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“Older Women Shouldn’t Wear Bikinis,” Demi Moore, 61, Divides Opinions With Her Latest Video




Demi Moore continues to prove that there’s no age limit to looking absolutely stunning in a bikini.
The 61-year-old actress shared a video of herself and her three daughters in bikinis, causing a stir on the internet. While many fans showered her with compliments, others were quick to voice their disapproval.

Moore appeared remarkably youthful at 61 as she accompanied her daughters Rumer, aged 35, Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 30, along with Rumer’s 1-year-old daughter, Louetta, in a charming vacation video. This delightful footage was complemented by the iconic tune “Burning Love” by Elvis Presley.

Upon sharing the video on her Instagram account, she received an outpouring of praise from fans, garnering over 240k likes to date.

People gushed over her fresh and glowing appearance. One fan wrote, “I wanna look like Demi when I get older, wow.” While another remarked, “She looks fantastic for 61. If I didn’t know, I’d have guessed her age to be half that.”

Despite Demi looking stunning, the internet was divided, and some online critics voiced disapproval of her choice of attire, suggesting she was too old to wear a bikini. A person remarked, “Older women shouldn’t wear bikinis […],” while another expressed their opinion, saying, “She smells of desperation, no need to show your need for validation.”

The debate surrounding older women wearing bikinis is nothing new. And several months back, a stunning woman faced criticism for donning a G-string at her age, but her response was absolutely fabulous. Take a look at it here.

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Paris Jackson Covered Her Body in Makeup to Hide Her 80+ Tattoos for the Grammys, Here’s Why

Paris Jackson made a stunning impression at the 2024 Grammys with her red carPet look. However, it wasn’t what she wore that caught people’s attention — it was what she didn’t. The daughter of the late Michael Jackson sparked intrigue among fans and observers by being completely free of tattoos, despite being heavily inked, and was questioned about why she chose to hide it all.

Paris Jackson has been getting tattoos for years. She has lots of different designs, like chakra symbols, quotes from books, and symbols inspired by Led Zeppelin. She even has tattoos that match with many of her friends, like Cara Delevingne, and in 2020 she even tried her hand at tattooing by inking herself in the foot.

At the 2024 Grammys, she rocked a strapless black dress with revealing cutouts, making sure to show off her “magic trick” as all her body art seemingly vanished. But why did the model and singer chose to temporarily hide all her 80+ tattoos?

Well, the 25-year-old just wanted to try something completely different and unique, and this was the answer. In a humorous reel posted on Instagram with the question, “Why did Paris cover her tattoos?”, the answer was given by a voice-over clip of Kim Kardashian saying a now popular quote, “Because it’s iconic, and I love to do iconic things.”

But she has Cover Fx to thank for the element of mystery of her look. The cosmetics company took the opportunity to prove the quality of their products, and they partnered with Jackson to create the jaw-dropping transformation.

With Celebrity makeup artist Tyson Fountaine was at the helm of the makeover, she became almost unrecognizable. In a time-lapse video, it’s possible to see the look come to life and slowly see the tattoos disappear from her arms, hands and chest, making for an impressive before-and-after.

Celebrities always give us their best looks on red-carPet events. However, with how often they attend them, they’re bound to have to get creative in order to outdo themselves. And well, Margot Robbie surely outdid herself. Ever since she starred in Barbie, she’s been recreating iconic Barbie looks in real life, and it’s fascinating to see!

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