Bruce Willis and Demi Moore Are Having a Lovely Quarantime

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As Americans, it’s our god-given right to quarantine with whomever we want. If exes Bruce Willis and Demi Moore want to isolate together with their three adult daughters and their partners, so be it!


But if they’re going to keep posting whimsical photos of themselves in matching pajamas and posing with individual copies of How to Rule the World From Your Couch, it forces me to ask some questions. Such as: Why isn’t Willis quarantining with his current wife of 11 years, Emma Heming, and their 8- and 5-year-old daughters?

Heming seems to be supportive of Willis’s decision to spend his quarantime with Moore and their kids, posting comments like “love and miss you guys” while the group poses with enormous silverware without her.

Then again, the most recent post to her own account was from her and Willis’s anniversary on March 21; a throwback photo of them on a ride at a theme park...or is it a roller coaster? What could it mean? [People]

Katy Perry is making the most of her baby bump, using it to conveniently pad out this bunny costume I guess she spent Sunday just wearing around the house.


Do you think that decorative assortment of straw hats is always on that wall, or is it a spring-specific installation? These are the thoughts that torment me as I try to fall asleep. [Us Weekly]


  • Brad Pitt is moved to tears by his own generosity. [Daily Mail]
  • Vanessa Bryant wrote an emotional Instagram post about her late husband, Kobe Bryant, on the fourth anniversary of his retirement from the NBA. [Us Weekly]
  • Abby Huntsman did not have a great time at The View. [Us Weekly]
  • Evergreeen thought: “Get it, Kate Beckinsale!” [TMZ]



I’m very encouraged by stories of exes with kids who manage to get along - move ahead with their own lives - while still understanding that their connection with their ex, if they have children, won’t ever go away. I think very highly of those who can deal with that and do what’s best for the “family” unit even if that looks strange to others and even if it means compromise and sometimes resentment to be negotiated.