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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

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This is a recent photo of Ashton Kutcher's new 'play thing' Sarah Leal. (Photo by Charlie Sheen).

HOLLYWOOD - Demi Moore has had her share of disappointments throughout her movie career.

Back in 1985, she appeared in the film St. Elmo's Fire with a group of young actors who became known as "The Brat Pack."

"The Brat Pack" included Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe, Andrew McCarthy, Ally Sheedy, and Demi Moore.

Demi was actually fired three days before the final shooting on the film because she had gotten into a fistfight with Rob Lowe and was actually winning until Emilio Estevez and Andrew McCarthy jumped on her and wrestled her to the ground.

During the filming of 1997's G.I. Joe, Moore got into a very heated argument with one of the production companies hair stylist who insisted that Demi shave her underarms. She told him that since she was portraying a soldier that she would keep the underarm hair as was the custom of most female soldiers.

Demi Moore is presently devastated at the fact that her 'boy toy' husband of six years Ashton Kutcher has left her and is playing "Mr. Playboy" with lots of young, nubile, females including Sarah Leal of Texas.

Moore has said that in the past, Ashy, as she calls him, would go out and act like an alley cat but that he would always return back to her nest and act as if everything was fine which Moore said was fine with her.

But lately it got to where Kutcher would only return home to get a change of underwear, some Tic Tacs, and some spending money which Demi would give him.

According to Tittle Tattle Tonight, Demi Moore has been approached by her good friend and fellow boy toy possessor Courtney Cox about making a guest starring appearance on her show Cougar Town while dressed in the skimpiest swimsuit that Victoria's Secret sells.

October 29, is National Ain't It Great To Be In A Union Day, except in Wisconsin where Governor Scott Walker issued a state decree that all unions have to leave the state by November 15, 2011 or risk fines of up to $2 million for each day that they remain in "The Cheese State."

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