Can You Believe Demi Moore Is 53? See the Star’s Latest Ageless Look

Demi Moore is officially ageless.

The star, 53, stepped out in a long-sleeved LBD at a jewelry event for the Venyx Elementa collection by Eugenie Niarchos in Los Angeles on Friday night. She paired her sheer black overlay mini dress with pink velvet and black patent leather booties, which gave the illusion of socks and black pumps.

Moore was joined by her middle child with Bruce Willis, 25-year-old Scout Willis. Scout wore a peach-colored high neck drape dress with flowers and other images on the print.

The mother-daughter duo had another girls night out on Wednesday, when they attended a screening of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Pantages Theater with Moore’s 22-year-old daughter Tallulah.

But the one Willis daughter missing again? Rumer. The 28-year-old musician is on the road for her Over the Love tour.

What do you think of Demi Moore’s LBD? Sound off below!

How Kim Kardashian Wished Mom Kris Jenner a Happy Birthday During Her Social Media Silence

Kris Jenner‘s daughters are sharing their love for her 61st birthday. Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian (the only KarJenner to join Kris for her birthday dinner on Friday) took to their apps with tributes to their mom, or as Khloé refers to her, the family’s HBIC.

Kendall, 21, said:

“Happy birthday to the most amazing mom a girl could ever ask for! Mom, you have always made us feel so loved, been super supportive and are just the BEST! I love you so much and can’t wait to celebrate!”

And her little sister Kylie, 19, wrote:

“Happy birthday to the best mother ever!!! You’re the one person I admire most and you inspire me in everything I do. I can only hope to be half the businesswoman you are! I love how close we are and the sweet little texts you send me.”

Khloé, 32, said:

“It’s the HBIC’s (Head Bitch In Command) bday!! Kris Jenner is hands down the ultimate momager and badass bitch, not to mention a wonderful mother. I love you Mom! Thank you for all that you do for me and our family!”

And the oldest of the KarJenner family, Kourtney, 37, wrote:

“Love you. Happy birthday mommy!!! I will treasure you always for the incredible things you do for us, the invaluable lessons you have taught us, and for the unconditional way you love us. Have the best day.”

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And while Kim Kardashian West has remained silent and out of the limelight since being robbed at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week last month, her Kimoji team shared a sweet message — and some gifts for purchase!

“In honor of Kris Jenner’s birthday, the KIMOJI team turned her into a KIMOJI! Happy birthday to the ‘Queen of F—ing Everything’!” the team wrote on Kardashian West’s site, showing a Kimoji-ed Kris taking a selfie with the phrase “Queen of F—ing Everything” on the Kimoji phone case.

The team took the phone case idea one step further, and announced the one-day-only release of two Kris Jenner Kimoji cases.

“Kris Jenner is SUCH a boss that we created TWO phone cases to celebrate her birthday!!! They’re only available TODAY so get them now!” the post said.

 

JFK’s Grandson Jack Schlossberg Endorses Hillary Clinton: ‘She Is Our Candidate’

Jack Schlossberg, grandson of former President John F. Kennedy, is with her.

Schlossberg, 23, who graduated from Yale in 2015, wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post on Friday and shared his thoughts about the upcoming election.

“Voters in 1960 elected the first Catholic president. In 2012, I voted to reelect the first African American president,” he wrote, referring to his grandfather and President Barack Obama, respectively. “Each was a vote for a man of principle and character, for a man who had proved himself capable and courageous and who would lead our country with a combination of dignity, compassion and toughness along a path of progress.”

He then connected the potential of the country electing the first woman president to the aforementioned president, endorsing the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton.

“This year, it will be with hope and pride that I cast my vote for a woman who fits that description,” wrote Schlossberg, who has hosted his family’s Profiles in Courage Award ceremony for the past three years.

Clinton, Schlossberg argued, is the only choice for young voters in particular.

“Every young person, in age or at heart, should realize that Hillary Clinton is our candidate and that we have a responsibility to each other to turn out and vote,” he wrote. “Too much is wrong with our country, our world and our planet for any of us to stay home.”

His op-ed left readers with a final message about turning out to vote on Tuesday.

“The choice is ours, it’s an important one and it couldn’t be clearer.”

This was certainly not the first time the Kennedy heir has spoken out about politics. Taking after his relatives, Schlossberg has provided op-eds and political commentary over the years. In May, he addressed the crowd while he hosted the 2016 Profile in Courage Awards, and talked about his idea of the United States’ international role.

“America, as President Kennedy once described it ‘has always been a lantern in the dark for those who love freedom but are persecuted, in misery, or in need,’ ” he said.