and while there, the Iowa girls apparently flocked to him. He was seen out and about at four bars, and rumor has it his table was surrounded by locals everywhere he went.
Iíll be the first to admit I am on team Demi. Cheating on your wife is bad policy as it is, but getting caught doing it on an anniversary without wearing a condom is about as bad as it gets. I see why Demi Moore filed to change her marital status, and I totally support her decision to do so. There are some crimes that are unforgettable, but how the victim deals with those crimes still measures character.
By now, youíve likely heard Hollywood power couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore has called it quits. The six year marriage provided more than its share of scandalous headlines over the past few months, but prior to that, the union was mostly considered a strange and wonderful success. The two were photographed all over the town, doing activities with her kids, hanging out with her ex-husband Bruce Willis and his wife and generally enjoying everything their success afforded them.
Rumors had been circulating about the state of the Hollywood coupleís marriage, including alleged infidelity on the part of Ashton Kutcher, whoís earning his paychecks of late with a starring role on CBSí Two and a Half Men. While Moore doesnít directly address the rumors about Ashtonís unfaithfulness, she does mention ďcertain values,Ē which she hold sacred, in the statement she made to the AP.