A corseted Demi Moore covers yet another magazine without any noticeable product to promote (that is if you don't count her bad Twitter self), only this time she's fully intact and ready to fight back against all those body-image bullies who have been talking smack about her "naturally pretty" self. Ashton And Demi Tweetup In The Bedroom
"In truth," she says, "I wish there was a little bit less curiosity and fascination with how I look, whether it's good or bad. I understand it, though, and I know it's not something I can control. I only hope it's serving some sort of purpose.... It feels like school-yard name-calling a lot of the time. It hurts. You know what? Maybe one day I'll go under the knife. It just irritates me that people are constantly saying how much I've spent on plastic surgery."
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Anyway, in the same interview, Demi goes on to talk about the extreme obsession she had with her body ("I made it a measure of my own value," she said.), how brave it was for her to pose naked on the cover of Vanity Fair so many years ago ("I was brave. I was so brave! I had no sense of the impact that it would have."), and then hinted at the possibility of gracing her beautiful 47-year-old body with another baby bump sometime in the near future.
On having another child the much younger Ashton, she said: "We talk about it and it's something that we would like. He's an amazing father to my daughters already, so I have no doubt that if it's in our future, it would be another incredible part of our journey together."
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Incredible would be the operating word here. Lest you forget, the woman is FORTY-SEVEN. And while her face doesn't look it, chances are her womb certainly does.
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