Popular actor Bruce Willis and Demi Moore were one of the most talked star couples in the 90s in Hollywood.
But unlike the latter pairs, the separation between Moore and Willis was anything but dramatic and sensational for the public and the media. The amiable friendship between the two may in fact be one of the best and healthiest relationships seen in the modern day. But even those come with their fair share of fights and scandals.
Demi Moore had split with Bruce Willis in 1998. The pair officially filed for divorce in 2000. A year later, Willis’ comedy film Bandits was released. His co-star January Jones at the time was already involved in a 3-year relationship with That 70s Show star, Ashton Kutcher.
However, Kutcher had grown increasingly convinced about Jones’s alleged fling with Bruce Willis because of the pair’s budding friendship over the course of filming Bandits. They split soon after and 4 years later, Kutcher was married to Bruce Willis’s former wife, Demi Moore.
Demi Moore opens up on Bruce Willis
In her memoir, Inside Out, Demi Moore detailed the unraveling of the events of 2001: “Ashton was convinced they’d had a fling on set.” Upon asking January Jones herself about whether Kutcher’s paranoia held any substance or reason behind it, Moore was faced with an incredulous response from the actress: “Are you serious? I told him a hundred times, I didn’t want to f–k that old man!”
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were married for 6 years from 2005 to 2011 until their divorce on grounds of the latter’s infidelity.
Bruce Willis was recently spotted for the first time since his family revealed that he had been diagnosed with frontotemporal dementia (FTD) last month. The retired actor stepped out in Santa Monica on Thursday. FTD symptoms often arise in younger patients between the ages of 40 and 65, according to the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
In an interview published by the Bild newspaper, a person close to the actor claims that his symptoms have worsened. The symptoms first began to show up in Bruce Willis, as reported by the British newspaper Daily Mail, two years earlier.
During the filming sessions in which the actor was present, people present could already sense that something was not right. He had difficulty in holding conversations, coupled with not being able to connect words correctly. Now, Friends actor Matthew Perry has commented on Willis’ worsening health.