A new report from TMZ said Demi Moore has not checked in at the Cirque Lodge in Utah -- where multiple sources told "Extra" she was staying. Did Moore decide to move to a new facility, or was it just a giant fake out?
US Weekly is claiming the actress' inner circle is blaming Ashton Kutcher for her downward spiral, and says Bruce Willis is the only one she can truly count on.
"Extra" correspondent Renee Bargh met with heartthrob Zac Efron, who addressed recent headlines claiming Demi Moore was pursuing him romantically. "I don't know, me and Rumer have been friends for a long time. I know Demi is going through some personal stuff right now. I just wish her well. I hope she's doing okay."
Efron, 24, is co-starring in a new animated film "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" with Taylor Swift.
Demi Moore is spending some much-needed time in rehab, and coincidentally, the troubled actress is at the same facility as Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, Brooke Mueller, according to X17Online.
"Extra" was the first to report that Moore was admitted last week to the luxurious, $1,500-a-day Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah. Mueller, 34, entered the facility a few weeks prior to Moore's arrival. Brooke, who has been in rehab several times before, was arrested for cocaine possession last December in Aspen. A source revealed, "Brooke is in treatment and doing fine. She'll get through it and she knows there's a good chance this won't be her last time in rehab."
Actress Demi Moore may be seeking treatment at the famed Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah, according to multiple "Extra" sources. (Scroll down to the bottom for the latest update!)
Demi has not been seen since her friends made the frantic 911 call last week that led to Moore's hospitalization. Her location has been the subject of wild speculation, some reports saying she's seeking "spiritual counseling," and now "Extra" has learned she may be getting it at Cirque.
Actress Demi Moore is taking extra precautions while she recuperates at her Beverly Hills home, X17online reports.
Sources told X17online that the 49-year-old has hired an armed bodyguard to patrol the outside the home and approve people as they enter her residence.
A black Lexus belonging to Ashton Kutcher was spotted pulling up to Demi Moore's home on Wednesday afternoon, after a concerned-looking Bruce Willis arrived to her residence earlier in the day, according to X17Online.
These visits were made hours after People's cover story detailing shocking revelations from insiders, who claimed Moore was starving herself for love. A source from the magazine told "Extra," "She constantly needed reassurance that she was sexy and good-looking."
Demi Moore is on the latest cover of People, which reveals new details about her "dangerous desperation to stay young and skinny."
As her marriage to 33-year-old Ashton Kutcher was ending and her 50th birthday approaching, the actress grappled with feelings of insecurity, and according to insiders, she partied hard and was hardly eating. The mother of three was reportedly addicted to Red Bull, inhaling nitrous oxide, or whip-its, and was suspected of smoking a powerful incense drug, K2, before her hospitalization in January.
"Lifechangers" host and addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky expressed his concern over Demi Moore and her recent health crisis involving substance abuse - which reportedly included smoking an incense-like substance.
Various media outlets reported Moore, who experienced "convulsions," was most likely smoking K2, an illegal herbal incense laced with powerful drugs. Dr. Drew explained, "It's terribly dangerous and a seizure is a common manifestation of its use."