Demi Moore was greatly loved as a youth star in the 1990s by playing Molly in the movie “Ghost”.
She gained great popularity as she occupied notebook pads, which can be called male students’ “popularity criterion” at that time.
How is she, who made many people unable to sleep at night, doing now?
Recently, Spanish media outlet Marca introduced Demi Moore’s daily life.
Demi Moore, who was born in 1962 and is 60 years old this year, has been constantly sharing her status through Instagram.
Recently, she posted photos of her having dinner with her children and her ex-husband Bruce Willis, whom she divorced in 2000.
The two continue to have an amicable relationship 22 years after their divorce.
In the midst of this, her visual stands out.
Demi Moore is also famous for spending as much as 700 million won to get her entire body done.
The reason for her plastic surgery is said to be largely due to her third husband Ashton Kutcher.
Demi Moore started her relationship with Ashton Kutcher when she was filming the 2003 film “Charlie’s Angels 2”.
In September 2005, they got married at a mansion in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, USA.
Ashton Kutcher is 16 years younger than Demi Moore.
However, it is said that their marriage’s happiness did not last long.
According to Demi Moore’s autobiography, she was placed in a rehabilitation facility for treatment due to Ashton Kutcher’s affairs throughout their marriage, which resulted in her anorexia and eating disorder.
She also shocked everyone by revealing the story of how she was pregnant with Ashton Kutcher’s child but suffered a miscarriage 6 months into the pregnancy.
Demi Moore believed that being in good shape was the secret to winning Ashton Kutcher’s heart.
Perhaps that’s why since 2007, Demi Moore has spent more than 700 million won on whole body plastic surgery.
Demi Moore was obsessed with whole body plastic surgery to get Ashton Kutcher’s love back.
However, she ended up divorcing Ashton Kutcher in 2013, and only the tag “700 million whole body plastic surgery” remained. In addition, evaluations such as “She looks so old all of sudden” and “Her face has changed too much” continue.