Demi Moore talks approaching 60 and feeling 'more alive' than ever
Turning 60 this November, Demi Moore challenges the idea that "women become less desirable" as they ageDemi is no stranger to honesty. Just last year, she spoke out about the "blessing" of quarantining with ex-husband Bruce Willis and, now, the actor has gone on the record about a subject that plenty of celebrities usually stay quiet about.
The executive producer of Emmerdale hopes the long-running soap’s 50th anniversary month will be “a treat for loyal viewers” as the show approaches the milestone in October.
Jane Hudson said it had been an “honour” to take on the role and that those involved in the show were “proud to be a jewel in Yorkshire’s crown”.
It comes as Emmerdale cast and producers kicked off the birthday celebrations with a huge cake in the shape of the show’s famous Woolpack pub.
“We are very proud to be a jewel in Yorkshire’s crown and want to make sure we celebrate our wonderful village and everyone who lives there.”
Of the planned celebrations, she added: “Across the month you will see stories which have you in tears, make you laugh out loud and of course, amaze you with some of the most epic stunts you will have ever seen.
“The Emmerdale team is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to creating drama as its very best, and never before has this been more true.”
Demi Lovato keeps it casual while landing in Brazil ahead of tour .
The 30-year-old pop star - who uses both she and they pronouns - spoke with Entertainment Tonight and noted that 'having a family is really important to me.'The 30-year-old pop star - who uses both she and they pronouns - spoke with Entertainment Tonight and noted that 'having a family is really important to me.