Demi Moore has spent an estimated $450K on cosmetic surgery to defy the ravages of time. Unfortunately, despite her looks, she still can’t land roles and recently started crying about ageism in Hollywood. I was hoping she’d bake some cookies or knit a quilt instead, but here’s what she had to say, as reported by The Sun:
“It’s been a challenging few years, being the age I am. Almost to the point where I felt like, well, they don’t know what to do with me. I am not 20. Not 30. There aren’t that many good roles for women over 40. A lot of them don’t have much substance, other than being someone’s mother or wife.”
Demi forked over big bucks to keep her body in shape, but didn’t get the results she was looking for:
As well as breast implants, collagen injections and liposuction on her hips, thighs and stomach, she had a £5,000 (roughly $10K U.S. dollars) 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.
You know what would be a great role for Demi Moore? Playing someone’s grandmother. Ashton Kutcher’s perhaps. She’d bring some real authenticity to the role. I honestly should be a casting director. Except I’d always have to cast myself as the Romantic Lead. I’m perfect for it, what with these rock-hard pecs, sweet biceps and a jawline that makes women want to passionately ravage me then do my laundry. But I’d make sure I cast someone hot to be my love interest. No one over 30. Dude, that’s gross. Why would you even suggest that? Your mom ate modeling glue while you were in the womb? Say no more.