Demi Moore Plays Charades With Jimmy Fallon, Explains the Origins of Her Name


The actress visited 'The Tonight Show' on Monday.

Demi Moore is game for anything! The 54-year-old Rough Night actress visited The Tonight Show on Monday where she sucked on helium from a balloon for her sit-down with Jimmy Fallon followed by playing a fun game of charades.

For the silly segment, Moore partnered up with the host, competing against comedian Leslie Jones and actor Demetrius Shipp Jr.

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After Moore and Fallon quickly nailed the first two rounds, Jones declared, “Let me explain something. This is a rigged game!”

But the Saturday Night Live star quickly took home the prize, acting out The Hulk before Moore could guess Fallon’s interpretation.

In addition to playing games, Moore also opened up about her name, noting that she knows another famous Demi -- Demi Lovato.

“She’s from Texas and I’m from New Mexico, so our families say our names the same but we each individually pronounce it differently,” Moore said, noting she pronounces it “Deh-mee” while Lovato says “Dem-ee.”

So what are the origins of Moore’s name?

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“In my case, my mother just found it on a cosmetic carton,” she told Fallon. “It means ‘half,’ and she didn’t know that, but she just liked it.”

For more from Moore, watch the clip below!