Demi Moore dating 37 yo actor Martin Henderson, makes sure we know about it

Oh Demi. The celebrity press has been dominated with news about Demi’s daughters cutting her out of their lives because she’s been annoying them with needy incessant messages. We’ve heard that Demi is in deep despair and “heartbroken” over her estranged husband Ashton Kutcher’s new romance with Mila Kunis, and that Demi was holding out hope for a reunion. We’ve seen multiple paparazzi photos of Ashton and Mila together, including some recent ones in which they were making out. So what does Demi do? She goes and gets herself a new piece, an out-of-work actor who no doubt needs the publicity, and makes sure there are photos of the two of them together along with a narrative about their breezy, romantic getaway. This is Demi’s playbook, and it’s getting as stale as her plastic surgery denials. Here’s more, including exclusive photos, thanks to Life & Style, which has more in their upcoming issue.

Life & Style can exclusively reveal that Demi Moore, 49, has been secretly dating New Zealand–born actor Martin Henderson, who is 12 years her junior.

Life & Style has obtained exclusive photos of the couple on a romantic Connecticut getaway. On July 19, Demi and Martin went to lunch at Nine Main Bakery and Deli in New Preston, Conn. “She was in line and a Colbie Caillat song came on — she started singing along and dancing in a playful, flirty way,” shares a fellow diner. After lunch, the two went grocery shopping together, then drove back to the house where they stayed on their vacation.

“They were very comfortable with each other,” notes a fellow diner.

Three days earlier, they’d enjoyed a lobster dinner at a friend’s house, followed by a two-hour hike at Steep Rock Preserve the next morning. Later that night, Demi and Martin, 37, joined pals for a casual outdoor barbecue. “They just kept chatting and laughing,” reports a guest.

Notes another insider who saw the actress on her romantic getaway, “She looked great — chatty, healthy and happy.”
Martin, an Australian TV star, appeared in Britney Spears’ steamy “Toxic” video in 2004. He previously dated Phone Booth star Radha Mitchell, with whom he starred in 1999′s Kick.

For more on Demi and her new man, pick up this week’s issue of Life & Style, on newsstands now.

[From Life & Style]

Kaiser remembers this guy from The Ring, and I barely do now that she’s reminded me. That movie was so creepy that I tried not to pay attention and fast forwarded through a lot of it. I don’t think this relationship is real. I mean, I would like it if Demi moved on and wasn’t the sad sack popping ADHD drugs that she’s been made out to be following her overdose. To me that means focusing on herself and feeling better, not finding a new guy and burying her sorrows in a new relationship. I’ve been rooting for Demi, but it seems so predictable the way she’s rolling out some new guy in the press. Demi’s tired PR narrative has her as sexy, desirable, and so carefree she’s jamming out to music spontaneously. We’ve heard this before, but the reality is not as rosy.

Note that Demi didn’t score the cover of Life & Style, even when the mag got exclusive photos and details straight from her PR people. That honor went to Kourtney Kardashian’s ongoing relationship drama. Does she think that this is going to make Ashton so jealous he dumps Mila and comes crawling back to her? I do think that’s her plan. Demi needs a few hobbies.

 

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  1. Bubulle says:

    Whatever Demi, people still think you’re sad and need to act your age.

  2. Toot says:

    Demi looks good to me. Like I said before, she’s not thinking about her daughters after all that mess that’s been put in the press by their side.

  3. M3l says:

    I remember him from Echo Point which just makes me feel old.

  4. Ari says:

    Argh her knees. I dont know why they bother me. Anyway I remember him from the ring!! he was the father of the boy but estranged from the mom who saved the boy (supposedly lol) apparently I know too much about this movie MOVING ON…glad to see she is happy? but that flirty dancing thing (urgh)

    • Sassy says:

      Women her age don’t wear shorts and tanks while out and about. It is not Hollywood. A covered up look is much more appropriate. She has a good figure.

      • RN says:

        Oh please. Where do you live that women over age 40 don’t wear shorts and tanks in public?

      • Holl says:

        RN, no one is saying she can’t wear shorts…its just that she shouldn’t wear them that short. I feel uncomfortable shopping at Forever 21 at 27 because I feel the styles are too young for me. Obviously, hollywood people don’t have such feelings when they are 48 going on 21…

      • gee says:

        i think the shorts are fine. the see-thru shirt on the other hand…

      • Really? says:

        Give me an effing break! I live in France (in the south) and you should see what the older divas wear here! Topless on the Med at any age, thongs and lace stockings to the gym, shorts and tanks galore – from the way you put it, they should be wearing burquas or something to cover up their “sin” of having survived long enough to live past their 20′s. Aaargh, i hate ageism! Face it, we don’t live forever, the body ages, the skin ages, the knees give in to gravity, since when did this become a travesty??? When i see the older French women here, they are so much more in touch with this fact and as a result, so much more in touch with their lives! Demi would look very much at home here. At least she wouldn’t be followed around by the age patrol searching for any signs of chronological weakness and questionable fashion sense.

      • Belle says:

        I am not a Demi fan… at all. Have to admit that I thought the outfit looked cute. Yes, the tank/cami is either a bit too sheer, or her choice of a darker bra under it was a mistake… though she should probably be commended for even wearing a bra(; Overall though, she has the body for it, and I don’t find the outfit to be inappropriate for her age.

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Really- I personally think ALL women should cover up more, regardless of their age. It’s creepy to see little girls and teens in skankwear, and it’s just sad to see older women do it, because they should know better. I’m admittedly no feminist but I don’t see how exposing yourself is empowering, in fact I think it would be the opposite because it makes the focus your body instead of your intellect or personality. But that’s JMO :D

      • Emily says:

        I will immediately inform my mother that it is not “appropriate” for her to wear comfortable clothes when it’s hot out.

        Or not. Give me a break. There’s nothing wrong with what Demi’s wearing, or with her braids.

      • LAK says:

        @sunmoonstars – “I’m admittedly no feminist but I don’t see how exposing yourself is empowering, in fact I think it would be the opposite because it makes the focus your body instead of your intellect or personality” ————————————————-
        Hon, hate to break it to you but valuing your intellect and personality is one of the core tennets of feminism. I am assuming you are female of course in making this correction.

        Feminism isn’t a static notion. It started as one thing ie fighting for recognition of our intellect, capability, value and separate identity from men. These days we are fighting not to be recognised as sexual objects whatever our questionable clothing choices. It’s the SLUT movement’s current brand of feminism. I am sure 20yrs further down the line, we’ll be fighting for some other aspect of female recognition.

  5. Tanya says:

    the definition of insanity? doing the same thing over and expecting different results. why oh why would she expose herself to this vast age difference issue again at her age?… I get that she looks great…that’s not the point. She is almost 50.. and with her body image and self esteem issues this will just cause her pain.

  6. two_seconds_ago says:

    Nooo! Not Martin! Please don’t let him be the next Mr. Demi Moore :-(

  7. MK yarwood says:

    She does actually look better. Maybe 10lbs better!

    • gg says:

      I agree, she looks so much better! I think this is the first step for her moving on. I was glad when the pics of K & M kissing came out, because ffs, it’s time they stopped having to hide from 1 person that might not like it in her delusion.

  8. Nanz says:

    He needs a shirt that fits properly. Also, collar down = less douchey.

  9. DanaG says:

    Didn’t Demi learn from last time around to date someone around her own age? It is so sad really. Ashton has moved on and instead of pretending she has and everything is rosy Demi needs to really take stock of things and get back on the right track with her family. We are getting a play by play I’m amazed they missed the they have sizzling sex bit.

  10. lullaby says:

    the picture where she’s smiling hard shows her true age. the deep lines around her mouth are undeniable. This guy is older than Ashton but still too large an age gap to do any good for her. I should know, I’ve been dating a much younger guy for two years and the good times do not outweigh all the stress and drama inflicted by the gap in age. eventually, it DOES matter. only pain is left for the older woman when it’s all said and done and these men just move right along.

    • sunmoonstars says:

      At least you know what you’re in for, most women don’t seem to have a clue. I know it’s not PC to say but just because younger women/older men can work doesn’t mean the reverse will as well. Hope everything works out for you :)

      • sunmoonstars says:

        tripmom- I’ve never dated anyone younger than me, I have a thing for older guys. My husband is 12 years older than I. No offense but it’s just one of those things that I don’t care what other people do but for me it’s gross and creepy. People might say the same for me and my husband but that’s fine. We all have our preferences and we’re all free to do whatever we want so it’s all good!

    • tripmom says:

      It sounds like you’ve had a bad experience, and I’m sorry to hear that, but that’s quite a generalization you’re making. My husband is seven years younger than me, and we’ve been happily married for 6 years. Yes, sometimes the age gap is difficult, but what’s more important is whether there’s a maturity gap, and luckily, we’re pretty even there. Not all guys that are with older women will eventually screw them over for a younger girl. Sometimes it works.

      • Belle says:

        Honestly, I don’t think 7 years is a big deal… unless we are talking about an under-age thing. The difference between Ashton and Demi was MUCH more… and while I wouldn’t normally think much about her age difference with this new guy, she clearly has issues and is only going for younger guys because in her twisted mind, it proves that she is still ‘young and hot’.

      • Belle says:

        Also, for whatever it is worth, I don’t think Ashton necessarily screwed Demi over. Yes, the word was that he cheated… but after hearing so much about what a head case she is, I don’t think any part of their relationship was healthy, and she was clearly using him, trying to hang onto her youth.

      • Emily says:

        What Belle said.

        I think it’s rare for any very large age gap to work no matter the sexes of the people involved. Seven years is big if it’s 18 and 25, but not a big deal if it’s 25 and 32. Twenty years or so is always big, though. I think younger women are just better at keeping their stuff under the radar than younger men are.

  11. cmc says:

    Why is the KK/Scott Disick drama still a thing?! It’s been years. Are they trying to be the new Speidi? Incidentally, whatever happened to them?

    Yeah, that’s how little I care about Demi. Can’t even focus on her while commenting on her own post.

  12. LAK says:

    I remember him from BRIDE & PREJUDICE.HOw long ago was that?

  13. Krock says:

    She looks so much better! I don’t care who she dates, whatever. I’m just glad she looks healthier.

    • Toot says:

      Agree. And this guy is closer to her age.

    • Krock says:

      JudyK good for you! Woohoo! You had young guys wanting you. Bravo! Did this article compel you to come here and make sure we know that you have 2 young guys that want you?
      Who are you to say she needs to stop? LOL Let her have fun whats the big deal? Seriously why do you care and say she needs to stop? I’ll be waiting for your reply.

      • JudyK says:

        First of all, that was a LONG time ago.

        I’m secure enough in myself that I have never needed to prop myself up w/ young guys. I personally find it disgusting, but that’s just my opinion, which, by the way, I am entitled to.

        I think that both JLo and Demi have serious insecurity issues.

      • lafairy says:

        @JudyK: Liking younger men does not equal with systematically with wanting your youth back, maybe it s as simple as wath it is: just liking younger men!

        Many older men make that obvious choice and nobody cast stones to them or follow them calling them pathetic!

        You know what is truely pathetic? Setting a very rigid frame of choices of life to yourself anxd expecting that everyone should comply with it!

        You might be claim self-confidence, but declining younger interested in you only because they were younger actually screams fears, conventionalism and ageing insecurities.

        When one is being self-confident he/she rarely casts stones to others…

      • JudyK says:

        lafairy, it is simply my personal preference. I agree w/ much of what you said and disagree with much of it. I can’t imagine having much in common with someone so much younger. I personally prefer someone who is my equal in knowledge and living experience, but, again, that is just MY preference.

        I find it equally puzzling why a man would want a much younger woman for the very same reasons. I am not rigid; you do not know me; and I agree with the other poster who said you are rude and condescending.

      • lafairy says:

        @JudyK:

        Just as you I stated MY opinion on this thread but also on your comment.

        and you are as rude and condescending to women who are in relationship with younger men, calling them” patheticaly insecure” is a high representation of respect as one knows…I just gave you a taste of what it is to be on the receiving end of being judged as cruely as you did, apparently you find it rude only when you are not the one who gives it…oddly…

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Judyk, don’t waste your breath, that poster cannot grasp the fact that a dissenting opinion isn’t a personal direct insult to her or women in general. I know I sleep soundly at night knowing she’s out there defending the internet from the horrors of unapproved opinions and speaking on behalf of all women!

      • lafairy says:

        @sunmoon:
        you are one to talk! If one take a look to all your comments on this thread the only thing that this person will see is someone who try to “impose” her own very limitative thoughts about women in general: how to dress, how to date, and even how to think, and you act like you are very offended that someone else do so with you??

        I think your opinions are really harmful and as you have the right to express them I have the right to find them revolting and to say it!

        maybe you should try first hand what you pretend to preach!

        PS: I don’t speak for all women I was giving MY opinions on your thoughts from middle-age!

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Let me quote you:

        “How about all women feel insulted by the very obvious double standard your are you are campaigning for?”

        Seems like you were speaking for all women there, or at least claiming to. I may be narrow minded, limitative and backwards but I’m not so stupid that I can’t scroll down and copy and paste a direct quote from one of your posts.

        However, I’ll just end this right here and now because arguing on the internet is like winning the Special Olympics…and this is going nowhere and is just a waste of everyone’s time. Thanks for reminding me why I prefer to stay far, far away from other women :)

        (somewhere a hugbox is missing their human lol)

      • lafairy says:

        @Sunnymoon:
        “but I’m not so stupid that I can’t scroll down and copy and paste a direct quote from one of your posts.”

        I beg to really differ, particularly on the first part of the sentence…

        And you should try to work harder on “reading comprehension”.

        “Thanks for reminding me why I prefer to stay far, far away from other women”.

        And for that most of them should feel really really thankful!

        PS: May I advise you to read a book or two, in your case absolutely no harm can be done

        Have a very nice day :-)

        xx (in internet langage=hugs… as everyone knows…)

  14. Green is Good says:

    Pathetic much? Demi gives new meaning to the “Peter Pan Complex”.

  15. dorothy says:

    I hope she’s happy. But dating so soon and another much younger man doesn’t seem like the answer. Looks like she’s going down the same road again.

  16. lafairy says:

    She looks so much better! so much! except for the teeth which are odd , she should fix that?

    But she looks like she gained weight and she looks more relaxed too.

    and oddly I find that the age gap is not that obvious with that man,it’s odd I know but he looks mature so it’s not really shocking to see them together.

    • Elise says:

      I agree. And I think she looks fine for her age. I hope she moves on from her relationship with Ashton, and finds someone who will treat her better.

    • Emily says:

      Yeah, his eyes have intelligence in them and he looks like an adult. Ashton still looks like an airheaded teenage boy, no matter his actual years.

      I do wish that Demi had given herself more time before jumping into anything — but maybe this is just a fun fling for her and she’s not getting too serious. I hope that’s what it is, anyway.

  17. Jayna says:

    A guy in his late thirties is perfectly fine to date. It’s just dating.He’s a man, not a boy. And she’s beautiful. Why wouldn’t be find her attractive to date? How sad women on here say he uses her, but a woman pushing 40 dating a man in his late forties, pushing 50, would be considered age appropriate.

    She looks great in the shorts, better than many half her age.

    • sunmoonstars says:

      It sucks but just because it works for men doesn’t mean it’ll work for women. Why would women want to emulate men anyways? We all know this never ends well and it seems kind of crappy to act like dating a younger guy is some Sex and the City type fantasy instead of a constant mind f*ck. It looks really unpleasant and a source of nonstop self-image issues. I’m sure there are women it works out well for, but the vast majority will just end up heartbroken. Why pretend otherwise?

      Also, insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. She needs to seek help, seriously.

      • Chatcat says:

        Sorry to burst your bubble but my Mom was 39, divorced with two kids, and began dating a 31 y/o bachelor. Her attraction to him was that in many ways he was so opposite of my Dad (who by-the-way was a great Dad, lousy hubby). Step-dad was attracted to Mom because she was attractive, smart, successful funny; he didn’t let the age difference sway his decision in his attraction or subsequent relationship…smart man.

        One child and 42 years later they are still happily married.

        As far as Demi specifically…I am her age, I have 3 kids her children’s ages, and it shouldn’t matter what age man she dates…what she should focus on is the healthiness of the date/relationship despite her/his age difference.

      • lafairy says:

        @Sunmoonstars:

        Why not? Who decides it works for men but not for women? Who?the answer is society and particularly women, women are really harsh toward other women and by doing so they only put limitations to themselves.

        If it’s good for men so it is for women!

        Welcome in the 21th century! I know you will be a bit in shock at first but I am sure you will adjust just perfectly…

        PS: My aunt is 15 years older than my uncle and they are happily married for 25 years… but they had really difficult times because of people like you!

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Lafairy, you do see the delicious irony in complaining about how someone as backwards as me makes life harder for people like your aunt, all while you’re being insulting, condescending and snotty to me? Not all people are as rude in real life as they are on the internet, you know. I may personally disagree with someone’s life choices but it doesn’t affect me and I don’t feel the need to insult anyone who had a different opinion. Is that part of the 21st century too?

        Chatcat, good for your mother. I don’t begrudge her any happiness and your one example isn’t bursting my bubble at all. Sadly, most men aren’t as mature as your stepfather but I’m glad it worked out for her.

      • lafairy says:

        @sunmoonstars:

        You feel insulted by the fact that I find your thoughts degrading and very much from 2 centuries ago?Sensitive much?

        I didn’t insult you I just undelined how anachronistic you thoughts about our gender are!

        How about all women feel insulted by the very obvious double standard your are you are campaigning for?

        If you have the right to express thoughts that rob people the wrong way , so do I.

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Ahh, yes I’M oversensitive, says the person who feels the need to insult everyone with a different opinion. Let’s see, this wasn’t an insult?

        “Welcome in the 21th century! I know you will be a bit in shock at first but I am sure you will adjust just perfectly”

        When did EXPRESSING AN OPINION become trying to force everyone to live by my beliefs? Where did I say that it should be banned or that people shouldn’t do it? All I said was that it usually ends badly and I stand by that statement. It’s great if it works out and I’m thrilled for the people if it does, but usually it doesn’t. If you want to pretend otherwise, knock yourself out!

        Oh, also if you have a problem with MY generalizing then perhaps you shouldn’t speak for ALL women? I’m a woman and you most certainly do NOT speak for me. Looks like you don’t speak for a few others here as well, judging by the comments. People like you are bullies, you try and silence dissenting opinions and thoughts by name calling. It works on others but it won’t work on me, so you might as well give it up. Also, I don’t need you to enlighten me or tell me how anachronistic my opinions are. I’m not telling you that you’re wrong, just that I disagree and I’ve managed to do it without being a b*tch about it. You’d think that if you want more women to be feminists, you’d be a whole lot less nasty.

        PS if you can’t respond without insulting me, then don’t waste your time or mine. Thanks and have a great day!

      • lafairy says:

        @Sunmoon:

        I -thank god- surely do not speak for women like you!

        persecution syndrom much? Bullying?? really??? for going against your very limitative thought that it is ok for you to have a 12 years older husband but when the woman is the oldest it doesn’t work??

        So yes I repeat it I think that a woman who push so much and so hard for the application of a double standard IS living in another century!

        I don’t take that back… and I am not a Feminist, I am just deeply frightened that nowadays some women still believe and push for inequality.

        Oh and you are oddly having the exact same tune with JudyK, oddly…

        PS: and I am not insulting anyone so yes oversensitive it is!

      • sunmoonstars says:

        Funny, because I consider oversensitive to be irrational nasty name calling when someone dares to express an unapproved opinion! If you can’t see how you are being rude and nasty, then I don’t know what to say to you. Insinuating that I’m a sockpuppet of another poster is pretty effing rude and I bet you’d be offended if someone accused you of it. But I certainly don’t expect anyone to treat others with the respect they demand for themselves, that’s just crazy!

        You keep saying that I’m pushing my outdated views on others. Where have I said that it should be illegal or banned, where have I ONCE even insinuated anything of the sort? When did an OPINION become some sort of magical repression that is taking us all back two centuries? You live your life how you see fit and I don’t care as long as it doesn’t affect me. However, I don’t have to pretend that I think it’s great and fantastic when I don’t. But go ahead and think whatever you want, I can tell that this is going nowhere and I don’t really care to be insulted by you and then have you act like *I’m* unreasonable and oversensitive when you know you’d be crying about it if someone was doing it to you. Good day to you.

      • lafairy says:

        @Sunnymoon:

        Sorry I didn’t bother to read another irrational rant from you.
        and here is an advice for you: you should never use the word irrational while typing incomprehensible and poorely structured comments.

        From what I can see you are really agressive to other posters who “dare” to have a different view.

        and I HAVE THE RIGHT to find an opinion dated and backwards: and it’s exactly how I found yours, narrow-minded and from an another age.

        as stated in another answer to one of your long as day uncomprehensible rants: reading is a fantastic hobby you should try to consider it ;-) !

        Have a nice day

    • Emily says:

      @sunmoonstars — People telling you your opinions are sexist and narrow-minded are not “bullying” you. People can disagree, even heatedly, with you without it being “bullying.” I for one am offended that you’d call that bullying — I know what real bullying feels like, and people disagreeing with you vehemently on the internet isn’t it.

      • sunmoonstars says:

        OK whatever. You are right, I’m a sexist outdated jerk and you are all enlightened and oh-so superior. All the butthurt that occurs on this site over dissenting opinions and I’M the one being oversensitive? Haha where do you think I learned it from? I guess being respectful of others only counts when you share the same opinions. Y’all have a nice day and don’t bother responding. YOU WIN :)

        Oh and let me add that I really care deeply about you being offended! It’ll definitely make me cry myself to sleep tonight….because when YOU feel attacked or offended, it matters, but when someone else that you disagree with feels the same, they need to get over it and their feelings aren’t valid? Allrighty then, got it!

      • Jordan says:

        I agree with you, Emily. Throwing the term “bullying” around is a trend now to describe anyone who doesn’t agree with you. People can find someone’s disagreement with them on the internet to come off as antagonistic but to call it bullying is ridiculous.

  18. Maritza says:

    If this relationship were true then she is only setting herself for more heart break. Why on earth doesn’t she fall for a guy closer to her age? Demi needs to act her age and accept that she is no spring chicken.

    • lafairy says:

      he is closer to her age.

      Nobody would bat an eye lash if it would be a 37 years old woman with a 49 years old man!

      a 13 years age gap is not drastic and can be perfectly managed.

      Why it is considered (and not even discussed) perfectly age appropriate for Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie but not for her?

    • Chatcat says:

      Well now Maritza, I have no idea how old you are…but this 49 y/o might be what you define as “no spring chicken” but I get my fair share of flirtations and such by men who are younger, older and same age. As a matter of fact I was having breakfast at a little cafe down the beach just Monday with my 80 y/o Mom and the hot hunk waiter that was probably in his mid 30′s was complimentary serveral times, flirty really, and actually asked me out as we were getting ready to leave. I told him I was flattered, but married and Mom and I got a good chuckle out of it the rest of the day.

      So don’t be so small minded about 49 y/o women…God willing you will be one someday! :)

      • daisydoodle says:

        was looking for a better tip….no seriously, flirting is fine, we’re all human, but ultimately, I’m afraid, the numbers usually don’t work, either way, it’s a huge gap to cover. The difference between 6-7 yrs is really insignificant, however, the greater the number, the difference, I feel, is exponential….always exception to any rule though.

      • Chatcat says:

        @daisy…I thought about the tip thing too…but it was breakfast so the tip was going to be what it was going to be…the flirting I get, but he did ask me out…even this 49 y/o married lady knows the difference between flirting and being asked out on a date.

        Anyway, as I have said on this site many times, 15 years is to me the largest age difference that can work. Beyond that, it becomes too generational.

  19. RHONYC says:

    f*ck the potato salad gallery, Demi.

    get laid, have fun, be merry! :razz: :mrgreen:

  20. lucy2 says:

    She looks better, but I doubt is in a good place to begin a new relationship. Getting herself mentally and physically healthy first should have been her priority.

  21. Toot says:

    Who actually know what “shape” (mental or physical) Demi is in now? After she got out of rehab we didn’t see her for a long while, then she went back to work.

    Just because tabs have said a lot of crap doesn’t mean it’s true.

  22. littlestar says:

    I truly hope Demi is finally becoming well again, and that she is not using this new relationship to hide her insecurities and try and win back Ashton Kutcher.

    That said, I don’t think the age difference between them is that big of a deal. Actually, I don’t think it’s a deal at all. He’s 37 – he’s not exactly “young” like Ashton was when they first started going out. Ashton was in his 20s and had a lot of growing up and maturing to do (which was blatantly obvious with all of his cheating). This Martin Henderson has lived his life and is probably at the point where he is mature and knows what he wants. Plus, he look similar in physical age to Demi as well.

    Let’s just hope this is an actually happy healthy relationship and not a sick game Demi is playing at!

    • Belle says:

      I would usually agree that I don’t think this age difference is that big of a deal.. especially since the guy is almost 40. Sadly, I think Demi has some major self-esteem issues that she needs to deal with. If she is seeking out younger men for the sole purpose of feeding her twisted compulsion of staying young… and proving that she is still young and hot enough to attract younger men, then it will never work. Even if she finds a decent guy, sadly, I think she will sabotage any relationship she is in.

    • RHONYC says:

      …and i’m hoping that it ‘is’ a game she playing with the dude.
      you know? the one called ‘hide the salami’ :lol:

  23. Melissa m says:

    She looks healthier. Good for her

  24. tooey says:

    Ugh, I can NOT with those pigtails!

  25. Maggs says:

    yeah her knees look weird to me too, like old knees or something? idk. what’s up with that guy’s collar in the top pick?? please don’t tell me that upturned collars are coming back. yuck!

  26. barb says:

    There’s something about him that bugs me…the way his shirt collar is all up like that for one thing. He looks image obsessed. But then again, so is she, so it stands to reason she would attract someone much like herself. Mirroring and all that.

  27. original kate says:

    i think demi needs to start dating a club sandwich; her gollum arms are scaring me.

  28. anniecc says:

    Stuart! What are you doing?

  29. Lushus L. says:

    I don’t know who that guy is and I’m too lazy to look it up BUT he’s a helluvalot better looking than that Ashton person. Go Demi!

  30. Stacia says:

    The age gap here is more appropriate than what she had with AK. So its not ok for her to date this guy because of the gap, but its fine for couples like Jolie/Pitt in which there is an 11 year gap because he as the man is older?

    The only problem I have here is that she does not need to date anyone until she gets her sh!t together with her kids and her impending divorce. Going quickly from one relationship to the next does not solves existing problems. Same goes for AK.

  31. FeverDream says:

    I can go to the best lounge in town and find 10 guys who are hotter and closer to her age.

    As long as she is messing around with the thirties, forties crew she is going to be unhappy.

  32. G says:

    I can’t with this woman….I couldn’t get past the second sentence…she bores me to death now. The braids, the acting/dressing like a teen to the saggy knees. Just…done!

  33. Charlotte says:

    There is Nothing wrong with an older woman dating a younger man. However, As I told my cousin after her divorce:
    A good rule of thumb is if you could have birthed a guy………He is Too young to have a relationship with. LoL

  34. kitty-bye says:

    OOH He was in Bride & Prejudice! No Life Without Wife… I LOVED that movie! *funny*