This week in ET's top stories saw rumors of a divorce between Ashton and Demi, Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed finally tying the knot, Internet rumors of a wardrobe malfunction from Nancy Grace on Dancing with the Stars, and The Talk's Sara Gilbert opened up about the breakup with her longtime partner
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore
are huge fans of social media, especially their twitter accounts, which they use to make announcements about their careers and share messages with their fans. But this week, some of their tweets are fueling new tabloid reports of cheating and marital troubles.
The big headline on the latest issue of Star Magazine reads "Demi & Ashton's $290 Million Divorce" and alleges that Ashton had cheated on Demi. The magazine reports that an eyewitness saw Ashton "Kissing and groping a hot young blonde by an out-of-the-way bathroom at Italian restaurant Madeo in L.A."
Ashton addressed the rumors on Thursday by tweeting "When you ASSUME to know that which you know nothing of, you make an ASS out of U and ME."
Mark Steines sat down with rocker Gene Simmons of KISS
to talk about his decision to finally settle down with and marry his longtime girlfriend Shannon Tweed. "It is time for me to grow up. I'm 62. I've been doing a lot of wacky stuff for an awfully long time…and there's nobody I've ever said I love you to. I even find it difficult to say 'I love you' to my mother. But I love Shannon with all my heart and all my soul, and always will."
Backstage, Nancy denied the rumors to ET's Mark Steines. She went on to say that the judges' shocked reaction to her dance was in reference to her excessive "upper movement" during her "top heavy" performance.
In an episode of The Talk
which aired this week, co-host Sara Gilbert opened up about her breakup
with longtime partner Allison Adler. "I feel like I don't know if marriage is all it's cracked up to be," Sara admitted. "I've never been married, but I was in a long relationship ... It was such a special time in my life, but then you see people in their 70s and you wonder, how do they do it?"