Demi Moore defends old people

Demi Moore is beginning to speak out about ageism in Hollywood because after spending $460k in plastic surgery to make herself look younger, she still hasn’t been able to land any high profile roles.

After a string of flops in the 1990s, she took a career break, during which time she met her current husband, 29-year-old Ashton Kutcher.

Miss Moore then returned to the screen in 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, emerging from the sea in a skimpy bikini which showed off the results of a cosmetic surgery spending spree.

As well as breast implants, collagen injections and liposuction on her hips, thighs and stomach, she had a £5,000 procedure to lift the sagging skin on her knees.

She also employed an army of advisers – including a nutritionist, personal trainer, yoga teacher and kick-boxing coach.
But since then she has appeared in just two films, Bobby and Half Light, with two more scheduled for release this autumn.

Old age sucks. Especially when you’re 60 like Demi Moore. She’s not 60? Well, whatever. That’s not the point. The point is I want to watch nubile chicks with tight bodies writhe around on a two story big screen. Not some wrinkly thing prancing about with loose skin flopping everywhere. That’s gross. I say, if plastic surgery is what it takes to achieve my dream, I will be the first to applaud these ladies who choose to inject bovine protein into their faces.

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16 years ago

Is that your idea of humour? Maybe you’ll gain some wisdom and insight when you finally grow up but somehow I doubt you’ve got enough intelligence quotient.

16 years ago

What gives you the right to make such demands? Have you been totally brainwashed by the media into believing that only youth, taut bodies and big breasts are desirable? If so, you’ll always be a miserable person because if such people exist, they’ll not likely to give you, a mere mortal, the time of day. And if you happen to be young, perfect and hot as well, you’ll still end up miserable because you’ll not stay that way forever, and the people you hang with who reflect your values will never hang around after it’s your turn to get old.