Celebrities – Don’t Make Demi Moore Become A Celebrity S.A.D.

English: Demi Moore at the 2010 Time 100.
English: Demi Moore at the 2010 Time 100. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hollywood actress Demi Moore is becoming more popular for being S.A.D. (Sad And Desperate), since her split with hubby, Ashton Kutcher, than she is for being one of the most respected and highest paid female actresses of the 80s and 90s.

Demi Moore was in the top of the Hollywood game during the 80s and 90s era starring in classic movies like St Elmo’s Fire(1985), About Last Night (1986) Ghosts (1990) and Indecent Proposal (1993) among others. She was a popular Hollywood Starlet, gracing the red carpets and magazine covers. After her split from Bruce Willis in 2000 she hooked up with “man of the moment” Ashton Kutcher and her popularity status changed to Hollywood Cougar. Ever since she split from Ashton in 2011, the media have turned her into S.A.D.

moving on

Other celebrity S.A.D’s include Jennifer Aniston (above) who, according to the media, is still struggling to get over her break-up with Brad Pitt from way back in 2005.  Demi, 49, publicly expressed her devastation after the split, spent some time in therapy and out of the spot light.  She’s recently been seen at celebrity do’s, looking healthy, happy and moving on but the media just won’t let a girl do that.

English: Demi Moore during the visit to Nepal ...
English: Demi Moore during the visit to Nepal in 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

good movies

I’m not saying her heart doesn’t still carry a torch for her ex, I don’t know her, but for frigs sake, the press can sure rub her nose in it, referring to Ashley’s new love Mila Kunis, in every single article published about Demi. I like Demi, respect her for her work ethic, as a mother and a strong woman, I don’t want to see her SAD. She’s a fine looking woman for her age, she just needs a fab script and get back to making good movies, or a TV series and show this generation she’s more than a famous Cougar.

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