Did cheating lead to a Demi-Ashton split?

‘A painful time’: An insider reports that Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have split due to Ashton’s “serial cheating.” (Getty Images file photo)‘A painful time’: An insider reports that Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have split due to Ashton’s “serial cheating.” (Getty Images file photo)

‘A painful time’: An insider reports that Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have split due to Ashton’s “serial cheating.” (Getty Images file photo)‘A painful time’: An insider reports that Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have split due to Ashton’s “serial cheating.” (Getty Images file photo)

Rumor has it that Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are splitting!

The pair were considered an odd couple when they first clicked in 2003, but they married in 2005 and have become one of Hollywood’s most stable couples — with 33-year-old Ashton serving as doting stepdad to Demi’s three daughters with ex-husband Bruce Willis. But now, accusations of an affair are dogging them.

“Ashton and Demi have separated and the marriage is over,” an insider reportedly told Star magazine. “The relationship ended because of Ashton’s serial cheating. It’s a painful time for Demi.”

The newly minted “Two and a Half Men” star is alleged to have spent his Sept. 24 wedding anniversary at a hotel with a 23-year-old woman, not his 48-year-old wife.

While partying at a club until 1 a.m., “Ashton didn’t look like someone who was celebrating a wedding anniversary,” a fellow reveler told Radar Online.

According to a Radar source, the woman has hooked up with an attorney and “is freaking out.”

We really hope this is all idle rumor, since Demi and Ashton really seem to have a strong bond! Stay tuned. …

 

Jen Might Be Remarrying

Jennifer Aniston isn’t letting ex-husband Brad Pitt’s remarks about their marriage get her down — because she’s focused on her future with current beau Justin Theroux, according to OK! magazine.

The former poster child for jilted wives is now allegedly planning a wedding with her actor-screenwriter beau, not paying attention to Brad’s Parade magazine confessions about being bored during their marriage. (He later insisted his remarks were misinterpreted, and not intended to slam Jen.)

Sources tell the tabloid that the former “Friends” star will wed Justin by the end of the year.

“Why should she let stupid gossip get in the way when she’s finally met a guy who’s better than Brad?” an insider scoffed. “It’s true that she was knocked sideways when Brad’s interview first came out—who wouldn’t have been? He said some horribly insensitive things. But Jen is convinced that Justin is the love of her life. That’s her focus, not wallowing in the past. That’s Brad’s problem — he made an idiot of himself.”

Meanwhile, it seems the romantic-comedy actress may have finally found the man who will give her a real-life happily ever after.

“Justin’s getting ring ideas from Jen’s friends,” a friend confides.

And the first insider gushes, “His total love and support made it possible for her to move on from Brad — and she’s losing herself in wedding plans.”

After years of tabloid rumors, we won’t believe Jen’s getting remarried until her camp officially confirms it. But it does seem like she’s happy, so that’s good news!

 

Jessica: Postponing Wedding?

Jessica Simpson has put her wedding to former 49ers tight end Eric Johnson on hold, according to Us magazine.

“Everything is up in the air,” a source told the tabloid. “She can’t figure out what kind of day she wants. Some days she wants a big wedding in Hawaii, then other days she wants something closer to home.”

But is something more going on?

“She was so gung ho about planning their wedding, and now she’s gone dark,” a friend said. “She won’t commit to a date.”

Hmmm …

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