LOS ANGELES - Demi Moore, who has recently had more ups and downs than a Las Vegas house of ill-repute elevator, says that she is trying her best to cope with the fact that she was dumped big time by her former boy-toy husband Ashton "The Player" Kutcher.
Moore who recently turned down an offer to be a contestant on next year's Dancing With The Stars sat down with LaLaLand Limelight's Huckleberry Citrus at The El Taco Terrifico Diner in Cucamonga.
The two ordered the Seven Layer Nachos and a pitcher of Dos Equis Beer.
The 49-year-old actress was dressed in a Los Angeles Dodgers jersey and Daisy Duke short shorts. She asked Mr. Citrus to please not mention the fact that "Alley Cat" Kutcher is reportedly dating her daughter Rumer.
Citrus assured her that he would not mention it except to say that he hopes that Rumer sees him for what he is and dumps his picture-taking butt as soon as possible.
Demi leaned over and gave Citrus a fist bump and a kiss right on the lips. Citrus was surprised. Moore asked him if he was married.
Citrus was so flustered that he told her that he honestly could not remember.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Huckleberry Citrus is married to the gorgeously sexy Margarita Mixx, a reporter with The Tinsel Town Times Tribune.]
After the meal Moore asked Citrus if he would like to dance. He smiled and said that he wouldn't mind except for the fact that there was no music.
"Darnit!" Demi exclaimed.
Citrus then told her that he had heard from a very reliable source that she was actually thinking about changing her first name.
Moore grinned and replied that the thought has crossed her mind twice or five times.
When asked why, she answered that it is getting to the point where every day more and more people are confusing her with either Demi Lovato or Demi Saltmeister.
Citrus asked who in the world Demi Saltmeister was. Moore giggled and replied that Demi Saltmeister is the featured pole dancer at The Ten-Foot Pole Lounge in Redondo Beach.
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