I’m really getting sick of Demi Moore. She’s one of those actresses that I used to really admire and respect and Ghost and Indecent Proposal were movies that I once thoroughly enjoyed. But, today Demi is just a has-been who is famous for being a cougar that’s married to Ashton Kutcher. And I guess she has a movie coming out or something, so she’s doing whatever little she can to promote herself. And that means going back all the way to 1991 when she posed naked and pregnant on the cover of Vanity Fair.
In this latest Demi interview, brought to us from Digital Spy, she talks about how she was “so brave” for doing the photo shoot at all. And then she blathers on and on about how she had such a big hand in helping women view themselves differently and other such nonsense. From Digital Spy,
“Demi Moore has said that she was “so brave” to pose naked for the cover of Vanity Fair in 1991 while she was pregnant.
The iconic photograph taken by Annie Leibovitz has been much-imitated since, with Myleene Klass striking a similar pose for the front of Glamour as recently as 2007.
Talking about the shot, Moore told Elle: “I was brave. I was so brave! I had no sense of the impact it would have. I just wanted to push the boundaries.
“When I sad things like, ‘I want it all’, that wasn’t coming from a place of greed. It was coming from a desire for balance.”
She added: “I’m a risk taker. I’m not ashamed of that. It always came from a true place within me, though.
“Where it got misconstrued was in the sense that I felt I had to prove something and needed to have my value validated from the outside.
“At the same time, I feel proud if I have been able to make a difference in how women view themselves.”
Okay, humble much? Please. The next thing we’ll hear Demi talking about is how she was “so brave” for giving every cougar out there a chance at a young, hotter man. Maybe she really did help change the way that women view themselves. But there’s still no reason to go around tooting your own horn.
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