Demi Moore Dances in Platform Heels -- With Snoop Dogg!

Celebrity News Sep. 1, 2010 AT 5:42PM
Demi Moore Dances in Platform Heels -- With Snoop Dogg! Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage.com; Kevin Mazur/WireImage.com

-- Who knew Demi Moore, 47, was such a fan of Snoop Dogg? The LOL actress -- clad in platform heels -- boogied down on stage as hubby Ashton Kutcher, 32, stood aside during the rapper's concert Friday in Las Vegas. [Huffington Post]

-- How does Kristen Bell avoid the pitfalls of young Hollywood? She stays at home and watches Jersey Shore with her fiance Dax Shepherd. "I don't know if I've been to a club in the last seven years...I'm not much for the club atmosphere, but I don't drink so that may have something to do with it! I love to cook and I have a garden at home and I'm much more like a 1950s housewife," Bell, 30, tells the new issue of Parade. "I'm always DVR'ing Jersey Shore, but I've never been ashamed to admit that... I think that it's one of the greatest disasters to ever come to television and I just love the lessons they learn each week and the trouble they get into." [Pop Eater]

-- Conan O'Brien has been a household name for years, which is why the 47-year-old comic wasn't afraid to drop his surname when the time came to name his new TBS show, Conan. "I'm just using 'Conan' and dropping the 'O'Brien' because I want to get away from the whole Irish thing," he joked in a press release Tuesday. [Star Pulse]

-- Wax on! "Rude Boy" singer Rihanna, 22, shared a picture of her Madame Tussauds wax figure on Twitter Tuesday. The lookalike features her previously blonde coif and the all-black Balmain outfit she wore during the designer's show at Paris Fashion Week last fall. [CNN]

-- Though True Blood hottie Ryan Kwanten, 33, isn't afraid to bare all on the hit vampire drama, in real life the actor says he likes to keep things a tad more private. "Occasionally I get paparazzi, like this week when I finished yoga, there were 10 waiting outside. But I'm not very newsworthy," he tells the launch issue of GQ Style. "I want to leave all the drama in my life on the set. I’m not going to call my publicist from a restaurant and say, 'I'll be leaving at 7:57. Make sure there's a photographer outside.' Giving my life up like that would be taking a little bit of my soul. I think some people think they're constantly on show. I don't want to live like that." [Just Jared]

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