Celeb couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are famous for flirting with each other and sharing details from their personal life on the Twittersphere. Whether it be the most mundane statements like Kutcher’s recent Tweet, “Cleaning your ear with a Q-tip is the Best cleaning satisfaction Ever”…or something a little more serious.
The Kutcher-Moore Tweets became increasingly cryptic (yet still very personal) after recent allegations surfaced of Kutcher’s infidelity. Demi Moore famously Tweeted, “When we are offended at any man’s fault, turn to yourself & study your own failings then you will forget your anger. –Epictetus” And since Moore's recent announcment that she has decided to end the marriage Kutcher got serious and Tweeted, "I will forever cherish the time I spent with Demi. Marriage is one of the most difficult things in the world and unfortunately sometimes they fail. Love and Light. AK"
However personal Kutcher and Moore's online musings may seem, they are definitely not alone when it comes to sharing news like this with the world. Many celebs take to their Twitter or Facebook accounts to make private aspects of their lives more public.
Kat Von D’s recent public “thank you” letter on Facebook, in which she reveals Jesse James cheated on her with 19 women during the course of their short relationship, reads more like something she would share with her therapist rather than millions of people she doesn’t know.
The inked up reality star explains her reasons for coming out to the public regarding her relationship troubles saying, “I tried my best to go through all of this without venting, or complaining, or fueling more tabloid mumbo jumbo - but this isn't about any of that. This is about me making peace with myself, and forgiving myself for making some bad mistakes.”
So why not “forgive herself” in private or at least amongst close friends?
And Jessica Simpson is keeping everyone a little too informed about her current pregnancy sharing this recent TMI Tweet, “My belly is officially bigger than my boobs…well kinda…ha.”
So why do you think these celebs feel compelled to share many of the private details from their daily lives with the masses?
Is it all just an attention-getting ploy to stay in the spotlight or are they being genuine?
Need more attention anyone? I have never understood the need to lay your life bare on a public forum. We see and hear enough from these publicity seeking celebs on a daily basis. I don't know about anyone else but I don't care how many people Jesse James cheated with. He cheated on Sandra Bullock, his wife, and Kat Did not think he would do it to her too? He claimed to be a sex addict and it's surprising he cheats? Problems in a marriage should stay private.