Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher announced their split Thursday, ending months of speculation about their six-year marriage. But a few questions remain.
Like, what will Moore do with her “Mrs. Kutcher” Twitter handle? Us Weekly helpfully suggested “SoOverAshton.” As of this moment, Moore’s handle has not been changed. (US Weekly)
Should they have shared intimate moments from their marriage on Twitter? The couple’s switch from sweet to sterile tweets was cited as evidence the marriage was deteriorating. Entertainment Weekly goes in-depth on the subject at the link. (EW)
Will both stay active in their DNA (or Demi and Ashton) Foundation, which works to end child sex slavery and human trafficking? We have e-mailed the foundation with this question and will update if we get a response.
Tyler Perry defended casting Kim Kardashian in his upcoming flick, “The Marriage Counselor,” on his blog: “If one of [Kardashian’s young fans] see this film and find the strength to live a better life and not go through what these characters went through in this movie, then we have all done what I feel I'm being led to do here. I hope you understand. I really do!" (The Wrap)
People’s executive editor Liz Sporkin is sticking by her mag’s decision to name Bradley Cooper as “Sexiest Man Alive” after Buzzfeed held a pro-Ryan Gosling protest outside the magazine’s headquarters Thursday. (People)
A reality star accuses a reality family of using her for PR and a “Jackass” is remembered, after the jump.
Kristen Cavallari, of “Laguna Beach” fame, said an In Touch story claiming she had an affair with Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian’s baby daddy, is “100 percent not true.”
“I just think, what convenient timing for them with their show premiering next week. With everything that's going on for Kim, I feel like they're trying to take the heat off her,” she added. (Us Weekly)
Kristen Schall, of “Daily Show” and “Flight of the Conchords” hilarity, will appear on a few episodes of “30 Rock.” (Vulture)