Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore catch up at Globes party

Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore were "100 per cent normal'' when they ran into each other at a pre-Golden Globe Awards party.

The former couple, who are getting divorced following allegations Kutcher was unfaithful, both attended the CAA Foundation party held at Soho House in Hollywood on Friday, which was in honour of today's ceremony.

Moore arrived first, with Kutcher immediately going over to her when he got there after spotting her talking to Madonna and Sean Penn.

"Within five minutes of them seeing each other, Ashton did come over,'' a source told New York Post. "It was a crowded room so he made his way over. Demi and Ashton, and Madonna and Sean, were talking and hanging out. Ashton and Demi didn't arrive together, or spend the whole night together, but it was 100 per cent normal.

"There wasn't an issue.''

After their discussion the pair went back to their own groups.

Kutcher got to the party at around 11pm and was also seen deep in conversation with Moore's daughter Rumer Willis, who has reportedly "begged'' her mother to get help following her dramatic break-up from Kutcher.

Moore has since been pictured looking increasingly frail. Sources have now claimed her daughters with ex-husband Bruce Willis, Rumer, 23, Scout, 20 and Tallulah, 17, are eager for her to get help in order to ease her turmoil.

"Rumer begged her to consider getting help, but Demi thinks that's just for drug abusers and alcoholics. Rumer even asked Bruce to intervene as he and Demi are close,'' a source told UK magazine Closer.

"She says she's dealing with the break-up as best she can, but it's obviously badly knocked her confidence.''

Moore has lost a startlingly amount of weight since her split from Kutcher. A source close to the star says she is struggling to maintain a healthy appetite.

"Demi's hardly eaten a meal in months and she's barely managing three hours' sleep a night,'' the insider revealed.

"It's giving her terrible headaches. She had eye problems as a child as it gets worse with stress."

- AFP

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