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Never Again! Demi Moore ‘Hard-Pressed’ to Cut Her Hair Off for a Role Again



Not budging! Demi Moore can’t see herself chopping off her hair for a film role ever again.

The actress, 59, said she’s “hard-pressed” to cut her signature brunette locks in an interview published on Monday, July 25. As fans know, Moore famously shaved her head to portray Jordan O’Neill in the 1997 drama G.I. Jane.

While the role is perhaps one of Moore’s most famous works, she has no plans to undergo another dramatic hair transformation.

“I think now that I’m older, I also know, I don’t have anything to prove. So if they really need my hair different, they can give me a wig,” the New Mexico native told People.

Moore also told the publication that when it comes to her tresses, she now prefers to keep things simple.

“I’ve done everything to my hair. I’ve shaved it. I’ve dyed it. I’ve had a bob. When I’m not working, I try to do as little to it as possible,” she said. “It’s stressful even having someone touch it. If I don’t have anywhere to go, I don’t put heat on it—I just try to let it do its own thing. And I don’t wash it too often.”

Like Moore’s mane, her personal life is also thriving.

In June, a source exclusively revealed to Us Weekly that her relationship with Daniel Humm is heating up.

“Demi and Daniel have gotten a lot more serious and are spending way more time together,” the insider said at the time, revealing the couple see each other “two weekends a month on average but sometimes more.”

The Ghost actress and the chef, 46, are “still in the honeymoon phase,” the source added, noting that Moore and Humm are “wildly attracted to one another.”

When it comes to their relationship status, the twosome are “going with the flow as opposed to diving into an intense commitment,” per the insider.

Us confirmed in April that Moore is dating Humm after the duo sparked romance speculation while attending a Paris Fashion Week event together one month prior. Also in June, the lovebirds became Instagram official, with Moore giving her followers a glimpse of their trip to Versailles in France.

Moore has previously been married three times. In 1980 she married Freddy Moore, and the two split in 1985. She then married Bruce Willis two years later. The former couple, who remain close today, split in 2000. They welcomed daughters Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, in 1988, 1991 and 1994, respectively. In 2005, Moore tied the knot with Ashton Kutcher. They called it quits in 2013.


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RHONJ’s Jennifer Aydin, Danielle Cabral’s Altercation: What to Know



Jennifer Aydin and Danielle Cabral are currently suspended from filming season 14 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey — and Us Weekly has exclusive details on what led to the suspension.

According to a source, the costars got into a “mutual physical” altercation on Thursday, September 21, over several issues. “Jennifer and Danielle got in a fight about a hairdresser they both use and money for a charity event that Danielle allegedly didn’t donate too,” the insider shared with Us. “They are likely going to face some sort of long term suspension.”

Jennifer, 46, didn’t face serious injuries but allegedly also suffered from some light “bleeding” after the incident, which took place while cameras were rolling.

“Bravo released new rules about physical altercations the day after the fight,” the source continued before confirming that “the rest of the cast is still filming” through the end of the month.

A second source tells Us noted that Bravo’s new guidelines about physical altercations were set to be released to talent before the RHONJ drama. The insider said Jennifer — who pushed Danielle first — was on the mend after the small injury, which came as a result of a plastic cup being thrown at her.

Us confirmed on Sunday, September 24, that Jennifer and Danielle, 38, are suspended from filming pending an investigation.

Neither reality star has addressed the news directly on social media. Danielle, though, seemed to allude to the situation with a cryptic quote.

“Focus on the good. And let God handle the rest,” she posted via her Instagram Story on Sunday. As for Jennifer, she has continued to show support for Teresa Giudice and her family on the online platform.

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Before the duo found themselves at odds, Jennifer came to Danielle’s defense during her first season at Bravo. Jennifer previously called out viewers who questioned Danielle’s story about being estranged from her brother and his side of the family.

“I didn’t think there was anything more to the story. I was like, ‘This is so wild to me that we have a new friend that’s opening up to us. [She’s] telling us how vulnerable she is because of her situation.’ And as friends, does that mean that we have to question everything that we say?” Jennifer exclusively told Us in March about the season 13 newcomer. “I don’t know what kind of friends you are. But my friends, when they come and they vent to me about something, I just listen. I listen, I hold their hand, I take their words for what it is.”

She continued: “I don’t sit there and think, ‘Well, what did you do? Or what did you do to [cause that]?’ I’ve never treated a friend that way. And ultimately, obviously, there was a slew of things that happened before she blocked them on Instagram. I don’t know what any of that is.”

Jennifer maintained that she couldn’t understand why viewers think “there’s more” to Danielle’s story.

“But I do think the catalyst — what broke the camel’s back — was her blocking him. From what she has told me — and she’s my friend and I believe what she says — she said he was very angry. [She said], ‘He blocked me off Instagram and [took me out of his] wedding.’ And that’s how she portrayed the story. I didn’t get why everybody was investigating or [what] everybody wanted,” she concluded. “Like, dude, we just met the girl and already you’re interrogating her. So I didn’t buy any of that. Which is why you heard me say nothing. Because I was basically the one saying, ‘I don’t understand. Our friend is telling us she’s going through something. Why does it matter? Why can’t we just be a friend?’”

With reporting by Andrea Simpson and Nicole Massabrook

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Eminem’s Daughter Details Watching Dad Perform With 50 Cent



Eminem’s daughter may just be his biggest fan.

Hailie Jade Mathers, 27, shared she was “so hype” to witness her dad, 50, perform with 50 Cent last weekend.

“We went to the 50 Cent concert and I was so freaking happy,” she said on the Friday, September 22, episode of her “Just a Little Shady” podcast. “I have not seen him perform since … I seriously think it was sixth grade. It’s been so long.”

50 Cent (real name Curtis James Jackson III), 48, brought out Eminem (real name Marshall Mathers) in a surprise performance in Detroit on September 17 during his U.S. tour. Mathers shared that she found out her dad was coming out “right before” it happened.

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“First of all, I was just happy because there’s so many bangers that I feel that everybody just forgets about,” she said. “There’s like the club songs but then there’s so many that you’re like ‘Holy s—t.’ Bop after bop after bop.”

She went on to add that the production of the entire show at the Pine Knob Music Theatre was a level unlike anything she had ever seen before.

“I mean pyro, confetti cannons,” she said. “There was one song where pyro went off for the entire song. And I was like this is sick. So yeah anyways I was not disappointed.”

As for fellow concert-goers, Mathers, who announced her engagement to longtime boyfriend Evan McClintock in February, noted that the performance was the most “crowded and hectic” she had ever seen at the music venue.

“Anytime I’ve ever been to a show there, I feel like I have not seen that many people,” she said. “It was insane. So that was one of my best Sundays in a long time.”

The Michigan State University alum is the daughter of Eminem and his ex Kimberly Scott, who was his high school sweetheart. The pair married in 1999 but separated two years later. They later rekindled their romance, but called it quits for good in 2006.

This is not the first time Mathers has gushed about her dad. Two years ago, she shared via TikTok that he was her most listened to Spotify artist. In fact, she was in his top 3% of listeners that year, according to the app.

Eminem has notoriously kept his children away from the public eye. Aside from Mathers, he also shares his adopted niece Alania Marie Mathers with Scott, 48. (Alania is the biological daughter of Scott’s twin sister, Dawn.)

The rapper also is the adopted father of Stevie Lane (born Whitney Scott Mathers), who is Scott’s child with another man.

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